Save a life and adopt a shelter pet!
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second class animals make first class pets

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. It involves finding out a little about you and your home, visiting with the animals and talking with one of the animal shelter professionals or their foster parents. After you have met and decided which amazing animal you would like to adopt, we will ask that you fill out an application.  Applications are available at the shelter; they must be completed in full and returned to the shelter office. If you are unable to make it to the shelter, please contact us here or on Facebook and we will send you an application. 

Please note that we do not do meet and greets with shelter pets and home pets without an approved adoption application.

After your application is accepted, you can expect:

  • To be called for an interview and a home visit will be scheduled at that time.
  • To have a meet and greet scheduled if you currently own other pets. This will ensure that your family members will all get along with your new addition and can be done at the shelter if preferred. All pets must have proof of vaccination.

We do not do same day adoptions without a pre-approved adoption application!

The adoption fee is $195 for dogs, and $250 for puppies 6 months of age and younger. The adoption 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). Puppies will also be wormed. Puppies are able to go home once they are 10 weeks of age.

The adoption fee is $125 for a cat, or $175 for a bonded pair. The adoption fee includes the spay/neuter, microchip, FIV/FeLV testing, Rabies vaccination, distemper shots, worming, nail trim and flea treatment (if necessary). Kittens are able to go home once they are 10 weeks of age. Please note that all of our cats, if any are available, are in foster homes!

Payment can be made by cash or check only 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.

adopt a shelter pet cost of vetting

For the health and safety of
our community

Visits to the shelter are by appointment only.