Download dog or cat adoption application, print, and bring completed form to the shelter with you when you come to meet the animals. A completed application can also be emailed to us (we can only accept PDF files via email. All applications need to be physically signed or have an electronic signature verified by a third-party service. Word documents, jpeg files, text files, or other formats will not be processed.) or faxed to the shelter at 715-232-9795.
What’s With All the Questions?
So you want to adopt a pet. Congratulations! We can’t tell you how much we appreciate you giving one of our beloved critters a second chance!
Here’s the thing: We’re going to ask you a lot of questions. You may feel like you’re getting the third degree. We’ll probably ask things like: Does your house have a fenced yard? Do you have young children? Who’s going to be your pet’s primary caregiver? Do you have a veterinarian? Who put the bop in the bop shoo bop? OK, we’ll probably skip that last one… but we may ask others.
Don’t take it personally! It’s not about you. We’re sure you’re great—after all, you want to ADOPT!
We take good care of our animals, and we want to make sure they’ll go to good, permanent homes. So when we ask you questions, please don’t hold it against us! You’re probably going to give your new pet the best home ever—but not everyone is as awesome as you are. Really, see all the animals here? They didn’t appear out of nowhere. Some of them were neglected. Some of them were abused. But most of them just didn’t quite fit in their old homes—at least not well enough to ensure they’d stay there forever. We want to make sure all animals in our care find homes that last forever this time. So if we ask you a lot of questions, try to remember: We’re asking because we care, about the pet and about you. We’re trying to make matches that last a lifetime. So if we ask you some personal stuff, just think of the furry tail and the big eyes of the animal you’ve fallen for, and be patient with us!
It’s totally worth the trouble!
- Dogs and Puppies are $160 (tax included)
Any un-altered puppy is required to be altered by 6 months of age
- Cats & Kittens are $80 (tax included)
Any un-altered kitten is required to be altered by 6 months of age
All pets adopted through us will be spayed or neutered (if old enough), vaccinated, de-wormed, have a clear fecal test, snap tested, microchipped, and have a vet examination.