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Adopt a friend!
We all love our furry friends, but sometimes there's some key thoughts you need to know or think of before adopting. 

 

  • I've spend time with this dog. I've gotten to play and we are both accustomed to each other and it is right for me. 
  • I have introduced my current dog and all the members of my household to the new dog. 
  • The financial responsibilities relating to having a dog and also to certain breeds. Average first year of cost is $1200. 
  • A dog will need to go to the vet at least once a year for vaccinations and check-ups. 
  • Time. You are going to have time to walk, love, play, and give them all the attention they need and deserve.


Dogs and puppies - $125.00  -  This includes Spay/Neuter, Rabies, Heartworm test, 5:1 Booster, Bordetella, Deworming, and a County Dog License.



The shelter is putting a new procedure into place. If you are interested in adopting a dog the day that it becomes available you must visit and meet the dog before the dog’s availability date. If you have other animals and/or children at home you must bring them in for a meet and greet to see if they are compatible. Other factors may apply. Please call if any questions were not answered here.