FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You must be 18 years old to adopt an animal. There are contracts you must sign.
Our adoption fees include:
- Feeding and caring for animals at our facility
- Examination by Board Certified Veterinarian
- Heartworm Test
- Microchipped Identification
- Up to Date on Shots
- Current on Flea Preventatives
That varies. You can fill out your adoption application online before you visit All4Paws, that way if we have any questions we can take care of that before you come in. After the application is approved you come in and meet your new family member. We will have you sign a contract and go over some information and you and your new family member are on your way.
Our animals come from a variety of places. We will pull from high kill shelters mostly, people who have had to surrender their pets, or animals that have been lost or abandoned.
We have to get approval from Allison, our facility director. The volunteers at the front desk do not have the authority to approve a surrender. All4Paws will email you a surrender form, or click here, for you to fill out to the best of your ability and email it back to us along with pictures of the animal. We will contact you 24 to 48 working hours if we are able to help.
All our animals get fed a grain free diet, unless there are special dietary needs.
Our animals love towels, bedding, pillows, and rugs. You can also check out our Donate page to see what else All4Paws current needs and wish list are. At this time we do not need newspapers.
All4Paws is open Tuesday thru Saturday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
We have various fundraisers throughout the year. Please check out our Events page for current information.
We can always use volunteers! We always have various areas around the facility that needs attention. Whether is spreading mulch in the outside runs, helping paint the outside, yard work, anything would be helpful.
We welcome all ages! If you are under 18 years old you will need an adult with you.
We are able to help low income residents. Prices are determined on type of surgery and specific needs.