What does the adoption process include?

The first step is an Adoption Application, followed by a quick interview with a Dogs Without Borders representative and then a home visit to ensure the dog will be going to a safe environment. Upon adoption you will be asked to sign an Adoption Agreement.

We ensure each dog is current on shots, micro-chipped, and spayed/neutered and you will be provided with your new dogs vaccination/health records, spay/neuter certificate, and micro-chip number when the adoption is completed. If you are adopting a puppy that is too young to spay or neuter, Dogs Without Borders is responsible for sending you to a clinic of our choice for the procedure to be completed at our cost once the puppy is old enough for the procedure.

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