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Here are a few common question we receive.

Puppies under 6 months – $350
Dogs 6 months to 5 years – $300

​6 years to senior – $200

Purebred and Hypoallergenic dogs – $500 

Basic exam           

Spay/ Neuter        

Rabies vaccine    

DHPP vaccine series

​Deworming           

Microchip   

The best way to find out more about a pup is check out our social media pages on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. When you are ready, fill out an adoption application and be sure to fill out every section before submitting. This does not mean you are required to adopt or that you are the only application. This is to let us know you are interested in a particular dog. We forward the applications to the fosters to review and try to find best match for the dog/puppy. Since the foster knows the dog/puppy best, we believe they are best suited to find an ideal home for their foster pup. If you are selected, the foster will reach out to set up a meeting. This meet is to determine if the dog is a good fit with your family, your current pets, and your home situation. At this meet the foster and you can determine if the dog is a good fit and move forward with the adoption.  All dogs that come into rescue must be vetted prior to adoption, meaning they need multiple vaccines, spayed/neutered, all medical concerns addressed, and their personality and demeaner assessed. Although we post them as soon as they arrive in rescue, it does take some time to complete their vetting, so please be patient as we complete this process. WE WILL CONTACT YOU IF SELECTED! We require home checks before we release any dogs for adoption. We must also meet all of the family members in the home as well as any other pets in order to assess how the dog will react and fit. This is to ensure the safety of all of our dogs. Quite often, we get several great applications for one dog, and while many different families could be good options, we can only chose one. Please do not get discouraged. Feel free to submit as many applications as you are interested in or list several dogs on your application. In a perfect world, every application would get the dog they choose and every dog would have a home. We continue to bring more dogs into rescue as other dogs are adopted so there are plenty of opportunities to find your perfect match.

Check out our social media pages for adoption events.

  • If you are able to safely contain the dog, contact the appropriate agencies.
  • If no ID tag please bring dog to any vets office to be scanned for a microchip. 
  • Create a found report at www.maricopa.gov/FormCenter/Animal-Care-Control-4/Stray-Dog-126 or call 602-372-4598.
  • ​​​Visit MCACC stray map tool to check lost reports and create a found report.
  • ​Walk them around the area where they were found.
  • Post FOUND flyers in the area
  • Post to Nextdoor, Ring and community pages.
  • For sick or injured animals contact Arizona Humane Society 602-997-7585​
  • If you can help by holding animal while searching for owners, you increase to odds of finding owners.

    • Only 17% of pets that end up in shelters get reclaimed by their families.
    • 70% of lost dogs are found  less than a mile from their home.

If you found a pet, here are a few resources fo you.