About Our Shelter...
At the shelter you will have an opportunity to meet and visit with your potential new companion. Spend as much time as you need getting to know an animal. Adoption counselors will work with you to help find that perfect pet, but bear in mind that this may often require more than one visit. We are continually receiving new animals and evaluating their placements. If you do not find that perfect companion the first time you visit, you are sure to find him or her in subsequent visits.
An adoption counselor will answer all your questions and review important information with you. They can help you decide what size, age, breed and temperament will most successfully meet your expectations. They will review information about your pet's adjustment to his or her new home, housetraining, health concerns, vaccinations, nutrition, training, grooming, etc.
Because adopting an animal is a family decision, we ask that when possible you bring your entire family, including any resident dogs, to meet your potential companion.
The entire adoption process can be time consuming. But spending time getting to know your future companion and asking any questions before taking your new companion home will help to ensure a perfect match for the years ahead. We ask for your patience and cooperation in the process of bringing pets and people together!
Come Meet Our Pets...
Shelter hours are noon-5 pm Tues-Sat. We are closed on major holidays.
We are located at 5930 Hwy 93 South, 8/10th of a mile past Blue Mountain Road. Look for our driveway in between Five Valley Honda and Animal Blessings Pet Hospital.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption Fees & Information
All animals are spayed or neutered and vaccinated prior to adoption.
Cats and dogs, kittens and puppies: $60
Guinea Pigs: $25
Rats, mice: $10
Included with your adoption fee:
All dogs and cats have received their initial distemper vaccinations
Every dog and cat is treated for round worms
Extra veterinary care is given when required
Cats have been tested for feline leukemia
Both dogs and cats are adopted with a collar and temporary identification tag
Cats go home in a carrier; dogs go home with a leash
All adoptions include a free post-adoption check-up at the local veterinarian of your choice
All adoptions include a counseling session to answer any questions you have about your new companion
Dog/Cat Training DVD