Adoption Fee is $ TBA
Adoption fee covers for our Adoption Package for dogs which may include if over 6 months of age: heart worm checked, treated for any fleas and worms, micro-chipped, up to date rabies vaccination, spayed/neutered, DHLPP vaccinations. Discounted 30 days of health insurance, and basic & problem solving training before and after adoption if needed. Full health records are provided to the adopters.
The Adoption fee we ask of adopters is not to pay for the dog. The dog itself is free! The Adoption fee is used merely to reimburse our rescue for veterinary expenses that any responsible owner would spend anyway when bringing a new dog into their home. However if there are any funds left over from one dogs adoption fee, it is used to help the next dog that comes along. Sometimes FSFH's veterinarian expenses on one animal will be less than this fee, but another dog might require several hundred additional dollars worth of care. Without being able to recover at least the minimal veterinarian expenses on our dogs, FSFH could not continue to rescue. FSFH's fee does not cover the general cost of keeping a dog in rescue (food, equipment, etc.). FSFH relies solely on donations to cover all other expenses related to caring for their rescued dogs. Thank you for understanding.
If interested in adopting please go to www.fewstepsfromhome.com to get an application. Adoption forms are found by clicking on the animals pictures.
We also accept donations of dog food, cat food, cat litter, and large durable dog toys. Vet care Donations needed also!
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