Adopt a Pet. Save a life.
Shelter animals aren't broken, they've just been dealt a tough hand. Your willingness to bring one home gives them the new lease on life they deserve.
Where can I adopt my new pet?
What if my new pet isn’t spayed or neutered?
You’ll want to get it done as soon as possible. Information about low-cost spay/neuter services in your area is available by visiting our spay/neuter resource page.
Will my new pet get along with the pet I already have?
We encourage introducing your new pet to the pet or pets who are already part of your family.
New Parent Tips
Animal-proof your home
Prep your home much in the same way you would child-proof for a toddler.Wires, remotes, shoes, plants & easy-to-swallow items pose serious threats to your pet.
Take the lead
If your new pet isn't trained to walk on a leash, it's a good idea to get a chest harness or a slip collar.
Make your yard safe
Do a walk around your yard. Is your yard completely fenced in?