Although we are not a humane society or animal rescue league, occasionally we have animals, mainly dogs, that are up for adoption.
This page is dedicated to finding a caring home for pets. If you have questions about the pets on this page, please call us at (954) 792-6323.
Applicants who are interested in any of the animals showcased on this website are welcome to visit the animal at our facility. All potential applicants must fill out an application. We then determine who is eligible for our adoption program.
Things to consider
As with people, pets need daily love and attention. It can be time consuming to devote daily attention to keeping a pet clean, well fed, healthy, and providing daily exercise. Are you ready for this sort of commitment?
Many apartment residents must seek the landlord or management’s permission to house a pet. At times additional security deposits must be paid in order for pet ownership to be approved.
All pets, no matter how small, need a place to sleep and room to roam around the house. Inside cats need to have an area for their litter box, while dogs should have a fenced yard where they can play safely.
There are basic expenses that go along with pet ownership that should be considered. Grooming, pet food, and general pet care supplies, as well as annual inoculations and license fees can add up. When animals are ill, they need veterinary care. If you travel, there will be boarding costs or transportation fees if your pet travels with you. Be realistic when budgeting for your new pet to ensure you are able to sufficiently and comfortably provide for it.
When a pet is brought into a new home, it can take up to several months for him or her to become totally comfortable in the new environment. No matter how well trained and behaved a pet is, accidents may occur. Can you be patient and forgiving?