does not have an animal shelter. Some of our listed pets
are MHS foster pets, some are courtesy listed pets and some
are pets in local shelters.
read the following guidelines carefully before applying to
adopt a pet.
- No pets are adopted
- We try to match
people and pets so that everyone involved has an wonderful,
happy experience for the entire life of the pet. We do require
that pets be spayed or neutered at the appropriate age, 4-6
adopters are screened and interviewed by trained adoption
counselors prior to any placement. We reserve the right to
refuse adoption. We do this to the benefit of both people
CATEGORIES OF ADOPTABLE PETS
animals come to MHS through a number of different ways.
All have been rescued from an uncertain future. These pets
have been seen by a vet, tested and given shots. They are
neutered at the appropriate age. Because they have lived
in our homes we have a better understanding of what type
of family would be the best for them.
MHS foster pets are in foster homes being fostered by volunteers.
MHS is responsible for these pets.
are pets we are courtesy listing for individuals, shelters,
groups, or other organizations by advertising the need for
new homes.These pets all need new homes and we work equally
hard to make a good placement. MHS
cannot guarantee medical or behavioral status and cannot
be held liable for these
placements. Enquiries on these pets will be forwarded to
the person responsible for the pet. The person responsible
for that pet will then contact the owner and will make any
decisions on placing the pet.
HOW TO ADOPT
- Check out the pet posting pages
- Remember, we donít place out of state.
- Contact us:
a) Call the MHS during
office hours at: 817-491-9499. Or...
b) Send e-mail inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org,accompanied
by completed Adoption Application, which may be obtained
by clicking here. Or...
here to complete the Online Adoption Application Form. Or...
here for Print/Fax version.
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