At Animal Allies we open our homes to all our animals and treat them as one of the family while they are in our care. We teach them the rules of the house, we snuggle with them, and we love them. Letting them go is hard, but it’s also rewarding to see them grow and bond with their new forever family.

When you have found a pet that you are interested in adopting please take the time to learn about the breed. The breed should be a good fit with your family to ensure a successful adoption.

Please be as thorough as possible and put a lot of thought into telling us what kind of qualities and characteristics you are looking for in a pet. Our goal is to match our pets to the perfect family for them. Pets may need different things from a home in order to be successful and happy.

After we receive and review your application, we will be in touch with you to tell you if your application was approved. If it is approved, the foster family of the pet you are interested in will contact you to discuss your application, answer any questions that you have and arrange a home visit.

Everyone who lives in your household should be there for the home visit. The foster parent will bring the pet to your home to meet your family and your current pets (if any), see how everyone interacts, and make sure you have a safe environment for the pet. Because they know the animal well, they will let you know if this pet is the right fit for your family.

We sometimes have multiple applicants for the same animal. Please remember that it is not “first come, first served,” rather it is the best fit for the animal. We take the responsibility of choosing the best home for our foster pets seriously.

If your family is approved to adopt you will have a two week “trial” period, in which the pet will live with your family. When the pet begins their trial period, you will sign a contract with the foster parent and pay the adoption fee. If at the end of the two week trial, you and the foster parent agree that the pet is a good fit for you, and you for the pet, then the adoption is finalized.

If for any reason during the trial period it is determined that the pet is not a good fit for you, or you for it, the foster parent will pick up the pet and your adoption fee will be refunded. Our goal is to find the perfect fit for you, as well as for all animals in our care.

The adoption fee includes all current shots, microchip, and a spay or neuter. We are also here to answer any questions you may have post adoption.

Adoption fees:
Dogs – $175 plus tax
Cats – $110 plus tax
Puppy (under 6 months) – $200 plus tax
Kitten (under 6 months) – $125 plus tax