All Fur One & One Fur All!


Hi! My Name Is Doggo

We're happy to tell you that Doggohas a new furever home.
Please visit our Available Dogs Page to see the pups currently available.

This sweet pup is part of the Grate”Fall” Transport that arrived on October 28, 2022.

"Hello! My name is Doggo! I'm new to New Jersey and so far I am having a blast! I love to play with my foster brothers and snuggle with my foster mom, like a lot! She says I just want to be in her lap always.  I sleep through the night, like to play outside and I heard my foster family say I'm pretty much housebroken.  I love love love to play and run around, so I'm hoping you'll bring me home and we can play all the time! I'm super excited to meet you!"


p.s. did you know when you adopt through AFO you get FREE/discounted dog training through their partnership with GoodPup? Well when you adopt me you can continue my training and reinforce what I already know with expert help! How cool is that?!


Apply to adopt to see me in action!

*Remember - AFO DOES NOT HAVE ANY INFORMATION or guesses as to breed from dogs pulled out of high euthanasia risk shelters!
Why? Our pets are rescued from shelters in underserved communities. All of our dogs and cats deserve to feel loved and know they are wanted. Each pet in our care has their own story which defines their individual personality, behavior and needs. We provide proper veterinary care and offer a consistent routine to allow for any necessary behavior modification to happen in a healthy and positive way.
Demands for visual breed typing and/or size requirements are contributing to larger scale issues which are impacting the ability for pets and their families to stay together during life changes. Every single pet in our care are beautiful and discrimination towards color, sex, coat-type, size and/or species is an outdated archetype All Fur One is determined to have all our adopters rise above. With that, AFO has stopped participating in visual breed typing practices that are detrimental to our cause and therefore all veterinary records and pet profiles for dogs will reflect "Mix" as the breed.