OUR MISSION IS SIMPLE. RESCUE: We focus on rescuing middle-aged to older dogs and cats that have been abandoned or traumatized. REHABILITATE: We rehabilitate them with quality food, superior veterinary care, diagnostics, and a core of dedicated and nurturing staff. RELOCATE: We relocate them with considerable time and care into a safe and loving forever home within the community.
Step 1: Fill out the adoption application COMPLETELY and submit it, or submit to us through email, mail, or in person at the kennel. Step 2: Next, we will check the personal and veterinary references you have provided for us. Step 3: Once we have checked all of your references and reviewed your application, we will contact you to schedule a home visit. A representative from Friday’s will come visit your home to make sure your home is prepared for a new pet. Step 4: Finally, your application will be presented to the board for final approval. Step 5: Upon final approval, you will be contacted to schedule a time to sign the adoption contract and pick up your new family member!
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