© 2017 Provided by Animal Lifeline PA

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Animal Lifeline Pittsburgh

139 E. 8th Ave.

Homestead, PA  15120

Ph#  412-464-9575

Email:  Info@pghridetorescue.com

Adoption Application

Thank you for your interest in adopting a Animal Lifeline pet. It is very important to us that our adoptable pets find their forever families. We use this application to help ensure that we match the right pet to your family. Once your application has been received, you will hear from us as soon as we review your application. Please fill out ALL questions. If any question does not apply, write N/A. Completion of this application does not guarantee approval to adopt, nor does it in any way represent a contract.

PERSONAL INFORMATION

REFERENCES

Please provide the contact information of a veterinarian you have used before. Vet references are checked.

Please provide the contact information of one personal reference who we may call.

Please list place(s) of employment for yourself and your spouse (if applicable). We do not call employers; this is for our records.

HOUSEHOLD INFORMATION

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FOR RENTERS

Please attach lease agreement section stating pet allowance including any breed or weight restrictions.

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HISTORY

CARE OF THE DOG

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CONTRIBUTIONS TO ANIMAL LIFELINE PITTSBURGH

 

We are an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit rescue. Our adoption fees range from $200 to $300 and cover part of the costs of rescuing, rehabilitation and rehoming dogs in need.

 

100% tax deductible contributions from our friends and community partners make up the difference and provide food and all the necessary veterinary care our dogs so desperately need. 

 

The adoption process includes completing this application, an in-person interview, meeting the dog(s) in-person, signing a contract (which stipulates the dog MUST be returned to Animal Lifeline if you can no longer care for him/her) and sometimes a home visit prior to the adoption. This is all to ensure the safety of the dog. 

Please realize that dogs will need veterinary care after being adopted, including regular physical exams, vaccinations, heartworm and flea/tick preventative medicines, etc. Adopting a dog is a long-term commitment – please consider this before adopting. 

By clicking submit, you are indicating that you agree to the above terms.

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