The adoption of your new best friend can be the start of something beautiful or a disaster so it’s important to research your options and think through which type of pet is best for your lifestyle and your budget. Once you’ve decided if a dog or a cat is right for you, our adoption counselors will help you make the perfect match.
Here are some suggestions for preparing your home to welcome your new furry companion:
Depending on the animal you adopt, you’re making a commitment to care for him the rest of his life. Depending on the age at adoption, dogs live 10 to 15 years and cats live up to 20 years. As you move through your own life phases such as the birth of a baby or new jobs that require a move, ideally your pet will remain with you.
With a 4-1/2 acre landscaped dog park and an indoor/outdoor Catio, our campus is ideal for spending time with prospective pets. Our adoption counselors will ask questions about your lifestyle and help guide you to your best prospects.