Bring your family to one of our adoption centers and meet the pets!
All of our adoptable pets have varying minimum donation amounts. Please refer to the lists below:
Before you begin the adoption process, first think about what you want in a pet and whether you are ready to bring one into your life. Gather the food and proper supplies and be aware that some cities, towns, and villages enforce limits on the number of pets in one household.
Once you’ve found an animal (or two!) that you’re interested in adopting, you can spend time getting to know them in our interaction rooms or outdoor play yards. You’ll meet with one of our Customer Care representatives who are trained to help make the best match for you and can answer your questions about the pets. Most pets have received a medical examination and/or a behavioral assessment to help determine the best type of home for that pet.
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All of the dogs listed below are available for adoption but each is in a different stage of getting their medical care. Each dog/puppy's adoption fee includes their microchip, current vaccines, spay/neuter surgery, and they are started on flea/heartworm prevention. Some of our pets are still in the process of getting these services, and may not be available to be taken home immediately. All of the pets listed on the and pages are available for adoption but each is in a different stage of getting their medical care. Before leaving for their forever homes, each pet is spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, brought up-to-date on vaccines, and dewormed. Some of our pets are still in the process of getting these services, and may not be available to be taken home immediately. You must have an approved application before you meet any of our pets, so please allow plenty of time to fill out and talk with an adoption counselor about the kind of pet youre looking for (Please note that you must be 21 years of age to adopt). To save time, you can complete our online application and submit it before you come or download a copy to bring with you. If you see a pet you are interested in, be sure to note his or her name on your application. This means shelters and rescues are full of loving, spayed or neutered, vaccinated—and often trained—pets who are just waiting to meet you! Bonus: By adopting a cat or dog from a shelter or rescue, you can rest assured that you have not supported the cruel and exploitative .