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My friend M., who looked into getting a family dog when her children were 6 and 9, had a similarly vexing experience. After she and her husband decided rescue was the right thing to do, they looked online and found a mutt named Rusty. Rusty’s rescue group was having an adoption day and the family made the long drive to see him. Adopters were told not to mingle with the animals, but that specific dogs would be brought to them. While Rusty was otherwise engaged, M. asked if they could look at some of the other dogs but almost all were declared not suitable for children. As the family waited, the children sat on the ground and started writing in the dirt with sticks. A volunteer came over, alarmed. He reprimanded them, saying that if a dog sees a stick in a person’s hand it will expect that stick to be thrown, and it’s not fair to frustrate a dog.
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Sweet, smart, playful and determined, Joey was born with only two functional legs, but that does not bother her one little bit. She's a 1-year-old Chihuahua mix who was born in an agricultural field (her mother Andie is also on the web) and was raised in foster care. Joey enjoys playing with her puppy friends and gets where she needs to go by scooting or by hopping on her strong hind legs. She now has a doggie cart and is getting used to using it. A carpeted, single-level home would be best for her. Joey is looking to share a lifetime of love with a special adopter - California residents only. She'd love a similar sized dog playmate in the household. . For more about meeting or adopting Joey, Sponsored By: Sean and Belleau Adley in honor of all that have come before, and those still yet to come with love in our hearts; Jeannie Santos, in memory of Mom and in honor of Nancy Greeley, who loved and supported animals in need; The Patino Pack Online Search Illinois Dogs & Cats Available for Adoption
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Photo provided by FlickrYou can view our adoptable Cats & Dogs online, or you are welcome to visit our adoption center during normal visitation hours
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AFRP only adopts out dogs that have been spayed/neutered. The adoption fee is $200-$300. The adoption fee helps to cover the cost of the care the animal has received, including spay/neuter, vaccines, microchipping, deworming, and flea treatment. Adopters are encouraged to take their new AFRP dog to one of our participating vets for a free wellness check (see list of ).Many adoption agreements also have a provision mandating that if things don’t work out with the pet, you must return it to the group rather than find it another home. Let’s call this the . The comedian adopted a Brussels Griffon named Iggy that just couldn’t get along with her cats. DeGeneres gave it to her hairdresser, who has two daughters, then aged 11 and 12, and Iggy basked in the love fest. Then someone from the group called to check in with DeGeneres on how Iggy was doing. She told them about the new arrangement. Not only was DeGeneres in breach of contract, the group didn’t want Iggy living with any children under age 14. They confiscated the dog.Fill your life with wags and wiggles! Milo is a cheerful 2-year-old, 10-pound Chihuahua/Dachshund mix with one ear that goes up, and one that flops down - very cute! Milo loves to go for walks and trots right along without pulling on the leash. This smart boy knows how to sit for a treat, and is eager to learn more! Milo came to AFRP from the Monterey County Animal Shelter and he's ready for his forever home. He's a fun and fabulous little companion dog and gets along nicely with other dogs. Milo is not fond of small children and prefers an adult-only household. For more about meeting or adopting Milo,
Our adoption fees range from $0 to $150. Upon entry at our shelters, most dogs are given a 4-in-1 vaccination, Bordetella vaccination and flea/tick treatment. Adopted dogs ages three months of age and older also receive a rabies vaccination and County dog license/tag as part of their adoption fee. Cat s receive a 3-in-1 vaccination when they arrive at our shelters (cats are not required to be rabies vaccinated or licensed in Maricopa County).

All animals adopted from Maricopa County Animal Care & Control must be spayed or neutered prior to leaving the shelter. If the cat or dog you adopt has not yet been altered, he/she may need to stay an extra day or two for surgery.

In recognition and appreciation of U.S. veterans' service to our country, MCACC's Pets and Vets program waives adoption fees for pets adopted by veterans. Adopters participating in the Pets and Vets program will be responsible for paying the $17 license fee for adopted dogs (there is no fee for cats). Veterans wishing to participate in the Pets and Vets program are asked to provide verification of veteran, reservist or active duty status. We will accept the following verification documents: Military ID, DD214 Military Discharge Certificate, Honorable Discharge Certificate, Letter for the U.S. Military Center in St. Louis or Letter from the Maryland Veterans Administration Service Program.

Our shelters take in nearly 100 animals every single day. If you are looking for a specific breed or type of animal, it is best to visit our shelters in person. Once you've found a pet you'd like to adopt, our staff and volunteers will ask you to spend some time in one of our Get Acquainted areas with your potential pet. If it's a match, you'll be asked to complete an adoption application and a short questionnaire. You do not need to be an Arizona resident to adopt from MCACC, but you must complete the adoption in person and we are unable to provide transportation for your newly adopted dog or cat. Did you know you can view our available pets online?