The Process of Adopting a friend
Thank you very much for your interest in adopting a rescue animal. Adopting a rescued dog will provide an abandoned, abused, or neglected animal the love and security that all pets deserve and provide you with a new best friend. We update Petfinder frequently so dogs listed are available. We often receive questions about the process of applying for one of our precious rescued dogs. The first step is filling out a application at the following address http://fs8.formsite.com/Caringhearts/form1/index.html
Email Address for information on adopting a dog- email@example.com
Information on Adoption Fees-
The adoption fee is $350 for adult dogs and $375 for dogs under a year old or dogs with more extensive medical completed.
The adoption fee helps to partially cover the following procedures completed for all CHR dogs over 6 months old- Neuter/Spay, Distemper Shot, Rabies Shot, Heart worm Test, Fecal Test, Bordetella Vaccine if dog is boarded, & De-worming if recommended. In addition we provide Heart Worm preventative administered every month, and Frontline Flea preventative. Additional procedures that we provide as needed include blood tests and full dental care. Most adult dogs need a dental cleaning upon rescue. CHR spends more than $500 in veterinarian care on a majority of our Rescue dogs require despite a big Rescue Dog Discount from our vet!! For dogs under 6 months old CHR provides several de-wormings with fecal test, Distemper Shots and Rabies shot. The Spay and Neuter is not covered by CHR and will have to be completed by the adopter when the puppy is 6 months old. CHR will provide information on clinics offering the Spay/Neuter surgery for a discounted fee. Thanks so much for your interest in a Rescued Dog.
Caring Hearts Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Fairfax Virginia. Our volunteers rescue small breed dogs from desperate situations including neglect, puppy mill rescue, owner surrender and euthanasia by animal shelters due to overpopulation. All of our rescued dogs stay in safe foster homes while they await their "forever home." Our rescued babies are examined and given inoculations before placement. CHR rely's directly on donations to keep the rescue operating. None of our officers or volunteers receive money for their services, only the heart felt satisfaction of saving these wonderful lives
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are always needed to assist with transportation and foster support.
Let people in your community know about the amazing benefits of helping these rescued orphans. Maybe, they can help!
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NOTE: Pets are located in foster homes across DC, MD and VA. CHR does not have a facility to hold dogs. Thank you!!