PLEASE FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES BELOW WHEN BRINGING HOME A NEW PET. By setting boundaries for you and your pet, you will prevent many problem behaviors.
Many folks do not realize that the companion animal they just rescued is still in a state of transition. Give your new pet time to adjust. Please do your part to create a happy and well adjusted pet in your home. Please don't forget to take your dog for a walk, it is a great way to bond and to keep dogs from getting bored. If you have to leave your dog alone, leave your dog something to do. Buy activity toys and/or a kong.
Adopting a homeless animal is a wonderful feeling not only because you are receiving a marvelous pet, but because you had the ability to give that pet a new home and provide cage space in a crowded shelter for another animal to enter. Essentially you are rescuing two animals.
Our goal is to make the best match for you and your family as well as for our homeless pets. This translates to the fact that while you may apply for a pet you have seen online, after our interview with you, we may not agree that the companion animal you are applying for is the right match for you. We will make suggestions on what type of pet fits your lifestyle and current experience handling animals. That is why the forms and interview process is so important.
All our companion animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, some may be groomed as needed, and provided with any other medical services as needed.