IHCUS Rescue

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Breed ID Flyer (Word) | Breed ID Flyer (Word) | Breed Brochure (PDF)

Do you have a dog that you think could be an Ibizan Hound? Check out our breed ID flyer for some tips. Feel free to download our breed brochure and learn more about Ibizan Hounds.

Rescue Candidates

If you have knowledge of an Ibizan that is in trouble, please contact our Rescue Chair. IHCUS Rescue works with any organization looking to surrender an unwanted or abandoned Ibizan Hound including shelters, other rescue groups and private owners who are unable to keep their dogs.

If you are not looking to surrender a dog but need help with breed identification you may contact the rescue chair. If you are looking for a courtesy listing, please refer to the required information on the Available dogs page and then contact the rescue chair.

Rescue Listings

Please visit our Available Dogs page to view bios and photos of the dogs available for adoption. If you are interested in adopting a rescue dog, please download and complete an adoption application.

Rescue Support

The IHCUS Rescue program provides resources and funds for the rescue, fostering, veterinary care, and placement of Ibizan Hounds. The program operates solely from donations. Please visit our Sponsorship page for more information about supporting our rescue program.

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A message from the IHCUS Rescue Chair

Dear Dog Lover,

Thank you for visiting our home on the web. I wanted to leave a personal note on here to say that our group is about more than accepting and re-homing unwanted dogs. We are here as a resource for shelters and rescue groups who are wondering if a dog they have in their care might be an Ibizan. We will take the dog into our own program or help you find a home for it if you wish to keep it in your rescue program.

More important, we’re here for those owners who might be at their wits end. Those of you who came to this page out of desperation and are thinking, “I love this dog but I just can’t do this anymore.” This breed isn’t always easy. Some puppies and dogs are more difficult than others. But with a little knowledge and training, your problem is probably fixable. Please contact me and I’ll do my best to use my experience with this breed and with raising and training dogs to help you work through your dog’s problem and help you find an expert in your area if that is what’s needed.

Thank you and please consider making a donation to our important cause so we can continue to help Ibizan Hounds in need.

Michelle Barlak
IHCUS Rescue Chair