**NOTE** Adoptions are on a first come first serve basis, we approve applications in the order they are received so if you are interested in a specific dog or puppy fill out an application as soon as you can to ensure you are the first in line to adopt her!
If you are looking for a specific breed or mix or just want to be ready for when the perfect dog comes along and you plan to adopt within the next month or two, fill out an Adoption Application and get approved ahead of time, then you will be all ready when that perfect puppy comes along and you will be first in line to adopt her!
The application will also help us to know what you are looking for and we can keep an eye out for the perfect dog for you!
Puppies are not free! Below is a list of some costs for a puppies first year and normal yearly
Please make sure you know the financial commitment involved in getting a dog before you adopt!
Look at the price info below, our fees cover some of these costs and go towards saving dogs who need other vetting services.
At minimum our puppies have been examined by a Licensed Veterinarian, been issued a Certified Health Certificate, are given their first set of vaccines and have been dewormed.
Dogs over 6 months of age get all the above plus a Heartworm test, a Rabies Vaccine and have had spay or neuter surgery.
All dogs are fed a high quality, all natural dog food. They are given lots of love and attention in their foster homes! All puppies are well socialized with people, kids, other dogs and some even with cats! They are fostered in homes and are treated like family members. We will tell you anything we know or have learned about the dog. With your adoption you can take your adoption papers to Petco and get a coupon book with $170 worth of money saving coupons.
A lifetime of love!
***Total: $510-950 every year for your pet, that does not include emergency medical expenses or training classes!***
NOTE: Amounts vary considerably, based on factors such as growth rate and size of the adult dog,
types of food and unforeseen medical conditions. Generally, puppies require more routine medical attention than adult dogs. However, statistics show that older animals (those over eight years old) will require more veterinary care than younger adults.
You should also note that costs vary between stores, veterinarians and by region.
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