Adoptions

Adoptions

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

Animal Surrender Information

If you have adopted an animal form us and need to return him/her, please email us at info@halorescue.org as much information as possible about your situation. We make every effort to take back our previously adopted pets as possible. You may also call us at (602) 971-9222.

Almost all of the animals we bring in to our care are the ones that are in most danger of death; those already within the shelter system. Each week, in Maricopa County alone, approximately 1,000 dogs and cats are put to death, and most are adoptable animals that just need a place to call home.

Many agencies, including HALO, will post photos and write-ups of the animals in your care that need a new home. If you are willing to have your animal spayed or neutered, we will post it on our website for you. You can receive low-cost help for spaying and neutering by calling the Spay Neuter Hotline at (602) 265-SPAY.

If you have found a stray dog or tame stray cat** please post the animal's information and photo on www.pets911.com and search their listing of lost pets. You should also have the animal scanned for a microchip, which can be done at any shelter, veterinary hospital or emergency room. If you cannot keep the animal, please contact Maricopa County Animal Care and Control at 602-506-7387.

**If you have found a feral (wild) stray cat, please contact the Spay Neuter Hotline at (602) 265-SPAY or www.alteredtails.org for information on TNR, Trap-Neuter-Return, the only humane method of population control for feral cats.