The doctors at Wheeling Animal Hospital donate their time and skills as well as the supplies and vaccines used to ready these pets for adoption. All donations to WAGS (Wheeling Animal Group Saves) are gratefully accepted and will help to find loving homes for more abandoned pets.

Please call Wheeling Animal Hospital and Pet Resort at (847) 520-7387.
Or stop by and visit if you would like to know more about any of these pets!
Unless otherwise noted, all adoptable animals have been spayed or neutered
and are up to date on vaccines

Adoption Fees:   Cats:  Adopt One: $125.00  
                                     Adopt Two: $225.00 - Must go to the same home. 
                          Dogs:  $125.00

If you would like to donate to help a pet in need please feel free to click the Donate Today button below to go to our secure paypal donation portal. Every donation helps us to feed, house and
provide medical care for a pet in need.



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This is Liam!  He was brought into the Wheeling Animal Hospital as a stray.  Almost 2 years old, this rough and tumble boy is looking for his forever home.  Liam needs a family that is willing to work with him on basic training and give him plenty of exercise.  He would need to be the only pet in the household because he doesn't like to share his toys or humans.  Come see this handsome boy today!


Everyone please meet Queen, a Mixed Breed, one and a half year old girl, who was picked up by the Wheeling Police Department.  Queen knows commands, is potty trained (never has any accidents), and would do well with children.  Yet Queen doesn't get along with other dogs or cats, she would need to be the only animal in the household.  She lives up to her name...Make Way For The Queen!


Hey Everyone, I'd like you to meet Rusty.  A Pit Bull Mix, this goofy guy is approximately 2 years old.  He's a pretty playful boy who needs a family that is willing to work with him on basic training and give him plenty of exercise!  Rusty hasn't been tested with other dogs yet.  If you find it in your heart, I'm sure he'd fill your heart.  Come on in and see for yourself!


Introductions are in order for our Brutus, a romping stomping brown Pit Bull mix.  He was brought in by the Wheeling Police Department as a stray.  He is  approximately 1 to 2 years old.  Brutus would love a big back yard to roam around in!  He will need a family that is willing to work with him on basic training and give him plenty of exercise.  Not only is it good for Brutus, but it is a great way to bond as a new family!  Come see this fetching young boy today!


Littermates who come in and get fixed together, stay together...right?  We would LOVE if these two adorable kittens could be adopted together.  They started out as  four, and now we are down to two!  The four cuties came to us terrified, only trusting one another, but now thanks to our amazing staff, they are cuddley, curious and ready to share their cuteness with a furr-ever family!




These two came in to our W.A.G.S. Organization around Thanksgiving - hence their names are Dumpling & Stuffin!  Approximately 7 months old, they are extremely shy and haven't had much interaction with humans.  Our Cat Lady, Tina has been working on socializing skills with them.  It is a slow process, but one we are sure they can break.  They've never been separated and we want both of them to be adopted together - we will not separate.  They get along great with other cats.  Please come see these cuties today!


Every day is a bright and shiny day with our boy Sunny!  This domestic short haired kitty is approximately 2 years of age.  He just loves brushing up against you and will give you plenty of kisses and head bumps!  Come see this charmer today!


Nah, Nah - Tag, You're It!  Everyone, please meet Travis!  He's a rough n' tumble 6 year old boy, who loves to play, run and chase!  Not only is he very curious but he's also very sweet and loving!  He's always happy to get a good head scratching and would make a wonderful companion.  Come meet this silly boy today!


Let's give a warm welcome to Figaro, a domestic short haired tuxedo cat, approximately 2 to 3 years old. This obviously was someone's cat that must of gotten out of their house. A construction worker noticed him sitting on a sewer hole cover one morning, and in the afternoon, Figaro was still sitting there. By night time he was at our facility having a nice meal and sleeping in a comfy bed! Still shy about his surroundings, I'm sure he'll come out of his shell soon! We have noticed that he is not a fan of other cats, so he would need to be the only animal in the household. Come see this handsome fellow today!