About Our Rescue Group...
K-9 New Life is an all breed, no-kill dog rescue organization located in southeast Virginia. We are registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The mission of K-9 New Life is to take in dogs from shelters when they have run out of time or are injured or too sick for the shelters to handle. We provide them with health care, rehabilitation, training, and a loving foster home until they can be adopted. Our focus is to give these less fortunate dogs a second chance to live the life they deserve.
Come Meet Our Pets...
If you would like to meet any of our adoptable dogs, please check our website for upcoming events: www.k9newlife.org
You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter:
Facebook - www.facebook.com/K9NewLife
Twitter - twitter.com/K9NewLife
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our dogs.
Our Adoption Process...
Our goal is to find loving, lifelong homes for our dogs.
We require an adoption application, a home inspection, and $250 adoption donation. This helps pay for medical care, dog food, and supplies.
To ensure we find the best homes for dogs in our care, our adoption process involves several steps. Adopting a dog requires a commitment of love and responsibility for the welfare of the animal, just as you would have for a human member of your family. Please consider the challenges that come with owning a dog as these challenges are often the reason many pets end up in shelters.
1. Complete our online adoption application: http://www.k9newlife.org/adoption-application.html
2. Once your application has been reviewed, we will contact you.
3. A home check is done to ensure the dog will live in a suitable environment.
4. A meet and greet will be arranged for the adopter and the dog(s) of interest.
5. An adoption contract must be completed to finalize the adoption process.
Prior to adoption, all of our dogs receive a general veterinary checkup, vaccinations, deworming, heart worm test (treatment, if necessary), heart worm/flea/tick prevention, and spay/neuter.