Adult Dogs: $175
Adult Dogs Being Rehomed, fostered by owners: $100
Senior Dogs (age 7 and up): $100
Senior Dogs Being Rehomed, fostered by owners: $50
Dogs Adult-Bonded Pair (2 adult dogs): $300
Dogs Senior-Bonded Pair (2 senior dogs-ages 7 and older): $150
All dogs will be current on shots and be spayed or neutered unless they are too young or have a medical condition (too thin, undergoing heartworm treatment, etc) that would preclude their having the procedure done at the time of adoption. All Rose's Rescue dogs are heart worm tested, and micro chipped.
*Puppies or dogs that are not yet ready to be spayed or neutered (due to health reasons) MUST be fixed as soon as it is appropriate to do so. Adopters of these dogs will have a portion of their adoption fee refunded once the surgery has been done. We offer several options to additionally defray that expense.
Young Adult Cats: (1-3yrs) $65 for one. If adopting a second one at the same time, the adoption fee will be 1/2 off
Adult Cats: (4 yrs and older) $30
Adult Cats being Rehomed, fostered by owner: $50
Kittens: $100 for one. If adopting a second one at the same time, the adoption fee for the second kitten is $50
Cats are spayed or neutered and current on shots as per their age and are Aids and Feline Leukemia tested. Cats who are too young or infirmed in some way to be spayed or neutered at the time of adoption MUST be fixed as soon as it is appropriate to do so.
Rose’s Rescue is a firm advocate in NOT declawing cats and kittens. Anyone who adopts from us must agree to never have their feline declawed.
Senior for Seniors - 60 years and over program:
Senior Dogs $60
Senior Cats $6
If you are 60 years old or over and wish to adopt a senior pet, adoption fees may be reduced
Fill out online adoption application below:
ALL ADOPTERS MUST FILL OUT AN ONLINE APPLICATION TO BE CONSIDERED
**IF YOU HAVE A VETERINARIAN LISTED ON YOUR APPLICATION, PLEASE GIVE THEM A CALL AND GIVE PERMISSION TO RELEASE YOUR INFORMATION TO ROSE'S RESCUE. ALSO, KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR EMAIL FOR CONTACT FROM THE RESCUE!
Adopting a pet is a huge commitment! There are many aspects of pet ownership to consider before bringing a pet into your home for the rest of its life. Please click here for a list of questions you may want to ask yourself to make sure you are ready for this responsibility and to help you choose a dog that is well-suited to your lifestyle.
Puppies, in particular, require special consideration. It is recommended that they not go to a home where an owner is at work - or not present - for up to 8 - 9 hours each day. The longest they should be left alone is for 3 or 4 hours at a time during the first month or so after being adopted, and even that is a long time during the first few weeks after being weaned. Besides the fact that their bodies are not developed enough to “hold it” when they are this young, leaving them crated or unattended for hours on end will not offer them the love, attention, socialization, exercise, or training that they will need to become the adult dogs you want them to be for their lifetime - and a good part of your lifetime too.
**The first step to adopting an animal from Rose’s Rescue is to fill out the Online Adoption Application. (you will receive a confirmation message when application is submitted. Please check your emails and spam folders)
You will be contacted via your email, so please check for messages, and also check your spam folder!
We will be calling your veterinarian to confirm vet care histories for current and past pets of all applicants. In order to adopt from us, your other dogs and cats must be up to date (and have a good track record in the past) with annual vaccinations, be spayed or neutered, licensed as required by law, and dogs be on heartworm preventative care as appropriate. After your application has been reviewed, one of our volunteers will get in touch with you to further the process with a brief interview. Finally, the pet's foster parent will set up a time with you to come and meet the pet you're interested in. In some cases, a home visit may also be required. If all goes well, you will then sign an adoption contract, pay the adoption fee, and take your new pet home!