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This website, as well as PAWS Publication flyer lists PAWS shelter pets that are available for adoption, pets being fostered by PAWS, and privately owned pets needing to be rehomed.  PAWS tries to ensure that all shelter and foster pets are vet-checked, vaccinated, and spayed or neutered (when old enough) before they are adopted.  PAWS cannot guarantee the health of pets privately owned and listed with PAWS.  We urge new adopters to obtain health information when adopting a pet. We recommend having new pets vet-checked within 48 hours of adoption. 

GENERAL ADOPTION FEES

Dogs $200
Puppies $250
This includes vet check, vaccination and a $45.00 voucher at Creston Veterinary if they are not already spayed/neutered.
Cats $120
Kittens $120
This includes vet check, vaccinations and a $45.00 voucher at Creston Veterinary if they are not already spayed/neutered
   
Adoption fees must be paid on collection of the pet by cheque, cash, debit or etransfers.
Click here to see an adoption fee comparison.

NEW!  ADOPTION FORMS MAY NOW BE COMPLETED ON THE COMPUTER!
Note: 'Open in Adobe Acrobat' if you want to be able to save your information. The application form will re-open in Adobe Acrobat.  If you choose to download the fillable application form to your computer first, when you do open the application, you must right-click the icon first, then select the option to open in Adobe Acrobat.

CAT Adoption Form      DOG Adoption Form    OTHER Pet Adoption Form

DOGS FOR ADOPTION

Max
MaleDOB: 1/22/2009. This beautiful boy is a healthy, happy 11-year-old black Lab X. When it comes to people, Max wins everybody's heart. So why is he still with us you ask? Well, he can get quite anxious around other dogs. Sometimes he just barks, but sometimes he may show some aggressive behaviour. Because of his anxiety PAWS had to categorize him as having 'special requirements'. For many people, these special requirements would totally fit their lifestyle and what they could offer Max. Ideally, quiet country life, no other pets, a secure environment, great companionship, and a nice warm bed to sleep in. We know that home is out there, but until we can find that for him, we continue to keep him as happy as possible. If you know you have the perfect home for Max, please contact the shelter to arrange to meet him. A PAWS Director would be happy to talk with you more about him. I have Special Requirements.