Adoption Process

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 All of our dogs and/or puppies are in foster homes. We do not schedule meet/greets without an approved application. Our Adoption fees START at $375 based on transport fees, medical needs, banking fees & supplies, etc...

We can adopt an animal out of state, but approved adopter must be willing to travel to where the pet is being fostered, and transport the animal yourself after the adoption.

We CANNOT place a hold on a dog for you. If you are not ready to adopt, please do not complete an application until you are ready to do so.

 If you have other animals (dogs/cats) in your home, they must be up-to-date on vaccinations, heartworm testing and preventions (dogs), and spayed/neutered. We will verify this with your veterinarian. If your animals are not up to date, your application will be automatically denied.

 If you do not own the property you live in, you must provide the owner/landlord’s name and phone number, or send a copy of your lease/pet addendum including any breed/size restrictions. This must be sent either with your application or can be faxed 888-342-2182 without proper documentation your application process will be delayed.

 Please be advised that we reserve the right to conduct a Home Visit if we feel it is necessary before placing an animal with you.

 Please make sure to fully complete your application. Leaving questions blank or not including all requested information will delay your application. We do our best at processing applications as quickly as possible.

 Once your application is approved, We will call, text or email you. If you do not respond promptly we will move on to the next applicant.

 We do meet/greets and adoptions the same day. Please be prepared to take the dog home with you.

 Your approved application will be  on file for 1 year and will be used for all dogs you would be interested in that time-frame. No need to keep filling out applications! ​

Adoption application approval means you are approved to adopt an animal from us, it does not mean you are necessarily approved for the animal you applied for. There may be specific circumstances in your home that do not make it a good fit for one animal, but it may be a fine fit for another. Adoption Process