Complete an Admissions Application
Please complete and submit an animal admissions form for the location you would like to bring your animal to.
Your Application Will be Reviewed
After you complete and submit your admissions application, we will reach out to ask you a couple simple questions about the animal including why you’re looking to surrender the animal (behavioral, medical, change in lifestyle) to see if we can provide you a resource such as behavioral advice.
If Your Application is Accepted
If we can accept your animal, we will then schedule you an appointment to bring in your animal. We will do our best to admit your animal into our care, but we cannot make any guarantee of being able to accept any animal. Additionally, the timing of your appointment will vary depending on the type of animal you are looking to surrender and other upcoming intakes we might have already scheduled. If we cannot admit your animal or admit your animal in a time frame that works for you, we can provide you with contacts of other groups who might be able to assist you.
Our appointments are scheduled Monday through Sunday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
What Will My Appointment Be Like?
On your appointment day, we ask that you bring:
- Your valid Driver’s License or State ID.Any veterinary paperwork and any medications the animal is on.
- You are also welcome to bring a familiar toy or something with a familiar scent on it to help the animal adjust once in our facility.
Your appointment will last approximately 30 minutes. During this time we will go over the animal surrender form with you which includes information about your pet and his/her behavior. We will also have you fill out paperwork to release the animal into our care.
There will be a $50 surrender fee due at your appointment to help offset the cost of feeding, housing, and veterinary services that we will provide for your surrendered pet.
After this is completed, we will take your animal into our admissions department and set them up with cozy blankets, toys, food and water. However, once the animal is admitted into our care, we will not be able to update you on their status.