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Adopt-A-Dog program

Our Mascot, Skates, and the Wolves have teamed up to help find loving families for dogs. Over 1,500 dogs have been given new forever homes through Skates’ Sidekicks, presented by Premier Veterinary Group, Chicagoland’s 24-hour emergency and specialty hospitals. 

During the season, dog adoptions can be found in the South Lobby at Wolves Adopt-A-Dog games.  Be a hero and save a sidekick!

It’s easy to adopt a dog! Everything is handled with care during the adoption process.

During these times where we are unable to hold Adopt-A-Dog games, you can still be a hero and save a sidekick! Adopt these loving pups today!

Looking to volunteer at Wolves games for Adopt a Dog night?
Fill out the volunteer form!


The next Chicago Free Pet Health fair is Saturday, Aug. 14, and we need your help!

Use our Amazon Smile Chicago Wolves Charities Wish List to donate supplies to support local animal shelters as well as their Free Pet Health Fairs throughout the summer!

Check out the Amazon Smile Chicago Wolves Charities Wish List to purchase and donate needed items!

Click on the flyer for more details!


The South Suburban Humane Society needs your help to find Unicorn Foster Homes! What’s a Unicorn Foster? A foster home with no other pets or small children.

Interested? Contact foster@southsuburbanhumane.org for more information!


Adopt these dogs from Cicero Waggin’ Tails Animal Shelter today!

11 month old, 55lbs, femaleThe owner signed her over because they didn’t have time to train her, but she has learned a lot already from the Waggin’ Tails staff by simply being rewarded with treats. She has a lot of puppy energy, though, and would do best in a home that has a fenced in yard for her to run around in. Kids and other pets would be great for her as well. She does like to play a lot, so the other dogs would need to tolerate her puppy behavior.
4 Years Old, 80lbs, maleHe’s very playful and acts like a puppy even though he’s older. He’s welcome to meeting new dog friends, but doesn’t like cats. Because of his puppy attitude, he would do best with older kids that he couldn’t accidentally knock over. He’s a lovable dog that just wants to be as close as possible to people. Literally, he will sit on your feet or in your lap for attention.
1 1/2 Years Old, 50lbs, male
He absolutely loves to play with toys and kids, but doesn’t care much for other dogs or cats so he needs to be the only pet in the home. He’s a very affectionate dog and will make a great family pet.

Interested? Contact Samantha at (708) 298-2374 (call or text) or email CiceroShelter@gmail.com

Please include the dog’s name as the subject line or in the text to get an application and arrange an adoption appointment.


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A young Wolves fan makes a new friend. Photo: Dale Woltman/Chicago Wolves