Animal Adoption

Covid-19 Update

The Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter is opening back up to a limited number of guests at one time in the building interested in adopting starting Monday, May 18, 2020. We anticipate longer than average wait times so your patience is truly appreciated. We are asking guests to bring and wear a face mask, if possible, while visiting the shelter and remember to observe 6 ft. distance between people. We also ask that only those interested and ready to adopt a shelter pet the same day visit the shelter. You can fill out an Adoption Survey in advance. If you previously filled out an Adoption Survey let us know when you come in and we will likely still have it on file. Thank you for choosing adoption, we look forward to seeing you soon!


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Reunite Lobby:

8:00 AM - 5 PM 7 days a week
For owner surrenders, owner reclaims and stray drop offs

.Regular Adoption Hours:

Monday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday:  CLOSED

Wednesday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 PM

Thursday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Friday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Saturday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Animals available for adoption:

Want to know how we evaluate an animal’s behavior before it becomes available for adoption?  See our video about behavior assessments and volunteer opportunities.

Are you looking to add a furry (or not so furry) member to your family? Well you have come to the right place; we have dogs, cats and “pocket pets”! The animals on the adoption floor can change daily so checking our Petango website or coming in to look is recommended.

Watch a video about the steps to adopt an animal from the shelter.

What is the adoption process?

Once you have seen an animal you are interested in, you would need to complete an adoption survey and meet with an adoption counselor. During your "Meet and Greet" the adoption counselor will have you interact with the pet, ask questions and discuss any special requirements. You must be 18 years old with a valid I.D. to complete the adoption contract.

Complete the adopter survey and let us know the name of the animal(s) you would prefer to meet with in this survey

Do we put animals on hold?

We will only put a hold on animals in certain circumstances, which include allowing another family member or pet to meet the animal, or if we need additional documentation from you.

If you bring your dog in to do a meet and greet, we need to see a current Rabies certificate.

Do we do same-day adoptions?

Yes! If you rent, we need to see the pet addendum of your lease or permission from your landlord.

What are the adoption fees?

Adult Cat$50
Adult Dog (over 30 lbs.)$50
Adult Dog (under 30 lbs.)$100
Puppy (under 1 year)$100
Senior Animals (8+ years)$38
Senior Animal (8+) to Senior Adoptee (65+)Adoption fee waived
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs$10
Mice, Rats, Hamsters$5
Reptiles, Birds$20


We accept cash, check, and debit/credit (except American Express) as forms of payment. 

Check our Facebook page often for current adoption promotions.

What comes with the adoption?

Every adoption comes with spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccines including rabies, heartworm test for dogs, FIV/FELV test for cats, initial deworming, microchip with registration and any current medications.

Can I bring my animal back for follow-up veterinary care?

Our veterinarian provides medical care for the shelter animals only. We encourage you to establish a relationship with a local veterinarian.  To help you find one, we include a list of participating clinics in your adoption folder.

Are you a qualified pet trainer?
Pet training and new owner education are the keys to a successful pet adoption.  To support new adopters as they learn about their new companions, the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter (PRAS) is reaching out to see how you can support adopters as pet trainers in our communities.  The PRAS promotes Positive/Rewards based training.  We are growing a list of qualified pet trainers, and what discounts or free initial support trainers are willing to provide our adopters. This list will be available on our website, our Intake/Reunite lobby, and in our adoption folders.  If you are a pet trainer interested in supporting successful adoptions of shelter animals, please fill out and submit this form to the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter.

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