Jade is a special needs min pin mix girl, 6 years old, weighing 7-8 lbs and can't walk anymore but can drag herself around a little distance. She has crippled legs and needs carried inside and outside. She loves to lay in the sun on the deck when the weather permits and go in a stroller for a ride. Jade gets along with other dogs, is happy lying beside you and loves to sleep covered up. She is up-to-date on vaccines, micro chipped and takes Rimadyl medicine. Her adoption donation is $150.
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*Adoption donations are non-refundable
In the adoption process of one of our dogs; you agree to the following:
Agree to provide all appropriate vaccinations for said dog, and provide veterinary care in a timely manner when required. This is to include heartworm testing and administration of heartworm preventative.
Agree to keep a properly fitted collar on said dog at all times and to keep legible current county/state license tags, my own contact ID tags (at which time, PRO’s can be removed) affixed to the collar. PRO also recommends getting your new dog micro-chipped if not already.
Agree not to abuse or neglect this dog or allow anyone else to abuse or neglect this dog.
Agree to keep this dog as in indoor companion, to provide a fenced yard or exercise area, and ample food and clean water.
Agree to obey all applicable leash laws and to always leash this dog when not in a fenced area or indoors.
Agree not use this dog for fighting, guard duty, or animal research.
Agree to assume all responsibility for this dog’s actions and any damage caused by this dog to persons or property, and to release PRO and its agents from any liability concerning this dog or its actions.
Agree to never to chain or tether this dog in any location without supervision.
Agree to allow PRO or its agents to examine this dog and its living conditions for suitability at any time, with or without prior notification, and will provide, upon request, proof of health care.
Understand that my acceptance of this dog is on an “as is” basis. No guarantees of any kind exist. It is my understanding that every possible precaution has been taken and disclosed to ensure that this dog is healthy and suitable as a household pet. Any condition of health, temperament, or physical condition that is not known by PRO is not the responsibility of PRO. I hold PRO harmless of any liability incurred as a result of the discovery of any conditions as mentioned above.
Understand that the adoption of this dog from PRO depends on the honesty of the answers on this contract, the answers on the application I previously completed, the promise to maintain my dog’s health and well being and the promise to welcome this do into my life and home as a member of my family.
Understand and agree that if I must relinquish ownership of said dog for ANY reason, I will relinquish that ownership only to PRO and I will provide transportation to return the dog to PRO’s nearest volunteer.
We do not “sell” our rescue dogs; however, we do charge an adoption fee to cover veterinary and other expenses incurred by PRO on behalf of all our rescued dogs. Donations, in addition to the adoption fee are always welcomed and greatly appreciated. The adoption fee in non-refundable unless otherwise decided upon by PRO Board Members. By signing our adoption contract, you hereby acknowledge that you have read its entirety, understand its content, agree to uphold the contract, limitations, and restriction, and you will receive a copy in full for your records.
*Adoption fee is non-refundable.
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Horace is a sweet 12 year old miniature poodle who found himself at the shelter. He is a very active boy still and loves to go for walks and play. He is very good with other dogs. He has lost a few teeth with a recent dental and doesn't hear very well and my be deaf. He is neutered, heartworm tested negative, up-to-date on vaccines and microchipped. His adoption donation is $150.
Anna Bananna is a 10 yr old Chihuahua that happened to end up at the shelter. She is a sweet older gal that is looking for her retirement home. She currently lives with big and small dogs and does well and she even tolerates the puppy in the house. She would prefer a calmer doggie brother or sister though. She is crate trained and housebroken although she is fine being left out of the crate when her foster parents are away. She loves going on walks, sunbathing, and just hanging out with her human. She is losing her sight but she gets around just fine. Anna is spayed, UTD, HW neg and chipped. Her adoption fee is $150.
Crystal lived outside but is now an inside companion. She is about 8 years old and an American Eskimo. She is housebroken and would like a quiet home. Crystal weights 16-17 lbs and is smaller than she looks in the picture. She is spayed, heart worm tested, microchipped and vaccinated. Crystal gets along with other dogs but doesn't play with other dogs. Her adoption donation is $200.
This neutered boy is a happy, high energy puppy at 1 year old. He loves other dogs and plays well with them. He will make a great family dog unless the family is a couch potato because he likes activity. Buster is in our prison training program learning his commands. He is doing well and is a good dog. He is microchipped, vaccinated and heartworm tested and ready for his new home. His adoption donation is $250.
Ellie is a 3 year old spayed female special needs toy poodle found in the shelter. She is blind and a very sweet lap dog. She would be perfect for a senior man or woman who loves to hold a little dog. She is spayed and has been vaccinated and heart worm tested. Her adoption donation is $200.
Gavin is a 5yr old, 86 pound energetic, goofy boy. Gavin is fine with other dogs, loves to play, and is learning some manners as he tends to want to do things his way. He is very affectionate and would be great for someone looking for an exercise buddy. Gavin is neutered, up to date on shots, HW negative and microchipped. His adoption fee is $300.
Ziva and Zuma
Ziva, the brown and white girl and Zuma, the black girl were born August 30. Their mom weighs 40 pounds and is a lab mix. Please know that Zuma and Ziva‘s adoption will not be finalized until after they are spayed and have had all 3 sets of shots, around Dec 30th. We will take non refundable deposits or, if approved you can foster to adopt. They are sweet, playful puppies. Their adoption fee is $250.
Andy - Adopted!
Andy is a great 2yr old boy that loves to cuddle and is fine with other dogs. Andy enjoys walks but also likes to snuggle and watch TV. Andy weighs 10 pounds, is neutered, microchipped and up to date on his shots. He is HW negative. Andy’s adoption donation is $250.
This is Manny, a 7 year old miniature pinscher. His Mom loved him but had to move to relatives and could not keep him. He is being trained in our prison program and learning his commands. He's still a little hand shy so needs more socialization. Manny is up-to-date on vaccines, weighs about 13-14 lbs, heartworm tested, neutered and micro chipped. His adoption donation is $250.
Izzy is a female lab mix who is almost one year old. She is currently in our prison training program. Izzy is very energetic and loves to play. We found her in a shelter with 3 puppies. Zuma and Ziva are her pups up for foster to adopt. She is vaccinated, spayed, heartworm tested and microchipped. Izzy will make a great addition to any family. Her adoption donation is $250.
Dinkie is a 3 year old female chiweenie with huge ears. She would do well as the only dog as she is sometimes afraid of large dogs but she is learning in the prison training program to play with ones her size. She weighs about 10 pounds. She has learned her 5 basic commands. Dinkie is spayed, current on vaccinations, heartworm tested and micro- chipped. Dinkie's adoption donation is $200.
Update on Dinkie Nov 10:
She is playing with dogs during outside playtime and does well with calm dogs. She has learned new tricks such as bang and roll over. Prison training and socialization has improved her chances of living with another dog if he doesn't overwhelm her with being too hyperactive. She does well with calm dogs. She also has gained a few more pounds there.