ADOPTION & FOSTER
Adoption Requirements
  • Must be 21 years old
  • Must have positive vet check
  • All pets in the home must be up-to-date on vaccines & spayed/neutered unless medically excused with vet note
  • Renters must show proof of pet policy lease
  • Potential adopter must reply within 24 hours once notified or our adoption counselors will contact the next eligible applicant
  • Must have animal fixed when adopted or by 6 months of age.
How Much Does Adopting Cost?

DOGS
Discount: -$100 on 2 dogs

  • Under 1 year old = $400
  • Dogs 1 – 8 years old = $350
  • Senior Dogs 8+ years old = $250

CATS
Discount: -$50 on 2 cats

  • Under 1 year old = $150
  • Cats 1 year old – 8 years old = $125
  • Senior Cats 8+ years old = $100

Note: Adoption fees go towards the care of the animal (shots, getting them fixed) and any leftover goes to our special needs and medical babies.

Our Available Pets

DOGS
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Foster Requirements
  • Must be 21 years old
  • Must have positive vet check
  • All pets in the home must be up-to-date on vaccines & spayed/neutered unless medically excused with vet note
  • All animals in the home must be pet friendly 
  • Must live within 50 miles of the Metro Detroit area
What Is the Difference Between Adopting and Fostering?

Fostering means you’re taking a dog or cat into your home, but only temporarily — you’re basically letting them live with you until they find a forever home so they don’t have to stay at a shelter.

It’s an important part of the rescue process because it helps a dog become acquainted with how to live in a home, sometimes among other pets or children, which helps them get adopted when they’re ready!

Adopting, on the other hand, means you’re taking on the full responsibility of that animal — and the dog or cat is now yours forever!