Giving Tuesday 2023: Benefitting animals with extraordinary medical needs
Giving Tuesday (11/28) is coming up!
Benefitting the Wilbur Memorial Fund for animals with extraordinary medical needs.
When you adopt an animal from A.D.O.P.T., you save a life and a space opens up which will welcome another great dog or cat and save its life. In addition, besides the obvious advantage of saving a life you also get a chance to find a companion who is a good match for your personality and lifestyle. You will work with trained and experienced adoption counselors who are familiar with the animals and will help you to choose the best pet for your particular situation. We get a tremendous variety of animals: purebreds, mixed breeds, all ages, sizes, colors, and personalities. This will allow you to have the most options when adopting your new lifelong pet.
All of our animals are vet checked, spayed or neutered, current on their vaccinations, microchipped for identification; dogs are tested for heartworm and cats for FIV and Feline Leukemia. We also screen our animals for behavior problems. Even with the best-behaved animal, however, you should expect to go through a period of adjustment as your pet becomes used to a new home, family, and routine. No animal, no matter where it comes from, is problem free or comes with a health and behavior guarantee, but if you’re prepared to provide your new family member with some time, training, and patience, your reward will be a loving companion.