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ADOPTION FEES

The following services are provided to each pet before adoption:

Health examination

Heartworm Disease Test

Vaccines (DHPP, Bordetella, Rabies)

Rabies Vaccination (3-4 months & older)

Transportation (outside of TX)

Microchip and registration

Flea & Tick Treatment

Heartworm Prevention

Spaying/Neutering

Health certification

Adoption package 

Fecal Exam 

Deworming


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DOG ADOPTION FEE:

TEXAS FEES:

  • Puppies + Young Dogs: $85-120 

  • Adult Dogs: $75-100 

  • Senior Dogs: $60-80 

OUT-OF-STATE:

  • Puppies + Young Dogs: $450-700

  • Adult Dogs: $550-750

  • Senior Dogs: $500-650

Our adoption fee varies per animal depending on age, breed, and medical and/or behavioral conditions.

ADOPTION FEE INFO:

Our adoption fee would vary depending on factors such as age, breed, and medical or behavioral conditions. These variables can significantly impact the care and resources needed for each individual animal.

By tailoring the adoption fee to these factors, we can ensure that the fee covers the necessary expenses associated with the animal's care while also providing our potential adopters with transparency regarding what they can expect when adopting a particular animal. Our approach helps set realistic expectations and ensures adopters are aware of any additional needs or considerations that may come with the animal they are interested in.

It's important to remember that adoption fees typically cover the cost of veterinary care, vaccinations, spaying/neutering, microchipping, and any other necessary medical treatments. Additionally, they often contribute to our rescue's overall operation and maintenance.

We understand some potential adopters may be concerned about the cost of adoption, but we always convey the value of the services provided and the care invested in each animal. We also hope there is more understanding that these adoption fees help support the rescue organization's mission and enable them to continue saving and caring for more animals in need.

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