Adopt a Pet - Dog & Cat Finder | PetSmart Charities

Your Home: Before you adopt a dog, think about where you live. If you’re renting, does your property manager allow pets? Is there a pet deposit? Is there a limit on size or number of pets? Think about how you’ll exercise a dog and give it potty breaks. Do you have a fenced yard, or will you need to walk your dog every time it needs to go outside?

Another great perk? All of this is included in your new pet’s adoption fee:

Every Tuesday OHS offers an adoption special for people age 60 and up. A select group of approximately 20 pets (cats and dogs) will be to seniors at no charge every Tuesday.

Adopt a Pet - Austin Pets Alive!

The  group facilitates the adoptions of senior pets that have been displaced from their homes. Since 1927, Berkeley Humane has united over 45,000 once-homeless pets with loving and
committed adopters. When you adopt an animal from Berkeley Humane, not only will
you be sure that your pet is a great match for you and your family, but you will also
know you have helped to make an impact on animal overpopulation in the East Bay.

Great Plains SPCA - Adoptable Pets

Nearly every PetSmart® store has adoptable pets available each weekend. Many centers have both dogs and cats available. Please use our store locator to . Be sure to call ahead to confirm availability.

How to Adopt a Dog - Austin Pets Alive!

You must have an approved application before you meet any of our pets, so please allow plenty of time to fill out and talk with an adoption counselor about the kind of pet you’re looking for (Please note that you must be 21 years of age to adopt). To save time, you can complete our online application and submit it before you come or download a copy to bring with you. If you see a pet you are interested in, be sure to note his or her name on your application.
The adoption fee includes spay or neuter, microchip and microchipregistration and all vaccinations appropriate for the pet's age. Adoption fees vary by species. There may be a charge for pain medication and an e-collar if the pet has not already been spayed/neutered.