catBecause our animals are housed in foster homes, we get to know each animal very well, and this enables us to find a suitable match for each pet. We feel that our Foster Program is beneficial to the adoptive family because they are provided with a personality profile of each pet. This gives them the advantage of learning the needs of the animal before taking the big step of adoption.

All of our pets have been spayed or neutered if over 6 months of age, updated on all vaccinations, tested for parasites, microchip ID implant, cats tested for feline leukemia, dogs tested for heartworm and preventative given.

If you would like to learn more about the pets available for adoption, call 952-368-PAWS (7297), and a representative will call you with more information.

Follow the Petfinder link below for a list of our current pets.

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If you are interested in adopting any of our animals, the first step would be to fill out the adoption application.  If you are planning on filling out the application electronically, you will want to save to a location (i.e. your desktop), fill out, resave and then send to tour e-mail address.  You may also print it out, and scan it in, fax it, or you may also mail to our PO Box as well.

Upon our receipt of the completed application, a phone interview will be conducted in approximately 48-72 hours.
After that, if all goes well, a time can be setup for you to meet the canimal (if you haven't already).  

A heads up that we get multitudes of applications all on the same animal, so it does take time to filter through each and every single application.