Animal Adoption

The shelter is adopting animals via appointment only. Please view the animals available for adoption and fill out an application Please review the terms and conditions in the application link for the adoption policy and fees. Applications will be reviewed and if we feel you may be the best match for the animal we will call you for a meet and greet. Meet & Greets are scheduled 7 days per week.

 

In the case of multiple applications, and you were not called for a meet and greet, we will hold onto your application for 60 days. Please notify us if you are interested in a different animal.

 

 

Adoption Fees

 

Dogs $40.00

 

This entitles the adopter to two free vaccines, fecal testing, heartworm/lyme disease testing, a microchip, martingale collar and leash for dog. In addition, prior to adoption, the new owner must provide a receipt for a dog obedience class lasting a minimum of 6 weeks.

 

Cats $25.00

 

This entitles the adopter to two free vaccines, fecal testing, feline leukemia/aids disease, a microchip and safety collar. Additional donations are appreciated to help us continue to provide medical care and enrichment to the cats at the facility.

 

Puppies (under 1 year) $85.00*/**

Kittens (under 1 year) $70.00*

 

*This entitles the adopter to two free vaccines, a microchip, martingale collar and leash for dog, collar for a cat and a discount off the spay/neuter. All kittens/puppies will be dropped off at the veterinarian prior to going home with the new owner. They will receive an exam, initial vaccines, disease testing and spay/neuter if the veterinarian feels the animal is age/size appropriate. The veterinarian will call you when the kitten/puppy is ready to be picked up. This could take up to seven days or more. The new owner will be responsible for the balance of the veterinarian invoice. Typically, the balance has been $100.00-200.00.

 

** In addition, prior to adoption the new owner must provide a receipt for a new puppy training class lasting a minimum of 6 weeks.

 

Other Animals

 

Ask an Animal Control Officer