Adoptable Dogs | Arizona Animal Welfare League

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Thank you for browsing our available dogs for adoption. Home ‘Fur’ Good rescues dogs from Maricopa County Animal Care & Control, as well as other animal control facilities throughout Arizona. The list of dogs shown below may not be complete as we take in new dogs regularly, so please visit our shelter to see available dogs on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 11am to 4pm. We also have dogs available for adoption at the Shea/Tatum PetSmart near Paradise Valley on Sundays from 11am to 4pm.
Valley of the Sun Dog Rescue has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Mesa, Arizona.
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Arizona Small Dog Rescue is a non profit registered 501(c)3 no kill rescue shelter. We are a group of volunteers who have dedicated our lives to rescuing and saving homeless, unwanted, abandoned, neglected, and abused small dogs and cats too. We save most of our animals from kill shelters around the valley, but also accept owner surrenders and stray surrenders. Owner surrender fee’s vary depending on space and availability. We spay/neuter, vaccinate, medically examine, microchip, and evaluate and/or socialize all dogs and cats that come into our rescue before placing up for adoption to pre-screened homes. We rescue many dogs and cats every week and always have a wide variety of personalities and breeds available who would be a perfect fit for any family and any home. BB's Honor has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Peoria, Arizona.
Photo provided by FlickrDewey Dog Rescue has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in dewey, Arizona.
Photo provided by Flickr2nd Chance Dog Rescue has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Queen Creek, Arizona.
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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? We’re so happy you’re looking for a pet to join your family! The Humane Society of Southern Arizona has many wonderful dogs, cats and others looking for a loving home. If you have questions about any of the pets you see below, please call an adoption counselor at 327-6088, ext. 173. Or, you can email them at .Arizona Small Dog Rescue is here to help homeless and unwanted animals get a new chance at a happy life. We spay/neuter, vet check, vaccinate, and microchip all pets before adopting them into forever pre-screened homes. The Arizona Humane Society’s dog adoption kennels are full. In order to find forever homes for the dogs, puppies, cats and kittens in our care and to help free up space, AHS is hosting a 72-hour Adoption Fever Special in which adoption fees are discounted up to $125 off.