Age Requirements Most shelters and rescues will require you to be at least 18 years old to adopt a pet.
An adopted pet is every bit as loving, intelligent and loyal as a purchased pet, even if you get an adult or older animal. 5. When you adopt a pet from a rescue organization or adoption facility, you free up space for another homeless, abandoned, or stray pets.
You must be eighteen (18) years of age to adopt an animal from our shelter; this is because the adoption agreement is a legally binding agreement. To reclaim or adopt an animal a Driver's License, Georgia I. D. Card, Military I.D., or passport is required.
FAQ. How do I adopt a pet? Simply come to the shelter during regular adoption hours and meet with one of our adoption counselors. All adopters must be at least 18 years old, and adoptions must be done in person.
If possible, see how each dog behaves around other leashed dogs. Look for friendly greetings, wagging tails, and a playful demeanor. If all goes well, see how each dog takes a treat. Dogs older than a few months may know basic behaviours such as “sit” or “shake,” so ask for a quick sit and see what happens.
Adoption Requirements: Must be at least 18 years old, with a photo ID.
Of those states with laws, all but three (D.C., Virginia, and Wisconsin) require that a puppy be at least eight weeks old before being offered for sale.
The person applying must be 18 years of age or otherwise able to enter into a legal contract. The application and meet-and-greet does not guarantee adoption. Adoptions are at the discretion of the animal shelter staff.
Read more about our adoption fees. Adopters must be 18 years of age and have a valid photo ID with your current address.
There is a waiting period of four days before a stray animal is available for adoption (a pet that was relinquished by an owner is available for adoption without a waiting period).Regular Adoption Fees:
|Adult Dogs (4 months and older)||$102.00/$122.00 (with license for City residents)|
ADOPTION POLICY You must be 18 years of age or older. Cats and kittens must be taken home in a secured pet carrier. No declawing of kittens or cats.
So how to pick the right dog?
Many local animal shelters heavily rely on donations of bedding, duvets, blankets, pillows, cushions and towels to keep their furry friends warm.