AHHS is now open during our regular hours of 12-6 on Tuesdays-Fridays and 12-4 on Saturdays. Only 10 visitors are allowed in the building at a time and all visitors are required to wear a face mask. The front door will be locked. Please ring the doorbell for assistance upon arrival.

*If you are looking for a lost pet or a Return to Owner via Animal Control (ACO), please ring the doorbell and someone will assist you during our regularly scheduled hours.

Adopt a friend. Save a life. Almost Home Humane Society

How to Adopt

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What is Included in Our Adoption Package

  • Spay/Neuter
  • 24PetWatch microchip    
  • At least one round of basic vaccinations
  • Up to date on flea/tick and heartworm preventative
  • At least one round of dewormer
  • Complimentary veterinary exam (valid at most local veterinary clinics)
  • 30 day trial of pet insurance

Steps to Adopting a Pet

  1. Come to Almost Home and visit with our adoptable pets.  We recommend bringing your whole family to meet any pet you’re potentially considering adopting.  Our adoption staff and volunteers can assist you in finding the perfect fur-ever friend.
  2. If you find a pet that you think might be “the one” it is time to fill out an adoption application. Your application will help adoption staff ensure that the match we are making seems bound for success.
  3. Dog adoptions require a 48-hour waiting period after the application is submitted and the first meet and greet is completed. Once the application is approved and the waiting period has finished, you will be contacted to complete the adoption at a scheduled appointment and the animal may go with you to its fur-ever home.


Things to Consider Before Adopting:

  • Be sure that you are financially able to provide your pet’s needs.  This includes food, supplies, grooming, and regular veterinary care. 

  • Are you ready to make a life-time commitment?  Our goal is to find each of our pets a forever home, so it is important that you are able to commit to a new pet for its entire lifetime.  Not ready to make a lifetime commitment?  Consider foster care which is a great opportunity to help many pets without the long-term commitment of adoption.

  • Be aware of any pet restrictions if you rent your home.

  • You must be at least 18 years of age to adopt.

  • Understand that this is an adoption, not a sale.  AHHS reserves the right to postpone or refuse any adoption if we feel it is in the best interest of the animal.