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Adoption Process

One of those sweet faces captured your heart.


Read through the adoption process guidelines below and take the next step to unconditional love

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Adoption Fees

$225  Dog/Puppy           $125 Cat/Kitten         $250 Obedience Trained          $275 Heartworm Treated


Be at least 18 years of age with the responsibility of maintaining a household

(no full time students)


Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide for the training, medical treatment and veterinary care for your pet's lifetime


Have proof of current address and picture identification

(driver’s license preferred)


Have a fenced yard with a locked gate.  Fence must be in good repair with no broken or weak slats or wide space on bottom


Have the consent and knowledge of all adults living in the household to adopt a pet


Agree to consider the pet as a member of the family and provide indoor shelter


Keep these in mind before adopting



If you rent or lease your home, we require a copy of the lease which states any weight or breed restrictions for the complex/landlord and you must provide proof of pet deposit receipt from the landlord or apartment complex prior to adoption.

Out of Area Adoptions:   


While it's our intent, to adopt locally first - due to requirements for vetting the household via home visits and introductions to other pets in the home - we have done adoptions out of the Metroplex and out of state. These are rare instances and are allowed when a dog or cat has not found a home locally after a long time - so long as the potential adopter appears to be a good fit and their references can be verified. 


 If you are not local and wish to submit an application, it will be kept on file as a recourse if no home can be found locally.

Under-age children: 


Oak Hill Animal Rescue, Inc. reserves the right to deny any application when the age of the children in the household is inappropriate to the age or size of the pet being adopted.

Existing pets in the household


Oak Hill Animal Rescue, Inc. requires all pets in the adopting household be spayed or neutered, current on vaccinations and on monthly heartworm prevention or the application will be denied.

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