The Best Way to Adopt

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Most of the dogs on our site have been rescued from the pound at the last moment to give them a second chance at life. Typically speaking their lives are at stake.

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The whole purpose of adoption is to provide a safe and happy home for these little companions. That means finding out if the new owner is able to take responsible action toward ownership by having pets neutered, vaccinated and wormed. Please feel free to fill out an application, keeping in mind that adoption has its costs. Setting these priorities will enable us to make relationships that last.

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Spay and Neuter Clinics in Oklahoma

Most spay and neuter programs are priced at $35 to $40 per dog, and $25 to $30 per cat. Many have a sliding scale in place for those unable to afford those prices. Sliding scale depends on available funds. Most programs require income eligibility. Most of these programs are staffed in all or part by volunteers, please allow up to 48 hours for response to calls for appointments. Appointments are necessary at all of these programs. Read full article


“Killing puppies and kittens is a tragedy that is especially hard on the staff. It is a tragedy that any city can and should avoid.”

The Oklahoma Spay Network has reviewed the results of the enactment and enforcement of spay/neuter ordinances in Oklahoma cities and towns. While the impact varies, Tulsa, Lawton and Claremore have had significant success in reducing shelter intakes through these ordinances. Euthanasia rates have also decreased in all three cities. Read full article


Spaying and neutering your pet is one of the most important decisions you can make for your pet and for making your pet into a good “animal neighbor.” Most dog bites involve animals that are not spayed or neutered, and most “problem behavior,” including roaming and fighting in male pets, is directly related to intact (unneutered) animals.

Responsible pet care is a year round task. In the summer your pet needs access to shade and shelter from rain, while in the winter a dry doghouse is important.

Heartworm prevention is necessary throughout the year.

Fleas and ticks are common in Oklahoma. You can get good flea and tick products at a feed store or a veterinarian. Sevin TM dust in your pets bedding will kill fleas and ticks. Tick borne diseases can be fatal to dogs and are dangerous to people as well.

Sterilization, vaccination and socialization are part of responsible pet care.


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