Dog Adoption Days
WAG Rescue Adoption Day, November 23rd - at Firehouse Animal Health Center - Belterra
(166 Hargraves Dr, Ste C100, Austin, TX 78737)
Please note the time!!! (10:30am to 12:30pm)
Come to Firehouse Animal Health Center - Belterra, Saturday, November 23rd, and meet some of our fantastic dogs and puppies! You might just meet your new best friend! All available adult dogs have been fully vetted, are heartworm negative, are micro chipped and have been spayed or neutered. Puppies have been vetted, parvo tested, de-wormed and have had their shots current for their age and are micro chipped. WAG Rescue provides a spay/neuter voucher through Emancipet.
ADOPTION DAYS MAY CANCEL DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS.
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WAG Rescue now has a refuge! We are open to the public by appointment only, at this time.
We ask that you read about our ADOPTION PROCESS and complete an ADOPTION APPLICATION. We will call you to set up a meet and greet.
There is no oblibation when you submit an application. Applications are considered in the order in which they are received.
- Adult Dogs - The adoption fee is $125.
All adult dogs have been fully vetted and have received a Rabies, DHLPP and Bordetella vaccination and spayed or neutered. They are Heartworm tested and receive Heartworm prevention, as well as, monthly flea/tick prevention. The dog is also microchipped. Some microchips will require a registration fee. All known medical history is provided to the adopter.
- Senior Dogs - 7 years and older, the adoption fee is $75
- Puppies - (under 4 months of age) that have not been "fixed" (spayed or neutered) their adoption fee is $250. WAG Rescue will reimburse the adopter up to $200 for the spay/neuter of the puppy at the appropriate age. Contact us for more details.
Puppies have been vetted, parvo tested, de-wormed, vaccinated (age appropriate) and microchipped. Puppies will require additional vaccinations based on age which is the responsibility of the adopter. The adopter agrees to complete the recommended vaccinations for the puppy.