Adoptions

Adoptions

We are here to help you along your exciting journey of adding a new furry friend to your life.

Adoption Fees

Comparing Apples to Apples

When considering the "price" of an adopted animal, it is critical to compare apples to apples, or in other words, the services the animal received prior to adoption.  Some shelters or even the "free to good home" ads have animals that may have a seemingly cheaper price, but in reality, the fees may not provide things such as a microchip, deworming, testing for Leukemia/FIV, dental cleanings (when needed), or even grooming.  Also cosidering the services that the shelter provides to the homeless animals in its community. The adoption fee you pay helps support the agency's mission overall.

All of our animals have received the basics; spay or neuter surgery, vaccinations and are microchipped.  We also invests thousands of dollars a year in to providing all the necessary vet care the animals need before being put up for adoption.  Our "cost per animal" is much higher than our adoption fees.  The price you pay to take home an animal is a critical source of income that helps provide the resources we need to give the homeless animals in our care a second chance at life.

Dog Adoption Fees

Our dog adoption fees range anywhere from $25 to $605 for most dogs.  Fees are listed in the dog's information details on our website.  Adoption fees include spay/neuter, Distemper/Parvo vaccination, Rabies vaccination (where age permits), deworming, microchip with registration, and HALO ID tag.  Many of our dogs receive dental cleanings, fracture repair, kennel cough treatment, etc.  We strive to provide all the care the dog will need before sending them off to a new family and have open communication with our adopters about what care the dog may need in the future.

Cat Adoption Fees

Our cat adoption fees range from waived fees-$150.  Fees are listed in the cat's information details on our website. Adoption fees include spay/neuter, FVRCP vaccination, Leukemia and FIV testing, deworming, microchip with registration, and HALO ID tag.  Many of our cats have received dental cleanings, fracture repair, upper respiratory infection (URI) treatment, etc.  We strive to provide all the care the cat will need before sending them off to a new family and have open communcation with our adopters about what care the cat may need in the future.