These pups in need…
are waiting for you.
According to the ASPCA, 670,000 dogs are euthanized every year. The number of euthanized animals could be reduced significantly if more people adopted pups instead of buying them. When you adopt, you save an animal in need by making them part of your family and giving them the love they deserve.
Adopt your forever pup
Here is how the process works
Find the dog you want to adopt
Search online for the adoptable dogs that Imagine Peace for Pups currently has available. If you don’t find a pup online, please feel free to still reach out to the organization if you are interested in adopting. They are constantly rescuing pups, so more become available on a weekly basis
Fill out the adoption application
Complete compatiblity assessment
A rescue volunteer will contact you to talk more about the dog that you are interested in. It is important to assess that it will be a good fit. If it is, a time and date will be set up for you to meet the pet and undergo a home volunteer check.
If the compatability assessment is successful, your new pup will be brought to your forever home by their Imagine Peace for Pups foster volunteer. You will need to sign the Imagine Peace for Pups Adoption Agreement and pay the adoption fee. You will also be responsible for taking your adopted pup for a follow up veterinary visit for Bordetella vaccines and final DHPP and Deworming vaccines.
Per humane animal practices, Imagine Peace for Pups ensures that all of their rescues are spayed and neutered. However, if you are adopting a puppy (under 6 months of age), you will also need to sign the Imagine Peace for Pups Rescue Spay and Neuter Contract.
Search for dogs online
Search through the dogs that Imagine Peace for Pups has currently available. The organization uses Petfinder which is an online, searchable database of animals who need homes. This provides the most up-to-date listing of dogs who are looking for forever homes.
Interested in adopting a pup?
Contact us for details
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