Reasons to Adopt

Bonding

Most rescue animals have had a rough start to life. Despite this, they truly blossom into loving, confident companions in the right environment. When treated kindly, rescue pets will form a lifelong bond with you and be forever grateful for their new happy life.

Temperament & Behavior Testing

There's a misconception that all rescue pets are problem pets, but this is not the case at all. So many cats and dogs rescued and adopted out have been ideal companion animals - they all just need a little time and routine to feel safe, secure, and loved before they come out of their shell.

What You See is What You Get

Most rescue animals have reached adulthood so you won't get any size, weight, or color suprises - what you see is what you get. This is great to know for people who live in a small house or who have a specific lifestyle that calls for a specific size of dog.

Knowing You've Helped

Knowing that you helped save just one of the many wonderful pet lives who would have otherwise been euthanized or put to death by some other means, gives you that warm fuzzy feeling that you want to share with others. Please help spread the word about the many advantages of rescuing a companion animal.

Training

Most rescue dogs have already been taught basic obedience and are working on being housebroken. Will you still have to committ time to training? Yes, just like you would with any dog. But you will be one step ahead if you decide to rescue! Cats adapt much more easily.

Veterinary Care

Most of our rescue pets have already been spayed or neutered before you'll ever meet them, making adopting a better choice if you have a limited budget. We also make sure our pets are current on their shots. It's always possible that health problems may arrise after adoption, but we try our best to prepare our pets for an easy, healthy transition into their adoptive forever home.