We are located at 2207 Finfeather Road and are open to the public.
Tuesday - Friday 12:00pm – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 12:00pm - 4:00 p.m.
Our Adoption Process...
Currently our adoption fees are $90 for puppies under 6 months of age, $80 for adult dogs over 6 months of age, $60 for kittens under 6 months of age and $50 for adult cats over 6 months of age. This covers the cost of the spay/neuter, microchip, FVRCP/DHPP vaccinations, Bordatella vaccination for dogs and at least one deworming. Come by today to fill out an adoption application!
To be considered a potential adopter you must 1. Be 18 years of age or older; 2. Have identification showing your present address; 3. Have the knowledge and consent of your landlord; 4. Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide vaccinations, medical treatment, training, and proper care for a pet; 5. Not be adopting an animal for a gift; 6. Not have had an animal who has died of a contagious disease within the last six weeks; 7. Complete this form in its entirety; 8. Be willing to undergo and consent to a background check; 9. Be willing to undergo and consent to a home inspection; 10. Not use or plan to use the animal in a cruel or inhumane manner, including fighting; 11. Abide by State statutes and local ordinances regarding animals; 12. Pay the adoption fees; 13. Spay/neuter the animal, if it has not already been completed, within thirty (30) days of adoption; 14. Provide proof of rabies vaccine for the adopted animal within thirty (30) days of adoption; 15. Provide the animal with the care necessary to give it the best chance at a happy and healthy life; this care includes annual exams, vaccinations, dental care, and additional veterinary care in the event of illness or injury; 16. Agree the City of Bryan is not responsible for veterinarian bills/medication/etc. that occur after this adoption.; and, 17. Agree animals can cause damage and the City of Bryan is not responsible for damage caused by adopted animals.
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