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Find a Pet and Fall in Love 

2.

Complete an online application and indicate which pet you are applying for. an adoption counselor will contact you within two business days

3.

participate in a pre-interview over the phone or via email. if the pet seems like a good fit, a meet and greet will be scheduled at this time

4.

meet the pet, introduce any family members, and participate in a pet-to-pet introduction if relevant. complete a home evaluation.

5.

finalize adoption paperwork, pay adoption fees, pick up your pet, and live happily ever after.
Finding Your Forever Best Friend

We want to help find the pet who will be a perfect match  for you and your family

From the day they arrive until the day we send them to their new homes, we care for the pets at PAWS as if they are our own. We emphasize getting to know our residents on a individual level and providing for their medical, behavioral, and emotional needs. Our personalized approach to interacting with each pet helps us to recognize the right fit for their forever family. 

Adoption Fees

Adoption fees can be paid through our website or by cash/check. Adoption fees must be paid before taking your new pet home. Our adoption fee is collected to cover the cost of an examination with our DVM, any necessary lab work, spay/neuter surgery, microchip placement, vaccinations, and a starter pack of food. All of these services have been provided for your pet prior to their adoption.

Cat Adoptions

Dog Adoptions

Multiple Adoptions

Kitten/Adult Cat-$50

Puppy (>1 Year)-$175

Two Cats or Kittens-$75

Senior Cat-$35

Adult Dog-$125

Two senior cats-$50

 

Senior Dogs-$65

Two Dogs-$200

Every dog available for adoption at PAWS has completed a behavior evaluation. Pups are assessed for resource guarding, basic leash manners, reactivity to other animals, and touch and noise sensitivities. Every dog is given a color code based on their general personality, and this color will be listed in their adoption profile.

Orange

This dog is a social butterfly and loves meeting new people. The definition of outgoing, orange dogs can be described as bubbly, vibrant, and enthusiastic. An orange dog is an instant best friend!

Purple

Purple dogs can be initially shy, but they warm up quickly and are full of personality. Carefree, engaging, and adaptive, purple dogs reward a little patience with a lifetime of love .

Blue

The introverted group, blue dogs need time to adapt as you work to form an everlasting bond together. They are bashful and timid, but if given the opportunity to become comfortable with you they are loyal and loving pets.