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PLEASE NOTE: Not all available Salukis are listed on our website. Salukis are often placed for adoption prior to being listed on the website to adopters on our waiting list who have filled out applications and gone through the adoption process. If you are interested in adopting a Saluki through STOLA, please fill out an application to begin the adoption process. Thank you.

While we always take into consideration an adopter's preferences, placements are made with the welfare of the dog as the primary consideration so that each Saluki is placed in the most appropriate home for his particular needs. This may include a preference for considering homes that are geographically closer to the dog, to avoid undue travel stress. Each dog's individual needs, and matching it to the best possible home to meet those needs, will always be STOLA's priority.

Don't forget to check the Saluki Crosses page, where there may be additional dogs in "cooperative placement" status.

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Name: Kismet

Case #: 428-M

Kismet is a young male, +/- 18 months old, feathered sable red Saluki that came to STOLA by following an animal control truck that had picked up a few of his Greyhound buddies all the way into the Animal Control compound… quite ready to be rescued, we think!

Kismet is not good with other dogs or small animals and must go to a home without other pets. He adores people, is very attentive, and just wants his own person. If you can foster or adopt Kismet, please contact Janet: taossalukis@gmail.com

Kismet is ready to go to a new home. He is being fostered in North TX, currently.

We are looking for an active home, with a large securely fenced yard for Kismet.

Adoption Pending


For more information about this beautiful boy, please contact Janet:  taossalukis@gmail.com
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Case#: 509-M​

Simmon is a super sweet saluki that bonds quickly with people and loves meeting other dogs. He loves cuddling up on the couch, or being active outdoors: walking, hiking, jogging - Simmon is game for anything! In the house, he keeps a close eye on what you are doing, and always wants to be in the same room with you. Simmon’s motto is, “If I fits, I sits!” and if the only bed available is a cat bed, well, that’s where he’ll be.

Since being rescued earlier this year, Simmon has adjusted very well to being a house dog, and has excellent house manners in his foster home. Simmon has exhibited some separation anxiety in his foster home, but with exercise and a consistent schedule, he has improved dramatically. His foster mom will work with his adopters to ensure a smooth transition for Simmon to his new home.

Simmon would love to have a home with a human(s) that will spend loads of time snuggling with him, telling him how beautiful he is, feeding him snacks, and going for walks. Simmon will need to be in a home with at least one other dog. At first glance, he may look elegant and dignified, but he also has a strong silly side, so a sense of humor is a must!

Visit STOLA.org to fill out an adoption application for Simmon!

Contact Danielle Madrid Danielle@alumni.nd.edu or Janet Noll taossalukis@gmail.com for more information

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Napoleon & Foxy

...are STOLA rescues from about 7 years ago. They were adopted by a lovely couple in Dallas and sadly, both have passed away. These two dogs have been loved and cared for many years and we hope to keep them together, if possible.

They are both neutered and microchipped. They are undergoing vet care as their caregiver had been ill for sometime and we want to make sure both healthy and free of disease. If you can offer these sweet Seniors a home, please contact Janet: taossalukis@gmail.com

Napoleon 511-M

male neutered

Napoleon is the sweetest Saluki one could ever meet. He is everyone's best friend. The kind of dog that is right beside you. He is about 8 years old. STOLA rescued him as a puppy. It is easy for him to gain weight so keep an eye on him. He loves walks, runs and bicycle runs. His salt and pepper face with brown eyes will really melt your heart. All he wants is someone to love him and he only wants to do what you want to do.

Foxy 510-M

female, spayed

Foxy is a Saluki x Ibizan cross and loves running next to a bike as well as short walks to stretch her legs. She is a natural hunter and stalks squirrel and other critters for fun. Foxy also was adopted as a puppy and recently turned 9 years old. She is extremely shy and takes some time to get to know you. Prone to bolting if doors are left open and she can easily escape most harnesses/collars so she should always have a martingale collar. She likes a cushy rug or plush bed to lay on. Foxy loves being completely covered in blankies. A mysterious sweetheart with a pack mentality and is quite a dominant female.

Contact Janet Noll taossalukis@gmail.com for more information



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Shane 512-M


Shane is an 8 yr old male neutered Smooth Saluki who was surrendered to county animal control in the Phoenix area in February. Not much is known about his background but he was an owner surrender due to finances. He is a bit jumpy with loud noises and unsure movements but recovers well. He seems to be house-trained and will use a doggie door, although his foster takes him out on the leash a few times a day as he is overwhelmed by loud noises in neighbor yard. His foster home reports that he is as sweet as can be and is settling in and becoming more and more comfortable every day.

He seems to get along with all sizes of dogs; however, small children might just be too overwhelming for him -- at least until he comes out of his shell.

He settles well in the car, too.

Shane will thrive in a home that will give him patience, love and attention. You can touch his feet (nails are slowly getting attention as well!!) and is starting to come up to his foster mom for attention ... especially if you have the leash in hand.

He is a very sweet boy who will settle in as a wonderful companion ... and he is simply beautiful, as well!


Contact Janet Noll taossalukis@gmail.com for more information

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