Why Adopting a Dog
Adopting a dog from our rescue not only means gaining a loyal and loving companion, but also saving a life. By providing a home to a dog in need, you are making a difference in their life and giving them a second chance at happiness. Plus, the cost to adopt is often much less than buying a puppy from a breeder. Our adoption fee covers essential services such as vaccinations, heartworm testing, microchipping, and spay/neuter surgery. If a puppy isn't your speed, consider adopting an older dog or young adult who may already be house and leash trained. With gratitude and love, your adopted dog will become a treasured member of your family.
What Is Included In Adoption Fee for Dogs?
Before leaving our animal rescue, all of our dogs and puppies receive comprehensive vet care, including vaccinations, heartworm testing, microchipping, and spay or neuter surgery. Our adoption fee covers all of these essential services, as well as providing you with a complete adoption packet that includes vet records, microchip and rabies tags, and the first month of heartworm prevention and flea/tick protection. By adopting a dog from us, you can feel confident that your new pet is healthy and well-cared for, and that you are supporting our mission to rescue and care for dogs in need.
If you're ready to give a loving home to a dog in need, we encourage you to apply for adoption today.
How Else I Can Help
We are always looking for new fosters, volunteers, donors, and sponsors.
Frequently asked questions
Our adoption process typically involves filling out an application, meeting with one of our adoption counselors, and completing a home visit. We take the time to carefully match each of our dogs with their perfect forever home.
While we cannot guarantee that our dogs are house trained, many of them have been in foster homes and have received basic training. We can provide you with information on each dog’s individual temperament and training history.
Yes, you can! We do not have any specific housing requirements for our dogs, but we do ask that you consider your living space and ensure that you have enough room for a dog to be comfortable.
We will work with you to determine whether a particular dog is a good match for your existing pets. We may ask you to bring your pets to a meet-and-greet with the dog before adoption.