Our adoptable dogs and cats come from a variety of places and situations. We aim to rescue dogs and cats from euthanasia at high kill shelters, non-ideal homes through owner surrender (as a last resort ), and during disaster relief situations.
All dogs will have veterinary care before they are adopted out. This includes required shots, deworming, spay/neuter, and microchip.
We do not have a physical shelter building. All of our adoptable dogs are in foster care and available for meet-and-greets by appointment only.
All of our adoptable pets can be found on adopt-a-pet.
Submit an adoption application for the specific animal you wish to meet to be reviewed by our staff. Please note that we are completely volunteer staffed. All volunteers also have a full-time job as well as rescue obligations. Applications will be reviewed as soon as possible.
Set up a meet-and-greet for the animal you wish to adopt. Meet-and-greets are at the convenience of the foster parent. We will always try to be as accommodating as possible.
A home inspection will be conducted to ensure the safety of the animal in your home. (No holes in the fencing, puppy hazards, etc.)
One week trial - You will take your new friend home and try it out for one week. This is to ensure that the dog and/or cat is settling in and a good fit in your home.
Adoption Fee is paid at the end of the one week trial if both parties agree the animal is a good fit for the home. Adoption fees range from $200-$400 and are based on age. These donations are non-negotiable, as they are how we cover the veterinary expenses on our pups.