SPCA of Central Florida
the price includes spay/neuter surgery, preliminary shots, dewormer, physical exam, heartworm test for a dog and feline leukemia/feline AIDS test for a cat. PLEASE NOTE: As of September 1, 2007, the adoption fee (for all dogs and cats, regardless of age, breed, or size) will increase to $75. The increase will cover the cost of microchipping all adopted pets, along with the registration of the chip into a national database.
Foster Homes: Georgia state law requires certain standards, the most important of which is that all dogs adopted from a public shelter must be spayed or neutered. We adhere to that standard rigorously. With very rare exceptions, a dog you adopt from a Purebred Rescue foster home will already have had the procedure when you get it; if it has not, the operation must be performed within a period of thirty days from the date of the adoption.
FAQ - Policies & Procedures
This is similar to the answer to "Does he bite?" If a dog doesn't like cats, we won't place him in a home with cats. If a cat has a fear of dogs, the cat won't be placed in a home with dogs, etc. Our concern is what's best for animals. That applies to all animals. That includes the animals who are already a part of your family as well as the animals in our care. This is of particular concern with Siberian Huskies because they instinctually have a high prey drive.
The City of Lewisville offers dogs and cats for adoption on a first come first served basis. However, if more than one person wants to adopt the same animal when the shelter initially opens, a drawing is held to determine who will adopt the animal. Animals adopted from the City animal shelter are required to be spayed or neutered. To adopt an animal from the City animal shelter: You must be at least 18 years of age.
If ingested, make sure the pieces pass in the pet's bowel movement. If nothing passes within 24-48 hours or the animal seems uncomfortable, contact your vet and let them know of the incident.
IA DNR: Avian Flu FAQ
Yes - Although rare cats have been infected by the H5N1 avian influenza virus. Dogs at this time have not been found infected with the H5N1 avian influenza virus, however other mammals have become infected and it is thought dogs could also become infected.
LouisvilleKy.gov - Animal Ordinances - Animal Ordinance FAQ
Please refer to the list provided on Metro Animal Services website). An application can also be downloaded from the Metro website.
Frequently Asked Questions
Call the Oakland Pet Adoption Center at 248-391-4102 to find out if the pet has been reported missing. If so, you will be given the name and phone number of the possible owner. If you wish to keep the pet for a few days to see if the owner turns up, you should leave a found report at the Pet Adoption Center. Otherwise, you can bring the pet to the center or request that the pet be picked up.
City of Rock Island, Illinois - Frequently Asked Questions
All Rock Island County residents should obtain their pet registration tags from Rock Island County Animal Care and Control. Pet tags may be purchased at the county animal shelter located at 4001 - 78th Avenue in Moline, or by calling (309) 558-3483 and requesting a tag by mail. Pet owners must have a copy of a current rabies vaccination certificate to buy a tag.
CPCRN : Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. It is preferable for the adoptive family to travel to the foster home to adopt the dog. Occasionally, the adoptive family and the foster caregiver will each travel part of the way and meet in between at a specified location. Of course, this will depend upon the schedule of the foster caregiver and his/her ability to travel. Not all foster homes can travel to transport their foster dogs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Cat lovers with multi-cat homes frequently joke, "What's one more?" It's true that having two or three cats generally doesn't cost much more than having just one and after a short adjustment period, your cat will appreciate the company. Cats are independent creatures, but when they have an owner that works all day, sometimes they need their own companion to liven things up.
FAQ For Vegetrial World
Neither is a vegan by nature -- dogs are omnivores, and cats are carnivores. While both dogs and cats belong to the class carnivora, this doesn't mean a lot, so does the panda bear and they are near vegan. By nature cats and dogs wouldn't eat anything like what is commonly found in a can of pet food either. Special diets must be provided for cats, as they require an amino acid called taurine -- found in the muscles of animals.
No. You are welcome to come to the shelter at any time during business hours and see our pets available for adoption. Our business hours are 11-3 Tuesday through Friday and 1-4 on Saturday. Also, all of our pets are available to view at any time on this web site by clicking the "Our Pets" link at the top of each page. Each pets' bio includes at least one photo and all of the information we have on that specific pet.
Mole Control: Trapping, Removal, and Prevention
Though moles rarely come above ground, it is a possibility, and your dog or cat may want to play with the mole. Because of mole illnesses, a mole lurking on your property can pose a danger to domestic dogs and cats. Your dog or cat will likely be tempted to dig moles to the surface in your yard, which will also cause more lawn damage.
F&l Pet Resort Inc.,Dog,Cat,Bird and small pet boarding, Hol...
Sorry, but dogs and cats are boarded in separate areas of the facility. A cat in the dog area would probably be very scared of all the strange dogs and vise versa.
CPCRN : Frequently Asked Questions
All of our foster homes are volunteers who have families, jobs, and dogs of their own. Often, they have more than 1 foster Cairn in their care. In order to reduce their workload, visits and phone calls from applicants who are not yet approved to adopt a dog are not permitted. Once you have completed the approval process and are approved to adopt one of our Cairns, you will be put in touch with the foster home to discuss the dog you're interested in adopting.