Our adoption process is designed to help you and the right dog find each other. Our goal is to place each dog into a permanent, safe, and loving home.
PLEASE NOTE...WE HAVE BEEN EXPERIENCING SOME TECHNICAL DIFICULTIES RECEIVING APPLICATIONS. IF YOU SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION AND HAVE NOT HEARD FROM US WITHIN 24 HOURS, PLEASE CALL OUR HOTLINE AND LEAVE A MESSAGE...THANKS
The donation request (fee to adopt the dog) varies with the age, breed (purebred or mix), health, temperament, manners and overall disposition of the dog. The range is from $125 - $300. Donations are tax deductible.
Donations reimburse the rescue for part of the medical expenses incurred. Each dog is vet checked, brought up to date on shots, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Many dogs have dentals and blood tests as well. (Dentals are provided where deemed necessary.)
Foster to Adopt
If you are undecided on adopting right now – consider being a temporary home for one of our adoptable dogs. This act of kindness will help a dog and allow the rescue to take in more. Complete the foster link on the page of the dog that interests you.
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Precious Personalities Available for Adoption
These Precious Personalities (dogs listed on our website) are waiting for you to find them and give them FOREVER HOMES. All of our adoptable dogs are located in foster homes or doggie day cares around the city. CPPR has no facility per se. Please review the pictures and descriptions of the adoptable Precious Personalities and complete an application for the one you would like to meet via the application link located on the page with the dog's photo and description. NOTE: if you are interested in fostering only, please complete the foster application located on the same page in lieu of the adoption application.
Dog descriptions found with each adoptable dog have been written based on the observations of CPPR volunteers who work with them and foster them. There is more information available on dogs that have been with us longer. We do not know their history……and have not walked in their "paws." CPPR cannot warrant or guaranty the dog's future behavior. Many times a dog reacts differently in different environments.….with different people (some are strong "pack" leaders, others are not). The personality of a dog that has had a rough road through shelters and abandonment – most always changes over time as they learn they are safe and loved.