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Adoption process

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet


Meet the Pet


Submit Application


Approve Application


Sign Adoption Contract


Pay Fee


Take the Pet Home

Adoption fee: $100

This helps Flagler Humane Society with pet care costs.

My basic info

Hound (Unknown Type)/Mixed Breed (Medium)
Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg) (when grown)
Pet ID

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Housetrained

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

50 Pounds
Flagler Humane Society

Contact info

Pet ID
Adoption Specialist
1 Shelter Drive, Palm Coast, FL 32137

Their adoption process


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet


Meet the Pet


Submit Application


Approve Application


Sign Adoption Contract


Pay Fee


Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

FHS Adoption Procedure

• Adopter selects animal they would like to adopt and is a provided an “Adoption Profile” to complete.

• A copy of the driver’s license is taken and then a check of the address using is done to determine if residence is owned or a rental. If a renter landlord approval is necessary for a pet.

• A check of the national do not adopt list is NOW done using

• Adoption Specialist overlooks the Adoption Profile. Note the following on the application:“Why do you want an animal?”, “Do you have a fence?”, “Time given for adjustment”, “Prior pet history”, “Current pet history and possibility of a meet & greet with any existing pets.”

• The Adoption Specialist discusses any red flags from the profile with potential adopter. Any questions from the adopter are answered at this time.

• If the adoption is for a cat, ask if the adopter has a carrier or will need to be purchasing a cardboard carrier. The fee will be included on the receipt with the adoption.

• If the adopter is approved, the adoption is completed in PetPoint and fees taken with a receipt generated.

• If adopter is a Palm Coast resident, complete & issue a Palm Coast License Tag then generate a receipt for the license.

• The adopter is provided the following paperwork: Copy of the Adoption Contract, Rabies Certificate and Tag Updated, Current Kennel Card, Free Vet Visit Handout, Microchip tag/sticker/paperwork, ShelterCare paperwork, Adoption Go Home Packet and a Bag of Science Diet Pet Food.

• The animal is brought to the adoption center and turned over to new owner!

Qualifications for an Animal to be Available for Adoption

Dogs: 1. OFF stray period, make sure NOT in protective custody, check with Operations Manager if you want to confirm these things. 2. Spayed or Neutered 3. Current Rabies Vaccination with certificate and tag (if over 3-4 months) 4. Current Annual Vaccinations 5. Has a Microchip 6. No Holds will be taken on puppies younger than 8 weeks.

Cats: 1. OFF stray period, protective custody, etc. 2. Spayed or Neutered (over 2 lbs) 3. Current Rabies Vaccination with certificate and tag (if over 3-4 months) 4. Current Annual Vaccinations 5. Has a Microchip 6. No Holds will be taken on kittens that are under 2 lbs. or younger than 8 weeks.

Go meet their pets

Our animals are available for adoption at 1 Shelter Drive
Palm Coast, FL 32137 from Tuesday through Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm and Sunday 11:00am – 4:00pm. We do frequent adoption outreach events outside of the Shelter and these are announced on our website, our Facebook page, and through the local media.

More about this shelter

Flagler Humane Society is a 501 (c)(3) corporation and has been in existence since 1980. We are Flagler County's only full service shelter taking in companion animals that have been abandoned, surrendered or in danger. We also are the Animal Control office for all of Flagler County except for Palm Coast. We do intake animals picked up by Palm Coast AC as well as the rest of Flagler County.

Our promise to every animal that comes through our doors is that we will give them the best possible opportunity to find a home through adoption, fostering, or transferring to a rescue group or other Shelter.

We do euthanize animals but only when there is not another option available to us or them. Most of our euthanasias are due to medical problems where it is the humane thing to do to end an animal's suffering or behavioral problems that mean that the animal is not adoptable.