Adopt

~~Our dogs and are spayed/neutered, updated on all vaccines, HW tested and micro chipped prior to adoption.  Any other major medical issues that need to be addressed (dental work & other surgeries) are also taken care of prior to adoption.  All of our dogs are in foster homes so we are able to do a full assessment on their temperament and personality to ensure they are placed in the right forever home.  Each dog is tested with other dogs/cats and tested with kids to see how they react.  We also look for things such as food/toy aggression and other behavioral issues that may arise while the dog is in a foster home and work with a professional trainer to correct any issues.  Our goal is to make it as easy on potential adopters as possible before bringing a new addition to the family home.  Anyone interested in adopting one of our amazing dogs is required to fill out an adoption application and undergo a vet and home check.   It is our policy that all animals currently in the home be spayed/neutered, current on all vaccines (including bordetella), receive monthly flea and heartworm prevention and be kept as inside family companions.  There are NO exceptions unless otherwise deemed medically necessary by a licensed veterinarian.

If interested in adoption please email info@allaboutthepaw.org for an application.

Foster

~~Fostering is one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences in animal rescue. Foster homes are the bridge between life and death for a homeless animal.  All About the Paw Pet Rescue is always looking for willing foster homes; the more foster homes available the more lives we can save!  We provide all necessary supplies and take care of vet expenses.....you provide a loving home!  The length of time a dog will spend in a foster home is indefinite, thus the need for dedicated and committed individuals and families willing to keep the dog until adopted.  All potential foster homes are required to fill out an application and undergo a vet check and home check.  It is our policy that all animals currently in the home be spayed/neutered, current on all vaccines (including bordetella), receive monthly flea and heartworm prevention and be kept as inside family companions.  There are NO exceptions unless otherwise deemed medically necessary by a licensed veterinarian.

If interested in fostering please email foster@allaboutthepaw.org for an application.