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The adoption fee for cats/kittens and dogs/puppies includes a spay or neuter, deworming, physical exam, rabies and distemper vaccines, and a microchip. Dogs and puppies older than 6 months of age undergo a heartworm test and receive the first month’s heartworm pill as well. Cats and kittens undergo a leukemia test. New dog owners are issued a license for all Boston residents. Both puppies and kittens younger than 4 months of age may receive the remainder of their shots at the shelter. You will be required to fill out an application and sign a contract to adopt from the City of Boston. The 24- to 48-hour process is in place to ensure the most stable adoption for each pet and family.

Boston Dog Rescue has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Boston, MA.

Located next to the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s (ARL) Dedham Animal Care & Adoption Center, Pine Ridge Pet Cemetery is the oldest continuously operated pet cemetery by a humane society in the United States.

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Last Hope K9 Rescue has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Boston, MA. Boston Transport Volunteer: Volunteers are needed to provide ground transportation of healthy dogs, cats and other pets to and from our partner shelters and rescues helping them to find their loving forever homes! We are seeking people who are willing to volunteer their time, gas and vehicles to drive the animals. A valid driver’s license and own reliable insured personal vehicle is required. This is an on-call position, sometimes subject to short notice.

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Come shop under the big tent at the Save A Dog yard sale and help raise funds to continue the rescue and placement of dogs in need of homes!Additional parking is available at the Medical Center (corner of Boston Post Road and Horse Pond Road). There will be something for everyone includinghouse-wares and household items, furniture, sports equipment, vintage and collectibles, books, games and puzzles, toys, small electronics, holiday decorations, crafts,and, of course, a complete pet emporium including dog themed picture frames, mugs, plates, dog clothing and other doggie supplies.

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The friendly and caring staff provide a full range of high-quality outpatient services to pet owners in Greater Boston. All profits support the Animal Rescue League of Boston.
.The Animal Rescue League of Boston is committed to improving favorable outcomes for an increasing
number of animals through the promotion of accessible spay/neuter services and adoptions, the use of
foster homes, and the encouragement of responsible pet ownership