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Adopt

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, microchipping 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, or cash
Click here to see an adoption fee comparison.
     


DOGS FOR ADOPTION

Maximus
MaleI am a handsome Mastiff cross with an easy going personality. I do have Wobbler's Syndrome and therefore my walking and balance are impaired, but I am a happy boy. My vaccinations are all up to date and I have been neutered. Because of my disability I will need a home without stairs to negotiate and floors that are not slippery I have Special Requirements.

Max
MaleI'm Max, a neutered 9 year old Blue Heeler/ Lab cross. I love people, to play ball & go on walks. I've had some trauma in my life that has caused me to be fearful and aggressive towards other dogs. For this reason I have some special requirements (read more about me for details.) I'm a real sweetheart and with the right person I would make an awesome companion. Please give me a chance! I have Special Requirements.

Baxter
MaleHe is a two and a half year old pure bred chocolate lab, born April 22, 2016. He is a larger dog, approx. 95 pounds, very calm and lovable. He knows sit, shake a paw, lay down, off, speak and stop. But he doesn't know any commands when there are chickens around. He is good around kids, cats, small dogs, and everything but chickens. Baxter was hit by a car when he was just over a year old and tore his cruciate ligament in his right leg. I have been managing the pain/arthritis with monthly cartrophen injections and metacam. The ideal for him is surgery but I cannot afford to have this done for him. It is approx. $3000. Baxter is very calm for his age and is very loyal. He has lived with me in an apartment and has done well. He loves to swim and go for walks, his favorite toy is an antler to chew on. His shots are all up to date and he is neutered.

 

 
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