Current Adoption Process
We are open to the public from 12-4pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. NOTE: Adoption surveys must be filled out at the shelter by 3:30pm.
Please read through the following Adoption Process steps carefully:
MEET YOUR MATCH!
Find an animal you are interested in, who is either in our shelter or currently lives in a temporary foster home, by searching our online database of animals.
Adoptable animals are viewable online in real time.
VISIT THE SHELTER to view our cats and dogs
If you are interested in adopting a cat or dog, we are currently open to the public on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4pm. When you arrive, you can submit an adoption survey for the animal you are interested in! Adoption surveys must be submitted by 3:30pm.
Adoption surveys are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. On very busy days, we cannot always guarantee same-day adoptions due to staff availability.
NOTE: For animals that are in foster, interested adopters can fill out the online survey located in the animal’s bio on our website. Once the survey is received, an adoption counselor will give you a call to conduct a counseling session and if it’s a good fit, will make an appointment with you to meet the animal!
COMPLETE ADOPTION COUNSELING
During the counseling session, the adoption counselor will review important background information about the animal–including all medical and behavioral information we have on record. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions and express any concerns you may have. We’ll talk about considerations to have when welcoming your newest family member into your home and other species-specific topics.
Note: If you are adopting an adult dog (not a puppy), we may require a separate meet & greet appointment with your current resident dog(s) to make sure they are compatible prior to adoption.
For Barn Animals
Please fill out the appropriate adoption survey below and an Adoption Counselor will call you to make an appointment:
Note: Most barn animal adoptions require a home visit, so the counselor will review all necessary steps with you when they receive your adoption survey.