Pre-Adoption Application
Heaven Can Wait, online Pre-Adoption Application to adopt a pet!

READ INTRODUCTION BEFORE APPLYING
DO NOT APPLY UNLESS YOU ARE READY TO IMMEDIATELY ADOPT THE PET.

Heaven Can Wait prides itself in being very responsible in adopting dogs and cats. We do not adopt on the spot. We do require a dog applicant to be a homeowner or have permission to have a pet written into a lease. We do check real estate records. We do require potential adopters to be responsible pet owners, and will perform a Vet check to make sure your pets are properly Vetted. Pets can live 15+ years, and we attempt to place them in "forever homes". Heaven Can Wait is a highly respected organization in the Veterinary profession for our thoroughness and not taking the easy adoption route of passing out pets like candy.

We do NOT guarantee a dog to be housebroken.

SERIOUS APPLICATIONS ONLY. Do not apply for a pet from Heaven Can Wait unless you are aware of the application process, which may take up to week. Some are able to be approved the next day. We will notify you of the status. You will not be approved the same day, and if you cannot wait for your application to be processed, then do not apply.

If approved, you MUST be able to meet and adopt the pet the within 3 days. We DO NOT hold pets.

Once you have applied, please notify your Veterinarian's office that Heaven Can Wait will be contacting them for a Vet reference. We check to see if your current or previous dogs are spayed or neutered, regularly heartworm tested and kept on heartworm preventative, and are current on vaccines. Cats should have been spayed or neutered, tested for FIV and feline leukemia, and current on vaccines.

Processing the Pre-Adoption Application requires numerous steps, which require alot of time. Do NOT fill out the Pre-Adoption Application unless all family members are in agreement about potentially adopting a Heaven Can Wait pet.
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