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How To Adopt

If you see a dog that you are interested in on our website, please call our MUTT line (314) 306-MUTT (6888) Or email us for more information on that particular animal.

Dogs
Adoption Fee: $150
Includes:

  • Spay/Neuter
  • Microchip
  • UTD on Shots
  • Stool Test
  • Deworming (if necessary)
  • Heartworm Test

Cats
Adoption Fee: Varies

  • Includes:
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Microchip
  • UTD on Shots
  • Stool Test
  • Deworming (if necessary)
  • FeLuk/FIV Test

Bringing a new pet into your home is a very traumatic experience for your pet.
Imagine being taken from a known environment, even though it may be a bad one, and put into an unknown environment, even though it is probably much better. Add the stress of having to adapt to a new routine without being able to easily communicate with the new boss. Finally, remove the ability to reason that the situation will be better in the long run. Now, you have some idea of what your new pet is experiencing.

Whether you adopt from Mutts-n-Stuff, adopt from another rescue group or shelter, or even purchase from a reputable breeder, please give your new pet the time, understanding, and love s/he needs to make the realization that this new situation is a good one.

Since rescue groups mainly get animals from pounds and/or take in strays, it is very important that you give your newly adopted pet extra attention, so that s/he realizes there is no need to hoard and protect her/his resources (i.e. food, treats, toys, humans, space). We highly recommend crate training to give your new pet a “safe place” to go when things get too crazy. This also helps with house-breaking puppies or reinforcing it in dogs.

Once your new pet as acclimated herself/himself to the new environment, you’ll both have many years of happiness, love, and companionship together.

Your Full

Name

Age
Spouse Full

Name

Age
Full Address - Include
City & State
Which Animal Are You
Applying For?
Home Phone Work Phone
eMail Address
Employer Name Spouse Employer
Number of Children Age of Children

Is everyone
in the household in agreement about adopting a dog?
Name and Phone Number of
Your Homeowners Insurance Agent/Company


Please Describe Current
Living Situation

Contact Information for
Landlord" (if applicable)
What Type of Environment
is Your Home Located?
Besides Immediate Family
Are Other Residing In Your Home?
If others are living in your home besides immediate family please give details,
including names and ages
Does Your Home Have A
Yard?
Is Fence
Secured With Padlock?
If Yes is it
Fenced?
Is Fence
Secured Underground?
Type of Fence and Height

Adoption Information

Is Someone Home During
The Day?
If no, where will dog
stay?
Where Will Your Dog Be
Kept Most of The Time?
If Kept Outside, Will You
Have a Dog Run/House?
- Please Give Details Below
Where Will Your Dog Sleep
At Night?
Will You Take Dog To
Obedience Classes?
How Do You
Feel About Crating Your Dog?
Have You Ever Owned A
Dog?
Where Is that Dog Now?
Prefer Male or Female? Age Range Preferred?
Why Do You Want A Dog?
Used For Guard Dog? Years You Plan On keeping
Dog?
What Activities Do You
Plan On With Your Dog?
What Type of Traits Are
You Looking For In A Dog

Other Pet Information

Do You Own Other Pets? Other Pet Type?

(Please List Age, Sex and Breed)




Are All Pets
Spayed/Neutered?
Are All Pets Vaccinated?
Are All Pets on Heartworm
Prevention? What Type?


Willing To Pay For
Heartworm Test?
Veterinarian Name and Phone Number

If You Have Current Pets and Veterinarian Office Please List Pets
Name and Owners Name (On Record at Vet's Office)
If Applicable, when Was
Your Current Pets Last Visit?
List All Pets You Have
Had In The Past 10 Years and What Happened To Them.
List any Humane
Societies, Organizations, Breed or
Training Clubs You Are Associated With
We will attempt to
provide you with an honest evaluation of temperament on any dog we
have to place. Do you realized that often times the complete history
of a dog may not be known and you may encounter some behavioral
problems?
If Applicable, Are You
Willing To Help Work With Us To Correct These Issues?
Please Provide the Name,
Address and Phone Numbers of Three References
Additional Comments or
Concerns?

CERTIFICATION

By clicking the submit button below I certify that the information provided
on this form is true & correct. I am also financially and physically able
to care for this animal. I understand that proper food and veterinarian care
can be costly and I am able to meet these requirements.

Home checks are made on a random basis following or prior to adoption. If upon
inspection we find that information contained in this application to be false,
we retain the right to turn down or remove the animal from your premises
without a refund of moneys paid.

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