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You may fill out an online application for any of our pets through our website. The Adoption Application is accessible via the buttons on the left of the page under Forms. You will have to register first to fill out the form. The Web Host will send you a password, we do not have anything to do with this part of the registration for security purposes. If you do not recieve a password within one hour please check your spam folders first, many times this is the issue.
Each pet's page has the foster parent's email address on it. Once you are logged in, you will be able to access this and contact them directly to ask particular questions about that pet. Depending on the foster parents schedule, you may be able to arrange a visit after they have had time to review your application.
Once we have had a chance to review the application we will be in contact with you. We do our best to match families up with their new best friend. All of our pets are in foster care and the foster parent knows what makes them tick and knows their personalities best. While your home may be a great home for a pet, it might not be the right home for the pet which you are applying. We may suggest a different pet, or if you are willing, we can keep your name on file and notify you when one arrives that has the qualities and personality traits that you are looking for. Do not be discouraged if the pet that you apply for is adopted by another family. There is no shortage of homeless pets and the perfect one will come along sooner or later. Many of the popular pets receive several applications and we do our best to insure that they are placed into a home in which they will be able to live out their days.
We thank you again for you interest in saving one of the less fortunate. Good luck and you are now on your way to finding your new best friend. Adoption fees are posted on each pets page.
WE DO NOT BELIEVE IN PEDIATRIC SPAY/NEUTERS. Our Veterinarians will NOT perform these surgeries under the age of SIX months because it harms the development of the puppy. We are more than happy to provide letters from our vets detailing why this should not be performed. If you want to adopt a puppy under the age of six months and you want it to be spayed/neutered, you should adopt elsewhere as we will not do it.