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Adopt a Dog

If you’re interested in giving one of our dogs a loving home, please click the "Adoption Form" button and complete the application. Our adoption fee is $160 for all dogs and puppies. Your new furry friend will come spayed or neutered (if age-appropriate), with up-to-date vaccinations and heartworm prevention. After we receive your application and approve it, we will contact you to discuss the next steps.

Adoption Application

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Adoption Application/Contract

All animals will be held for an applicant for 24 hours. If the application and fee is not received by 4 Paws within 24 hours or other arrangements have not been made the animal will be put back up for adoption. At that time the next application in line will be considered for the adoption of this animal.  

All adoptions are contingent upon approval of your application.  The adoption fee is due at the time of adoption. The fee may also be paid by PayPal, Venmo, check, or cash. The adoption fee is $160.00 and is non-refundable.

Contact Information

Phone Contact Numbers
How may we reach your cell phone? *
May we call you at work? *

Current Animals

Do you have pets or companion animals?

Dog Information

Name Change

Veterinary Information

Are you willing take your pet to a veterinarian for an annual physical exam and vaccinations?
Do you currently have a preferred veterinarian?
Are you willing to have your pet tested annually for heart-worms if advised by a veterinarian in your geographic area?
May we contact your veterinarian?

Home Information

Are you willing to let your new dog live in your home?
Part of agreeing to adopt may include an in-home visit. Would this be a problem?
What is your living situation?
Do you have children?
Do you have a fenced in yard?

Post-Adoption Care

Some of the rescued dogs have been backyard dogs and not house-trained. Have you ever house-trained a dog before?
Some rescued dogs have separation anxiety, would you be willing to work with the dog if this is a problem?

Some rescued dogs have been physically abused and are extremely timid and have a condition called "submissive urination."  Usually this condition lasts only a few days.  Once the dog knows he is in a home where he will not be beaten or abused, his self-esteem and confidence return, this problem usually leaves. If it does not, are you willing to read some information on behavior modification to help the dog overcome this condition?    *


Have you ever fostered or are you currently fostering for other animal welfare organization or rescue groups?

Please list 3 References -- Name and Phone Number

If the you rent your home or apartment, one reference may be the landlord listed above *

Additional Information

Thank you! We’ll be in touch.

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