Pyr Paws N Fluffy Tails Rescue Adoption App
This application will help us figure out what you are looking for in your new dog, but also help us figure out if your home is the right fit for one of our dogs. Please note that filling out this application does not guarantee you one of our dogs. Please also be sure you are ready for a new dog, and have checked out the "Resources for Adopters" on our website.

Effective as of May 1, 2019:
Adoption fee for adults is $225
Adoption fee for Puppies (below 6 months) is $275
Adoption fee for Seniors (7 years and above) is $150

Adults and Seniors will have received their DHLPP, Rabies, Bordatella shots. They will be micro-chipped, they will be heart-worm tested, ehrlichia tested, have a fecal done, be de-wormed, be spayed/neutered, and will be current on their heart-worm and flea/tick prevention. They will also come with all their vet records, a collar and our PPFT tag.

Puppies will have received two sets of puppy shots, two sets of worming, and their bordatella shot. If old enough, they will have also had their rabies. They will be micro-chipped, and will be started on flea/tick and heart-worm prevention. They will also come with all their vet records and a collar with our rescue tag. Their fee also includes their spay/neuter.


*YOU MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO ADOPT FROM US*

*Please take note that this is a rescue dog and we don't know the dogs past. Most of these dogs have been starved at one point or another in their life, and had hardships. It is important that any adopter realizes that their new rescue dog may have some food aggression, resource guarding issues, a relapse in being potty trained, separation anxiety, etc. The behaviors listed about the dog you are interested in are directly from the foster and how she/he acts in their home, however your household routine may be different and it is important that you be aware that the dog may act differently in your home. Our fosters do their best to teach the dog manners and prepare them for adoption, but the fact of the matter is that these are rescue dogs and the adopter needs to be willing to work with the dog. Two to three days is NOT long enough for the dog to fully adjust and learn the routine. There is no such thing as a perfect dog, and if you are not prepared to work with your new dog we advise AGAINST adopting one. It is not good for either you or the dog if you are not willing to do everything possible before giving up on the dog. They are not stuffed animals that can just be passed around, like people they thrive on stability. These dogs have been through enough and their new adoptive home should be their forever home.
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