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Adopting Vafa Dogs in Iran

We wish that all four legged guests in Vafa Animal Shelter find a nice family and live in a place full of welfare and kindness. So we are committed to find and select the best home and family and this has made the adoption process more important and accurate for us. Recently Vafa Animal Shelter has developed a new edition of adopting rules which have to be performed as an essential in adopting process.

By following the new adoption rules and before anything else, we try to find out that why the applicants are going to adopt dogs and explain the preconditions and how to prepare the home for arriving dogs and their first meeting.

Adopting two dogs by each applicant is one of the most important policies of Vafa Animal Shelter in adopting process, if there is no other dog in their home. This will, not only let the dogs play together and have fun when they are alone, but also makes them brave and able to socialize.

Having a suitable kennel and ground cover is necessary for each dog and at least a ten square meter area should be provided by wood or metal fencing around the kennel to avoid of caging or chaining the dogs. They should be able to walk freely in their own area and benefit of both the sunshine and have shade.

Volunteer experts inspect the place before adopting, in order to find environmental problems (anything harmful for dogs such as electrical cables, toxic or hazardous or flammable substances, sharp objects, etc.). And finally unexpected and random inspections after adopting assures us that accepted conditions of keeping our dogs will not change and they live there healthy and happy.

The story of Jaitley & Jolie is an example out of many happy ending adoptions by following the new adoption rules which are recorded in Vafa َAnimal Shelter's workbook.

Hoping for the day when all unaccompanied dogs find their kind families.

Vafa Adoption Group in Iran.



Rojan's departure from the shelter to her forever home was laced with kisses from her caretakers. Kisses, warm embraces and the safe haven that Niavarani family has gifted Rojan has made her one of the luckiest Vafa dogs.


The starved and sickly stray who was found wandering the streets with her sister, Moojan, was given the best chance in life after coming to Vafa Shelter.


Last Winter, Rojan went to her beautiful new home in the heart of Marzan-Abad Forest near Chaloose to spend the best days of her life. Every day, Rojan and her brother, Sammie, go for long walks in the forest around their house with Shima and Niloofar and the family.


Joyfully, they splash around in the stream, and roll around in the dried leaves on the ground. They chase each other in the woods.


And return home pleasantly exhausted and with happy memories.


Rojan keeps herself quite busy around the house as well. She doesn't neglect any of the plants in the yard, and has pulled every one of them out by the root. She also likes to dig tunnels under the trees to make sure their roots breathe.


. Mrs. Niavarani, with unimaginable patience, says: "Reagan is reliving her puppy-hood and in a future not to far away, she will learn to be nice to the plants.". She continues: "Rojan is a beautiful, polite, smart and obedient girl, and the best sister that Sammie could have.".


It is possible for a dog to get lucky in Iran as well. Surely, there are more families like the Niavaranis who can open their kind hearts and share their homes with more pet. Vafa dogs keep their eyes pinned to the road for their arrival.


Dear Niavarani family, Vafa team and residents are grateful for your kindness.