Bringing Pets and People Together in Our Community
When you visit our shelter seeking a pet to adopt we first ask that you complete an Adoption Profile. Once you choose an animal, an adoption counselor will meet with you and the pet you have selected in one of our Get Acquainted Areas for some social time and interaction. These areas provide a quiet and private space to get to know each other better. During the visit, the adoption counselor may discuss any
past experiences you or a family member has had with animals, current
animals you have in your home, your lifestyle with regard to work schedules and the kinds of activities you enjoy and your housing situation (rent, own, the size of your yard, etc.)
10% discount for Senior Citizens
Worming against hookworms and roundworms for all dogs and cats.
Free Veterinary Exam from participating vets (must be presented to the vet within seven days)
We strive to place only healthy animals who have good dispositions.
We require spaying/neutering of all pets in accordance with city and county law.
We require the proper facilities to maintain and contain the pet before placement.
We require that all pets receive proper veterinary care (annual exam, vaccinations and rabies).
We require that all pets be vaccinated and licensed.
We require strict adherence to all laws and ordinances.
We do not permit the adoption of an animal for someone else.
We do not permit the adoption of an animal by a minor.
We do not place dogs to be used solely as guard, fighting or hunting dogs.
We do not release any animal for research or experimental purposes.
We require proper identification be kept on all pets in the form of collars, tags, and/or microchips.
We adhere to the following Exchange Policy: