- We will need to collect the adoption fee before you may take the dog/puppy home. You can use Paypal to pay the adoption fee. Our PayPal account is email@example.com or https://www.paypal.me/circle2rescue. Please use the “send money to friends and family” option so no fees are incurred. Adoption fees for adult dogs are typically $250. The adoption fee for puppies is listed on their website profile. The adoption fee includes the spay/neuter, microchip, first set of vaccinations and dewormer. If the dog or puppy is not yet spayed or neutered it is included in the adoption fee at our partner veterinary clinic, Spay Today – See item #4.
- We are required to ensure that all dogs are spayed/neutered. To help with this effort we collect a $250 spay/neuter deposit check if the dog is not already altered. IT IS NOT CASHED UNLESS THE DOG ISN’T SPAYED/NEUTERED WITHIN 4 WEEKS OF ADOPTION or BY 6 MONTHS OF AGE FOR PUPPIES. The spay/neuter deposit check should be payable to Circle 2 Rescue. Once you email proof of the spay/neuter we will destroy the check. You can bring the check to the meet and greet and give it to the foster parent should you adopt. The adoption fee and spay/neuter deposit check must be in place prior to you taking the dog home.
- if you are adopting a puppy – Please remember that they need to have DAPP (Distemper/Parvo combo) boosters every 4 weeks until they have received a series of 3 vaccinations. They will also need a rabies vaccination around 4 months of age or when your vet recommends it. You are responsible for making sure the puppy receives these booster shots! It is not covered in the adoption fee.
- The spay/neuter cost is covered only if you use our veterinarian, Spay Today Neuter Now in Lakewood. You will be responsible for calling Spay Today Neuter Now to make the spay/neuter appointment. Please plan ahead as they are booked 3-4 weeks out. They also have Sunday appointments. You can make an appointment by phone – (303) 984-7729 – or on their website: https://spay2day.org/
- Spay Today will insert one of our microchips during the spay/neuter surgery. You will need to go to www.foundanimals.org. to register the microchip with the new name/address etc.
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