Please keep in mind that it costs us as much as $40 per day just to shelter an animal prior to adoption. If you have any questions please visit or call today...
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Dogs - $95.00.
This covers 1st booster shot, a new collar, SPCA tag, county dog license, spaying or neutering of your new pet and a micro chip for permanent I.D.
Cats - $50.00.
This covers 1st booster shot, a new collar, SPCA tag, cat carrier, feline leukemia test (blood), spaying or neutering and micro chip implant for permanent I.D.
ALL ADOPTED CATS will be blood tested NEGATIVE (overall Accuracy is 97.8%) for Feline Leukemia prior to release. Owners WILL be notified in the event of a positive test result. Please understand that NO test is 100% accurate. We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that adopters have their veterinarian retest their new pet for Feline Leukemia BEFORE before allowing the new pet access to other household cats. It is best to keep the new pet separate from other household cats until this test is performed.
Rabbits - $35.00.
This covers spaying or neutering.
The SPCA is not always able to thoroughly examine each and every animal. Therefore your newly adopted pet may have medical conditions of which the SPCA is unaware. All adopted pets should be taken to your veterinarian for a thorough examination within five (5) days of going into its new home. The SPCA receives unwanted animals from many sources and knows little of their background and therefore does not guarantee the health or disposition of any adopted pet. Veterinary care after adoption is the sole responsibility of the new adopter and the SPCA will not reimburse any veterinary expenses unless expressly stated in writing by shelter management in advance. We also do not offer adoption fee refunds at any time.
Requirements To Adopt
All animals are spayed or neutered prior to adoption. You must be 18 or older or have your parents present at the time of adoption.
To help us make your adoption experience not only pleasant, but quicker and easier please provide us with the following:
- Legal ID with your current address
- Verification of home ownership; for example a tax bill
- A letter of permission from your landlord, along with a contact phone number.
- Veterinary records or a letter of recommendation from your veterinarian
Please understand we cannot place a hold on any adoptable animal without the above documentation.
You will be asked to complete and adoption application and will need some form of I.D. A drivers license is preferable. If your drivers license does not reflect your current address, then you will need to bring some kind of bill/statement which has your current address on it.
If all is in order, then the adoption paperwork will be completed and payment will be needed at this time. If your new pet is not currently altered then she or he will then be scheduled for spaying/neutering. You should be able to pick up your pet within several days. If there will be a delay, you will receive a phone call from a staff member or be made aware at the time of adoption.
When choosing a dog in a household where there is an existing dog, you will be asked to bring them in for a meet and greet with the dog you are interested in adopting. It is best to do this in a neutral environment, such as the shelter.
If you have children we do urge you to bring them along to make sure the pet will do well with them.
Pet allergies are common, please let the staff know if you suffer from pet allergies and we will direct you to the breeds which may have less effect on people with allergies.