Adoption

Here is all the information you will need for your adoption process with R&R Rescue & Resort

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Adopting with R&R Rescue & Resort

Adoption Process

1. Follow us on Facebook to keep updated

2. See an animal you love and think you would be a great fit for

3. Fill out our application 

4. Wait to hear back. We try to get back to everyone, but feel free to reach out if you don't hear from us within a few days.

5. If we think you would be a great match, we'll invite you out for a meet & greet with the animal, and if all goes well, you'll sign an adoption agreement, pay the adoption fee, and take home your new family member!

Adoption Fees

This is a question we receive quite often. To make it simple, our fees vary. 
Our regular Dog Adoption Fee is $500. This always includes a vet check, spay / neuter, flea treatment / prevention, de-wormer, and microchip. 
Cat adoption fee is $120. Kitten adoption fee is $150.
Small animal adoption fee is $30 - $50
Our main goal is to find each dog the perfect home, not to gouge you on fees. 100% of fees go toward care of rescue animals, and we always accept donations as well.

What if I'm not Chosen?

Don't despair!
Some dogs we get in are more in-demand than others, and we often get an overwhelming amount of applications and interest in a certain animal. Don't take it personally if we don't choose you. It's our job to pick their perfect, forever home, and sometimes it's a very close call. If, for whatever reason, this isn't you, we will keep your information on file for future dogs that may be a better match. If you don't want us to keep your information, just let us know.

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Radar

Radar is a 4.5 year old Basset Hound who came to us as an emergency intake. Radar has been diagnosed with Addison's Disease. We are currently in the process of determining Radar's proper medication dosages. He will be available for adoption soon, to a family preferably experienced with Addison's Disease, who can manage Radar's medication.

Radar is good with kids, cats, and dogs. He is a snuggle bug who loves to follow his nose, so he will need a fenced in yard. Please stay tuned for updates on this sweet guy.

Amigo

Amigo is a 14 year old male. He is friendly and cuddly but will definitely be shy at first. He will need time to feel safe in his new environment.

We are still getting to know Amigo, so please watch for updates.

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Cloud

Cloud is a 7 year old female. Cloud came to us with Amigo, but they are not considered to be a bonded pair. They can be homed together or separate. Cloud's personality is similar to Amigo's. She is shy but once she warms up, she is very sweet. We are still getting to know Cloud, so stay tuned for updates.

Medo

Medo

Pomeranian, Male, 7 years old.

Medo is good with other dogs and cats. He can be very sweet, but does have some aggression issues. This is fairly easy to manage once you know his triggers. He is fairly independent and does not like being picked up or corrected from in front, but can be picked up when approached from behind. He can be cuddly when it's his idea, and can be a sweetheart. He likes playing in the snow.

He can be very friendly. House trained. He is crate trained but will bark when left alone.

Adoption fee $500

Owen Sound area

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Delilah

Delilah was rescued from an apartment building, after being locked in and abandoned for 20 days. She has settled in quite quickly and is very at home in her new space.
She is very friendly and affectionate. The girl is emaciated but otherwise appears in good health. She will be seeing our vet and get fully in good shape before she will be available for adoption.
If you would like to donate towards Delilah's care, you can do so by etransfer or PayPal to rayray1632@gmail.com, or directly to our account at Wiarton Animal Hospital

Daisy

Daisy was taken in as a feral stray kitten, and is still in the process of learning that humans are not always to be feared. She had an infection in her right eye, likely due to a kitty argument, which is now healing up nicely. Daisy will need a human who will continue to gently convince her that she is safe and loved. 

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Lily

Lily was taken in as a feral stray kitten, and is still in the process of learning that humans are not always to be feared. She is still very timid.  Lily will need a human who will continue to gently convince her that she is safe and loved. 

Rose

Rose was taken in as a feral stray kitten, and is still in the process of learning that humans are not always to be feared. Rose will need a human who will continue to gently convince her that she is safe and loved. 

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