Our Shelter takes in thousands of stray and surrendered animals every year. Every year we also adopt out hundreds of dogs and cats into loving homes. If you are looking for a new pet then this is the place to start!
Everyone must fill out an adoption application. Please read it carefully. If you rent or lease, please speak with your landlord before adopting and work out any requirements they set forth. We may have to call and verify your ability to have pets where you live.
We reserve the right to refuse adoption to anyone if we feel potential adopter can’t meet the specific animal’s needs (examples include, but not limited to: Great Pyrenees in an apartment, a Chihuahua being in a house with young children knowing the dog is shy).
When visiting the shelter, please allow yourself plenty of time to meet the animals, complete the paperwork, and to ask questions. It can take 30-45 minutes to complete the process, longer if it is really busy, which happens often.
Below you can find the general adoption costs. We will alter (spay or neuter) all animals before they leave the shelter unless they are too young for surgery. If they are too small or sick to be altered at the time of the adoption they will be required to be fostered until they are ready.
Other Adoption Information
All animals that come into the shelter are given basic vaccinations. This is to help prevent the spread of disease in the shelter. Before the animal is adopted out it will also be microchipped using a microchip from 24petwatch. The only animals we do not microchip are animals that fall in the other category (rabbit, guinea pigs, and etc…). if you are interested in adopting you can click the button below to view a list of our available animals.