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How to adopt a pet
Deciding to adopt a pet is an exciting time for many families. We would like to make this process as simple as possible. Here are a few things to keep in mind before you come in to find your new family member.
- You may have one unaltered pet, all other pets must be spayed or neutered
- You must be 18 years or older to adopt
- We ask that you discuss adopting with all adults in the home
We ask that you bring the following with you when you come to adopt.
- Family members under the age of five
- If you are seeking to adopt a dog and have a dog at home, bring your dog in for an interaction
When you arrive you are able to walk through the adoption center and view our available pets. After you find an animal you would like to meet, you will fill out an adoption profile, you are welcome to fill it out ahead of time and bring it with you. All profiles must be submitted 30 minutes prior to closing. Next, an adoption counselor will assist you in meeting the animal. Should you decide this is the right pet for you, we will send the pet home the same day.
ADOPTION FEES: The adoption of your pet includes the following ($300 value)
- First distemper combination vaccine
- Heartworm test (dogs onlyFirst month of flea preventative during flea season
- MicrochipStarter bag of food (science diet)
- Donated Exam from participating Veterianarians
Please note the adoption fee does not include the pet registration for those residing within city limits. Click here to learn more about City Pet Registrations.
5 Months of age or younger $100.00
6 Months of age to 4 years of age $85.00
5 years of age & older $25.00 (old friends program grant made possible by the FWACC Commission)
GUINEA PIGS, HAMSTERS, RATS, & GERBILS 5.00
RABBITS AND SMALL BIRDS: $10.00