K9 Enrichment Initiative, Inc. is a multi-program organization offering services in rescue, rehabilitation and homing of shelter and abandoned dogs, educational programs for children and a community outreach program.
Our dogs are fully vetted, trained and prepared to be a part of a family when placed up for adoption.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Come Meet Our Pets...
Pet People 3015 E New York St, Ste A6 Aurora, IL 60504
on May 13th 11:30 to 1:30pm
Our Adoption Process...
How to adopt a dog from K9 Enrichment Initiative, Inc.
1. Complete our online application. 2. Your application will be processed, including a vet, reference, and criminal background checks. A telephone interview will be conducted as well as an in-home visit. 3. The dog will be introduced into your home for 14 to 21 days, allowing time for adjustment. At the end of that time, if the match is perfect, an adoption contract is signed.
We have a $400 donation fee for dogs under 1 year, $350 for dogs years 1 to 6 and $250 for dogs 7 and older.
Applicants must be 21 years of age, be financially able to support the dog's everyday needs as well as medical expenses, be physically and mentally capable of caring for the dog.
Must have knowledge of breed of dog they are adopting and of any breed restrictions in their cities, buildings, neighborhoods.
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