Please consider following us on FaceBook as we can post far more photos of our adoptable dogs/puppies on it. https://www.facebook.com/New2Urescue/ I also recommend clicking on PetFinder link when you open up shortened description of dog/puppy. The full listing on Petfinder will provide further information.
- Puppy to 1 year of age: $275 to $350
- 1 year to 6 years of age: $250
- 6 years to 8 years of age: $200
- Over 9 years of age: Adoption fee varies
We take every effort to ensure the health of the animal and you will receive a copy of all vet work performed. All adopted dogs are:
- Treated for worms,
- Heartworm tested (if age appropriate),
- Treated for fleas/ticks,
- Examined by veterinarian,
- Receive age appropriate vaccinations.
None of the dogs in our rescue live in a shelter. All of the dogs live in volunteer foster homes so that we can assess what type of home would be most suitable for our foster dogs. Our goal is to find the best match between the adopter and the foster dog to ensure the dog has a home for life and will not have to be moved again.
Existing Pets in Adopter’s Home
If you have any existing animals in your home, we require that they are current on veterinary care, spayed or neutered, and that you allow us to confirm this with your veterinarian prior to adopting an animal from our rescue.
Meet and Greet
We arrange for meet and greet in a public place when you first meet our foster pets. If that goes well, then we will contact your veterinarian , if you have existing animals, to confirm veterinary care. The next step is a visit to your home with the foster dog. This is to ensure that he/she gets along well with everyone that lives in your home and that it is a safe environment for the dog. A home visit is required before any adoption can take place. We try to arrange the final adoptions on a day when the family is home from work or school so that time your family can spend time with the dog before the next work week starts.
Our rescue is made up of 100% volunteers. It may a few days for one of our volunteers to respond to your request/question. The first application we receive is not always the home who gets the adoption. We determine which home is best home for the dog. If we receive multiple applications for same dog, and all are great matches, then we go with first application. If you do not get the dog you applied for it is not a judgment of your home but more often due to multiple applications or the dog may not be right for your home or situation.
Some dogs will require fenced in yard and some will not. If there are specific needs for the animal, they will be listed in the write-up. We will not adopt out to anyone looking for a dog that will be left outside unattended; would use prong collars or e-collars for training.