or browse through all pets at Prairie Paws Adoption Center:
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IMPORTANT: These pets can all be found at one of two Best Friends locations in Los Angeles. When you find your favorite, please check the "site" to see whether he or she is at Best Friends Pet Adoption Center in Mission Hills or at the NKLA Pet Adoption Center in West LA. And remember, the adoption special applies to all pets at the Mission Hills location and the adoption special applies to select pets at the West LA location.
The St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center is an Open Admissions Shelter, which means that we accept authorized stray animals regardless of their adoptability. Owner-relinquished pets are individually assessed based on current shelter resources at the time of surrender.. All stray dogs and cats are required by law to be held for a minimum of five business days, and 10 business days if the animal has identification. Once that legal hold time has been satisfied, we make all healthy, behaviorally sound animals available for adoption.
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SAPA – San Antonio Pets Alive | Paul Jolly Adoption Center
The Paul Jolly Center for Pet Adoptions is the largest San Antonio Pets Alive! location. The Paul Jolly Center made it’s debut in October of 2013 and has been open to the public ever since. The facilities are located right across from the San Antonio Zoo near Brackenridge Park, and are open 7 days a week with plenty of adoptable cats and dogs onsite awaiting their forever families.To help more pets find homes, each month Maryland SPCA staff members will select and highlight a special dog or cat in our adoption center as the Staff Pick of the Month.The Paul Jolly Adoption Center has designated rooms for cats and puppies, as well as a wing for both small and large dogs. A fenced-in lawn and walkways allow dogs plenty of space to play, roam, and go on daily walks with volunteers, and adoption specials and other events are held every month to encourage volunteers and adopters alike to come check out our newest adoptable pets.Come out and meet the pets currently available at the Adoption Center. Potential adopters are thoroughly screened. A successful union is extremely important and making the right match is our goal! Our knowledgeable Adoption Counselors will be happy to answer any questions you may have and will offer suggestions on how to make the transition with your new family member a success. Our adoption fees range from $0 to $150. Upon entry at our shelters, most dogs are given a 4-in-1 vaccination, Bordetella vaccination and flea/tick treatment. Adopted dogs ages three months of age and older also receive a rabies vaccination and County dog license/tag as part of their adoption fee. Cat s receive a 3-in-1 vaccination when they arrive at our shelters (cats are not required to be rabies vaccinated or licensed in Maricopa County).
All animals adopted from Maricopa County Animal Care & Control must be spayed or neutered prior to leaving the shelter. If the cat or dog you adopt has not yet been altered, he/she may need to stay an extra day or two for surgery.
In recognition and appreciation of U.S. veterans' service to our country, MCACC's Pets and Vets program waives adoption fees for select pets adopted by veterans. Adopters participating in the Pets and Vets program will be responsible for paying the $17 license fee for adopted dogs (there is no fee for cats). Veterans wishing to participate in the Pets and Vets program are asked to provide verification of veteran, reservist or active duty status. We will accept the following verification documents: Military ID, DD214 Military Discharge Certificate, Honorable Discharge Certificate, Letter for the U.S. Military Center in St. Louis or Letter from the Maryland Veterans Administration Service Program.
Our shelters take in nearly 100 animals every single day. If you are looking for a specific breed or type of animal, it is best to visit our shelters in person. Once you've found a pet you'd like to adopt, our staff and volunteers will ask you to spend some time in one of our Get Acquainted areas with your potential pet. If it's a match, you'll be asked to complete an adoption application and a short questionnaire. You do not need to be an Arizona resident to adopt from MCACC, but you must complete the adoption in person and we are unable to provide transportation for your newly adopted dog or cat. Did you know you can view our available pets online? If you find a stray animal, you are welcome to bring them to our Adoption Center to be scanned for a microchip. If a chip is found, we will work with you to contact the owners on record. If no chip is found, we suggest posting flyers in the area that the animal was found. Also post on Facebook and other social media, including the Summit County Lost & Found Pets page on Facebook, and the lost and found pets area on Craigslist. Post where the animal was found and a photo if possible. Try to keep some details private to use as questions when someone tries to claim the animal.