IMPORTANT PLEASE READ IN ENTIRETY!!!
All puppies are spayed/neutered, microchipped, dewormed, received age appropriate vaccinations and are up to date on flea/tick preventative!!
Adoption Fee for all puppies will be $250.00!
We do not take payments and we do not do holds!
The shelter is currently closed to the public and will open by appointment only in order to be prudent in following the guidelines necessary to limit exposure and not aid in the possible spreading of the Coronavirus!! With that being said, we will be accepting applications for Pre-approval so that we can schedule appointments with selected families to come in to meet with the puppies they are interested in adopting!
Please note that all normal adoption policies/requirements will still apply!
- You must be at least 21 years of age in order to be considered a potential adopter!
-Everyone living in the home will be required to come in to meet the puppy you are interested in!
-Proof of homeownership ( a copy of your deed, mortgage statement or tax form) will be required if you live outside of Erie County!
-If you do not own your property, your landlords contact information will be required to obtain approval to adopt the animal you are interested in!
- ALL pets currently living in the home need to spayed/neutered and up to date on their Rabies Vaccination/s ( Updated Rabies Vaccination is required BY LAW!!)
-Any Dogs currently living in the home will be required to come in for a meet in greet!
Please review all of the adoption policies to ensure you meet the requirements necessary to adopt! Adoption Applications can be downloaded from our website under our Adoption/Surrender Information Tab! You may then fill out the app and send it in via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to us at 814-520-6808 to be reviewed for the pre-approval process!
Please contact the shelter DIRECTLY at 814-451-0230 anytime from noon until 5pm Monday through Friday should you have any questions or concerns!!
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A Non-Profit 501 (c) 3 Animal Welfare Association
Ruth Thompson, Director
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