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Adoptions

Adoption Fees & What's Included

Our goal is to send you home with a healthy pet and any information and support you may need to help your new pet adjust to his or her new home. Our vets provide a full array of preventive care for our shelter animals when they first arrive and continue caring for them while they are living at our shelter. We treat sick or injured pets who come into our care, often using funds provided through donations to Gabriel's Fund. Gabriel's Fund donations allow us to provide tests, heartworm treatments, x-rays, surgeries, and more for those pets in need-- things we normally could not afford.

Our staff is also here to provide helpful information and answer any questions about caring for your new pet, before and after you take your pet home. We send each pet home with information to help you with pet care, training, and addressing common behavioral issues.


Dogs
The adoption fee is $150 for dogs, and $100 for senior dogs (7 & up).

Seniors for Seniors program: We will waive the adoption fee for people age 65 or more who adopt a senior pet (7 & up), and instead we ask for a donation of any amount.

The following care has been provided:

Smiley

*Puppies not old enough to receive the full distemper series or their first rabies vaccine may be brought back to receive them at no additional charge

You'll also receive the following:

Questions? Call 913-596-1000 ext. 113 or send an email: Dog Adoptions Email.


Cats
The adoption fee for cats is $75, or two for $125.

Seniors for Seniors program: We will waive the adoption fee for people age 65 or more who adopt a senior pet (7 & up), and instead we ask for a donation of any amount.

The following care has been provided:

Oscar

*Kittens not old enough to receive the full distemper series or their first rabies vaccine may be brought back to receive them at no additional charge

You'll also receive the following:


Questions? Call 913-596-1000 ext. 120 or send an email: Cat Adoptions Email.