Many of our rescue animals are wonderful pets that are in need of a forever home. These animals are some of the most lovable and loyal furry friends you'll ever meet. Check below to learn more about our adoptable companions. 

To apply for one of our adoptees, CLICK HERE to fill out the application online.

All visitors 18+ must complete a visitor check in. Please complete the form by clicking HERE

Applications must be completed and approved prior to adoption. Identification and adoption photo required. You must be at least 21 to adopt.

M&B Farm & Hatchery Inc reserves the right to refuse any adoption. When an adoption does not work out, it is an unpleasant experience for the pet and the adoptive family and can make placing the returned animal more difficult in the future. For this reason, we reserve the right to refuse any adoption that we feel is not in the best interest of the animal and/or the adoptive family. A refusal is not a judgement of the applicant, but instead represents our assessment that a particular pet might not do well in the environment offered based on experience arranging successful adoptions. It is our goal to make the best possible placement for every animal and adopter.

Why adopt from us?

We are different from most rescues. We are NOT a adopt for profit. What this means is, we don't take any animal in with the intent of just adopting them right back out ASAP. We work with each animal to find out what the animal likes or doesn't like. Does the dog get along with other dogs and cats? Does the cat get along with other cats and dogs? We study the animal's temperament, and if the animal shows any signs of aggression.

We also specialize in special farm working dogs like Anatolian Shepherd, Black Mouth Cur, and Great Pyrenees just to name a few. We work countless hours to find out which dog is trainable with ducks, and chickens, and who works with goats, cows & pigs. We strive to find the hidden talents of these beautiful dogs.

What also sets us apart is how we care for all the animals. Shelters are not required to give animals the "diseases” shots like parvo and many others. We make sure that all the dogs & cats have a full checkup, if they have worms, we treat them, and we start them on flea and tick meds and prevention. We start them on heartworm treatment or prevention. They are given their yearly shots or in the case of our puppies each one has had five rounds of puppy shots so far; they get their final shot in 3 weeks. Kittens get several rounds of shots as well.

Every pet that we rescue and adopt will have a microchip, animals get lost for many different reasons, however, having a microchip greatly increases the chances of your loved one coming home. 

What's important to us is that any animal you adopt from us is as healthy as can be! However, some conditions are not known more so with stray dogs/cats but we try our hardest to make sure your next family member is on the right track for a long healthy life. We include a full health record that includes when the animal received all the treatments including the serial numbers for shots. This makes everything easy when your new family member meets your vet you have a full record of health.

In many cases, this is why our adoption fee may be higher than other shelters. The care, health & well-being of the animals ALWAYS comes first with us.


Puppies!! (Available) 

6 puppies: 1 black (F) 4 brown (3F-1M) 1 white with brown spots (F) puppies are 15 weeks old they are current on all shots. Flea & tick treatment. The breed is unknown however we believe they are small breed dogs as they are still the same size as our Hotdog (dachshund) and they are the same age. Will be microchipped before adoption.

We are very sweet and playful we have started our potty training, we LOVE to play outside. We are great around other dogs and cats!!

RYDER  Available

Hey everyone!! My name is Ryder, and I'm looking for my furever family.

Please help find Ryder a home for Christmas!!! 

He's the absolute sweetest dog of all of our adoptable AND personal dogs. He's just so happy all the time and never meets a stranger. I have heard him bark a few times, but only when a stranger first enters the farm. 

He's around 1 year old, so he has a lot of energy out of the kennel. However, after a walk, he's very respectful with his loves and cuddles. 

Ryder is dog, cat and even bird friendly, walks well on a leash, is microchipped, up to date on shots and seems to be house and crate trained. He just needs a family to welcome him in and love him forever.


Hey everyone!! My name is Buddy, and I'm looking for my furever family.

My ideal family would have children older than 6 and a very active lifestyle. I'm very good with kids, but I'm a BIG boy. I'm about 1.5 years old, microchipped, and up to date on my shots.

I have a happy personality, and I'm always up for a run, playtime or a hike outside. I haven't met a cat before, but chickens are a LOT of fun to chase so if my furever home has chickens they should be inside a coop and not free range.

Cows and goats don't scare me, but I haven't been off leash with them yet because I have some time until I'm mature.

I am an Anatolian Shepherd and have a BEAUTIFUL coat that is easy to maintain.

We need your consent to load the translations

We use a third-party service to translate the website content that may collect data about your activity. Please review the details and accept the service to view the translations.