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Sanctuary One

13195 Upper Applegate Road, Jacksonville, OR 97530

Contact
Email colleen@sanctuaryone.org
Phone (541) 899-8627
cats, birds, dogs, farm animals & horses at Sanctuary One

Areas Sanctuary One serves

Primarily Southern Oregon and Northern California, although we are happy to consider adopting to people from other areas as well.

Sanctuary One's adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

After your application has been submitted we will contact you to talk about the animal that you wish to adopt.

3.

Approve Application

After determining if you and the animal that you wish to adopt are a good fit, we will let you know if your application has been approved.

4.

Meet the Pet

After an approved application we will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with the pet you wish to adopt.

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

Adopters are welcome to take the pet home the same day as the meet and greet if all previous steps are completed.

Additional adoption info

Most, but not all, of the Sanctuary's animals are available for adoption because the more animals we adopt out, the more endangered animals we can take in.

Every animal adopted from Sanctuary One comes with a lifetime promise. If something happens and you can no longer care for the animal you adopt, he or she is always welcome back at the Sanctuary.

Each animal available for adoption has been evaluated by a veterinarian and is current on vaccinations. They’ve also undergone a basic behavioral assessment and have had their diets evaluated and specialized as needed.

In addition, our staff provides free telephone/email counseling for all adopters. If you have any questions or concerns about your adopted animal, contact us and we'll do our very best to help you.

More information:
https://sanctuaryone.org/rescue-animals/adopt-us/

Adoption application

About Sanctuary One

Sanctuary One at Double Oak Farm is a nonprofit care farm where people, animals, and the earth work together for mutual healing.

Care farming (also known as green care, farm care, or farming for health), is well established in Europe, but is a relatively new concept in the United States.

Sanctuary One demonstrates how farming for health can be a cheap, natural, and effective means of healing people; how animals can be treated humanely and honored for their intrinsic physical and spiritual value; and how the environment that sustains us all can be steadily improved through organic and permaculture-inspired farming practices.

Sanctuary One's adopted pets

Make a donation to Sanctuary One to help homeless pets find homes