Adoption Fees

The dog adoption fee is $200 for puppies five months and younger, $175 for dogs older than five months and younger than eight years, and “name your own adoption fee” for dogs eight years and older and includes:

  • A certificate for a free exam with a participating veterinarian. Fees for other services performed will be paid by the adopter to the veterinary hospital.
  • Spay/neuter surgery (Additional fees may apply under special circumstances.)
  • A heartworm test
  • Distemper and Bordatella vaccinations
  • A personalized I.D. tag
  • A microchip
  • A free phone consultation or $30 off any training service from Fur-Get-Me-Not
  • An information packet

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The cat adoption fee is $150 for kittens five months and younger ($200 for two), $100 for older than five months and younger than eight years ($150 for a pair),  and “name your own adoption fee” for all cats at least eight years old. The fee includes:

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  • A certificate for a free exam with a participating veterinarian. Fees for other services performed will be paid by the adopter to the veterinary hospital.
  • Spay/neuter surgery (Additional fees may apply under special circumstances.)
  • A feline leukemia/feline AIDS test
  • A distemper vaccination
  • A personalized I.D. tag
  • A microchip
  • An information packet

The small companion animal adoption fees are:

  • $65 rabbits (spay/neuter included). We do not generally adopt rabbits to families with children under five years old. Homes with previous rabbit experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • $80 ferrets, chinchillas
  • $15 guinea pigs
  • $10 hamsters, mice, gerbils, rats
  • $20 finches, parakeets (budgies)
  • $35 doves, love birds
  • $60 canaries, cockatiels
  • $150 large parakeets (Quaker, ring-neck)
  • $150 parrots (amazon, macaw, etc.)

The small companion animal adoption fee includes:

  • A certificate for a free exam with a participating veterinarian. Fees for other services performed will be paid by the adopter to the veterinary hospital.
  • If applicable, a certificate covering a portion of the spay/neuter surgery but not additional fees such as hospitalization, blood-work, and medications.
  • An information packet