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My name is Zoro!
I'm being cared for by
Portsmouth Humane Society
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Submit Application

4.

Approve Application

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Submit Application

4.

Approve Application

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
American Staffordshire Terrier
Color
Age
Adult
Size
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
24792

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small red x Not housetrained

My story

Like a masked bandit in the night, Zoro is coming...for your heart! Zoro is a lovebug looking for a place to call home and hang up his mask for good. Zoro is a happy boy who enjoys playing with his toys, and is ready to come with you! Come see this cloaked man of love today!



Primary Color: Black
Weight: 55
Age: 5yrs 6mths 3wks

Like a masked bandit in the night, Zoro is coming...for your heart! Zoro is a lovebug looking for a place to call home and hang up his mask for good. Zoro is a happy boy who enjoys playing with his toys, and is ready to come with you! Come see this cloaked man of love today!



Primary Color: Black
Weight: 55
Age: 5yrs 6mths 3wks
Shelter

Portsmouth Humane Society

Contact info

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

In addition to our main shelter, we also have cats and small animals at our satellite location inside the Hilltop PetSmart in VA Beach.

2.

Meet the Pet

Everyone in the household should meet the animal. If adopting a dog, we require that they meet any dog(s) already in the home.

3.

Submit Application

All applicants must be at least 18 years old and provide valid identification.

4.

Approve Application

A staff member will review your application and go over any questions you may have.

5.

Pay Fee

You will receive a receipt, a copy of your contract, and any necessary medical records.

6.

Take the Pet Home

A week after your adoption you will receive a follow-up email to see how your new pet has adjusted and to offer assistance, if needed.

Additional adoption info

Adoption Fees: Small Animals – Hamster/Guinea Pig: $25 Rabbit: $40 Ferret/Sugar Glider: $50 Felines – Adult cat: $65 Kitten (under 7 months): $86 Adopt one cat or kitten, take a second one home for free! Canines – Large dog (over 25 lbs.): $110 Small dog (25 lbs. and under): $160 Puppy (under 7 months): $200 Animals with unique medical care – Price Varies Adoption fees include (if applicable): Spay/Neuter Surgery, Up-to-date Vaccinations, Microchip, Heartworm Test, Feline Leukemia Test, FIV Test
Adoption Fees: Small Animals – Hamster/Guinea Pig: $25 Rabbit: $40 Ferret/Sugar Glider: $50 Felines – Adult cat: $65 Kitten (under 7 months): $86 Adopt one cat or kitten, take a second one home for free! Canines – Large dog (over 25 lbs.): $110 Small dog (25 lbs. and under): $160 Puppy (under 7 months): $200 Animals with unique medical care – Price Varies Adoption fees include (if applicable): Spay/Neuter Surgery, Up-to-date Vaccinations, Microchip, Heartworm Test, Feline Leukemia Test, FIV Test

Go meet their pets

Hours of Operation: Monday: 12 – 5 Tuesday: Closed Wednesday: 12- 7 Thursday: 12- 5 Friday: 12 – 5 Saturday: 12 – 5 Sunday: 12 – 4 *Surrenders are by appointment only.
Hours of Operation: Monday: 12 – 5 Tuesday: Closed Wednesday: 12- 7 Thursday: 12- 5 Friday: 12 – 5 Saturday: 12 – 5 Sunday: 12 – 4 *Surrenders are by appointment only.

More about this shelter

The Portsmouth Humane Society (PHS) is one of the longest-serving Humane Societies in the Commonwealth of Virginia and we are dedicated to caring for homeless animals in the City of Portsmouth by promoting their adoptions into loving, permanent homes. PHS provides humane education and community outreach programs so that we may begin to decrease the pet overpopulation.
The Portsmouth Humane Society (PHS) is one of the longest-serving Humane Societies in the Commonwealth of Virginia and we are dedicated to caring for homeless animals in the City of Portsmouth by promoting their adoptions into loving, permanent homes. PHS provides humane education and community outreach programs so that we may begin to decrease the pet overpopulation.