Save a life and adopt a shelter pet!
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Adopting a shelter pet from Regional SPCA is an easy process which will help you find the dog or cat that is perfect for you and your family.
OUR ADOPTION PROCESS HAS CHANGED DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS.The first step is to fill out an online application. Only after an application is accepted will we make an appointment for you and your family to come meet the animal(s) you are interested in adoption.
Important information to know prior to completing an application
- We will not put animals “on hold” for anyone for any reason
- We will require you to bring your resident dog(s) to the shelter for a meet and greet of any dog you intend to adopt
- When you come to the shelter to meet a dog, come prepared to meet outside as our shelter is too small to facilitate meetings inside. Proper footwear and clothing is suggested for the current weather.
- Please be patient while we schedule meetings. There are select volunteers who are allowed to handle such meets and we may not be able to schedule something right away.
- Cats and kittens are able to go home the same day if your application is approved and there are no other pets in your home. Please come prepared to take your new pet home. Please ask us what you will need if you are unsure.
- Dogs are not sent home the same day you come to meet them. We do this so that you and your family as well as the adoption staff have time to consider the meet and the application and make sure we are doing what is best for the dog rather than bouncing them from place to place. If ultimately approved, you would be scheduled to come pick the dog up for a trial adoption where you will have up to 2 weeks to make a decision on officially adopting or bringing the dog back to the shelter.
$325: Puppies under 6 months old can go home as soon as they are 10 weeks or older. The adoption fee includes the spay/neuter (scheduled at the time of adoption if under 6 months), microchip, Rabies vaccination, 5-in-1 vaccination (against canine distemper, canine hepatitis, adenovirus, parainfluenza, and parvovirus), Lyme vaccination, Bordetella vaccination, worming, nail trim and flea treatment (if necessary).
$250: Dogs 6 months and older. Fee includes the spay/neuter, microchip, heart worm testing (our dogs are on heartworm preventative when they leave the shelter), Rabies vaccination, 5-in-1 vaccination (against canine distemper, canine hepatitis, adenovirus, parainfluenza, and parvovirus), Lyme vaccination, Bordetella vaccination, nail trim and flea treatment (if necessary).
$125 ($175 bonded pair): Cats and kittens. Fees include the spay/neuter, microchip, FIV/FeLV testing, Rabies vaccination, distemper shots, worming, nail trim and flea treatment (if necessary).
All cats and kittens available are in foster homes and not at the shelter.
Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card and is due prior to or at the time of adoption.
Pilot would like to remind you why adopting a shelter pet is awesome.
1. It’s way cheaper than buying a puppy or kitten. Your new furry family member come fully vetted, fixed, microchipped, and ready to cuddle their way into your heart.
2. You’re bringing a super awesome animal into your life who will love you forever (more than they already do)
3. You making space for another animal that needs a safe space as they wait to find their home.
We DO NOT adopt on a "first come, first served" basis.
To be considered as an adopter, you must:
- Be 21 years of age or older and have identification showing present address.
- Be willing and able to invest the time and money required to provide proper care for the animal. The estimated annual cost to care for a healthy pet is over $600.00.
- Be prepared to pay an adoption fee of $250.00 for dogs and $325 for puppies (6 months and under), and $125 for cats. Adoption fees are non-refundable.
- Consent to reference checks (veterinary and personal) and home visits.
- Complete application and sign required contracts upon acceptance of application. Foster-to-adopt (aka trial adoptions) are encouraged before finalizing an adoption.
- Understand that, if for any reason contractual obligations are not met, ownership of the animal will revert to Fulton County Regional SPCA, Inc. If for any reason the pet has to be “given up,” it is to be returned to Fulton County Regional SPCA, Inc.
- Submission of any application is not a guarantee of being approved to adopt any animal.
Please allow us two weeks to process your application.