Adoptable Dogs

Meet our adoptable Dogs!

Interested in adopting at Second Chance? Fill out our adoption survey so our adoption counselors can help you find a perfect match! Once we receive your survey, we’ll send you an email but you are always welcome to meet our adoptable pets.  

**If you see Mobile Adoption Event next to the name of a pet you are interested in, visit our Adoption Location page to see where this pet will be. **


Adoption Fees:

Puppies (less than 3 months): $525 
Puppies (Between 3 to 7 months): $475 
Dogs (Over 7 months): $350
Senior Canine (Over 7 years): $200 
Dogs ages 7 and over qualify for our Senior Canine Companion Program. Senior dogs make excellent companions because they are typically housebroken and out of the chewing stage, and require less exercise than younger dogs. If you are seeking a dog that will be more like a companion than a playmate, consider an older dog. They have plenty of love to share with their new owners. Please consider opening up your heart and home to a senior dog today!

Senior & Veteran Companion Program 

A shelter pet can be a great source of comfort and companionship, helping to ease stress and anxiety. Our Senior & Veteran Companion Program offers a $25 discount to adopters age 65 and over and our veterans.

To get this discount, just show proof of age or your veteran ID at the time of adoption.

Adoption Fees Include:

Examination, Heartworm/Lyme/Ehrlichia/Anaplasmosis test, Heartworm Prevention, Distemper Combo Vaccination, Rabies Vaccination, Spay/Neutering, Flea and Tick Treatment, Deworming Treatment, Microchip, Complimentary Collar, Microchip Identification Tag, Complimentary 1st Veterinary Visit, Coupon Book for discounts, Complimentary Consultation With Our In-House Trainer, Certificate for Reduced Cost Training, Free adoption kit, Support from our adoption staff and a lifetime return policy, The love and companionship of a new best friend!

*Second Chance Animal Services adoption fees are subject to change without prior notice.

Ready to Adopt one of our animals?