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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 $150. Kitten adoption fee is $175.
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.

Nathaniel

Nate is now neutered, microchipped, fully vaccinated, and on the search for his furever home!

He is a rottweiler mix, maybe some Dane in him

Estimated approximately one year old.

Nate is still very much a puppy, in that he's learning manners and how to walk nicely on a leash. He will need a strong leader who will continue to work on his training with patience and consistency.

Nate is a very sweet boy with great potential.

He is good with other dogs, though can come on strong for some, as he's still learning social skills. He likes cats and will chase in play.

He is crate trained and food motivated.

Nate will be an absolutely wonderful best friend for the right person / people.

Charlotte

Charlotte is a friendly girl who came to us as a stray. She is estimated to be about 2 years old. We don't know much about her history, but she came to us infested with fleas, and with a couple of teeth missing.

Charlotte is a long haired tabby. She does well with most other cats but doesn't appreciate young kittens or dogs. She enjoys being pet and would love to go to a somewhat quiet household.

She is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and ready to find a loving home.

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