We here at Robin Hood Animal Rescue believe that dogs and cats are to be loved as you would a child. They are so much like children. The unconditional love they have for us is beyond comparison. They are so much more than a watchdog, mouse catcher, or a family pet to keep outside.
If you believe the same as we do, please check out our wonderful fosters. Perhaps, that special one to fill your heart is waiting for you.
Adopting a pet is a wonderful deed—you’ll help a dog or cat in need while at the same time finding a devoted animal companion. It’s also a long-term commitment and not to be taken lightly. You’ll need to be prepared to provide care, food, training, and attention— be ready to deal with a pet that may shed on or chew or scratch furniture—and be able to afford years of veterinary costs.
What you’ll receive in return is priceless and immeasurable: the gift of unconditional love.
Ready to Adopt?
Fees are payable by cash, personal, or business check with a valid driver’s license or online via credit card or PayPal (with an additional charge of 10% to cover bank charges).
Dogs and Puppies – Adoption fees start at $200; fees vary based on age, breed, and special needs.
Cats (& kittens over 12 months of age) of age start at $150.00. All have been spayed/neutered, FIV/leukemia tested, vaccinated, and microchipped.
Kittens under 12 months of age start at – $200.00
EVERY pet we offer for adoption (including kittens and puppies) has already been spayed or neutered and given age-appropriate vaccines and screenings.
All adoption fees help in covering the costs of spay/neutering, FIV/leukemia testing (cats), shots, micro-chipping, and medication/medical attention if needed.
- Adopters must read and sign an agreement with RHAR.
- Adopters must commit to loving and caring for the pet’s entire life.
- Adopters must return the pet to RHAR if, for any reason, they can no longer care for the pet.
- Adopters must be at least 18 years of age.
- Adopters who live in apartments, condos, or townhouses, mobile home parks are responsible for checking with their condo/townhouse rules, regulations, or bylaws.
Think it through very carefully. Do you have the time, energy, and resources to devote to a new or additional pet? Are you committed to caring for the pet for the next 10-15 years? Do you know what kind of pet would be best for your household?. We can help you determine that. If you have an interest in one of our fosters, but you are not sure if it would be a good match please call Bob at (623) 680-1170.
Browse our website to see all awaiting adoption. To request to do a meet and greet with any particular dogs or cats please give us a call. Each foster’s bio has a contact phone number.
Robin Hood Animal Rescue is committed to the animals it rescues for their entire lifetime. Therefore, once an animal is adopted, RHAR reserves the right to:
- Check on the pet at any time to ensure its well-being.
- Remove the pet from the home if any conditions of the adoption contract have been violated or if in the opinion of RHAR, the environment is unsafe.
- If at any time you cannot keep your pet, you must return it to RHAR and not to any other individual, another animal rescue group, or shelter.
Please be aware that the animals available for adoption are rescue animals and, as such, have often been exposed to a variety of diseases. Like human illnesses, these disorders can have an incubation period of up to several weeks. If the pet you adopt shows signs of illness at any point, please first give us a call. Although we are not vets, we have a number of vets who will help us with information. If necessary, we will recommend taking the pet to the vet for treatment.
WE HAVE SO MANY WONDERFUL DOGS AND CATS WAITING TO BELONG TO THAT SPECIAL FAMILY.