Adopting from Partners-4-Paws
Adoption fee for pets offered by include vaccinations (rabies, distemper/parvo and bordatella) Heartworm testing (adult dogs), spay/neuter, flea & tick preventatives, heartworm preventatives, deworming, and microchipping. Cat and kitten adoptions include FVRCP, FIV/FeLV testing, deworming, flea & tick preventative, spay/neuter and microchip.
Adult dogs - $85 Adult Cats - $75
Puppies - $100 Kittens - $85
Senior & special needs animals - $50
Adopting unaltered pets:
We collect a $75 deposit with the adoption of unaltered animals. This deposit is refunded to you when you send us proof you had the animal spayed/neutered.
We offer discounts to our military, veterans, first responders, medical professionals, and teachers. Just ask for the discount at the time of the adoption. Proof of eligibility is required.
On rare occasions we may have pure bred dogs available. We offer them at a higher fee equivalent to the lowest selling price in the area. All these dogs will be listed as being part of a fundraiser. All fees collected above our set adoption fee are considered a donation and the adopter will receive a certificate of donation for tax purposes.
Please remember that some cities have a limit on the number of pets you can have in your home. If you rent, there may be breed or size restrictions placed by your landlord. You will need to provide proof of the pet policy where you live.
LOOK WHO IS LOOKING FOR A HOME!
We always have wonderful pets waiting in foster homes until they find a furever home. To view our adoptable pets, please visit the subpage for Cats or Dogs, then complete an application for the one you want. Our pets are also located on these wonderful sites.
If you need a home, contact these find people. Purchasers receive a voucher for a free pet from Partners-4-Paws.
** The pets depicted here are ones we've adopted to loving homes in the past.
You can also view our adoptable pets on these sites.
Life Can Hand Us Lemons
Sometimes life throws lemons our way and no amount of lemonade can make it right. If you have to give up your pet, and all other avenues have failed, try ReHome through Adopt A Pet. If that doesn't work then we will be glad to talk about taking your pet into one of our foster homes until we can find a new adoptor.