adopt a pet?
Every year, hundreds of thousands of animals are abandoned to kennels or the street. These pets are surrendered to our rescue by owners who are no longer able to care for them. It is a common misconception that animals end up in pounds because they’ve been abused or done something ‘wrong’. In fact, most animals are surrendered to pounds because of ‘people reasons’. Things like a relationship breakup, change in family circumstance, moving interstate or overseas, moving to a rental property where the landlord does not allow pets, lack of time, and financial constrants are among the most common reasons pets lose their home. Adopting a pet means you can give an animal a second chance for a long and happy life in a loving home.
What does it cost to adopt a pet?
This is collected to recover part of the upfront expenses by our organization during the rescue of the dog. Also the adoption fee is a way to ensure to our organization that the adopter has the resources to cover the extra costs needed to provide a good home and responsible care for their animal.
Adoption Fee For Dogs
- Spaying or neutering
- Blood tests
- Parvo, Distemper and Rabbies vaccines
What is included
in adoption fee for dogs
The adoption fee covers some of our expenses in providing the following:
1. Blood test for Mediterranean diseases (Anaplasmosys, Leishmaniosis, Erlichiosis).
3. Vaccinations (against Parvo, Rabies, Distemper)
4. Spaying/Neutering (if age/health condition allows).
5. De-worming treatment
6. Anti tick/flea treatment
7. International passport
8. TRACES Certificate
9. Flight/Transport costs
10. Pre-flight grooming
11.Travel crate return.
If there are any special health condition detected in dog it is mentioned in dog’s description and potential adopters are warned and instructed on further supplements or any additional treatment the dog may need after being adopted.