The Dogs & Cats
The animals we rescue come from situations where they are in danger of being euthanized because of their age. Young at Heart's mission is to provide senior dogs and cats with a safe haven to ensure they live with comfort, compassion, and companionship in their golden years. .
Each dog or cat that we rescue receives the best veterinary care, and we do not turn away animals that need a little extra medical attention. All of our pets are vaccinated, tested for infectious diseases, microchipped, spayed/neutered, receive a geriatric screening, and most receive a dental if recommended by a vet. We also provide other treatments to enhance any senior pet’s adoptability. We treat allergies, heartworm, thyroid ailments, etc. We do whatever it takes to help senior pets find their forever homes.
And if their medical needs prove to be too daunting to our adoption program, they are not euthanized at Young at Heart. They find their happily ever after in one of our licensed Sanctuary Homes, where they are loved and cared for like one of the family while we provide all their medical care.
DUE TO COVID-19 AND OUR STATE'S CURRENT STAY AT HOME MANDATE, ADOPTIONS NOT ALREADY IN PROCESS HAVE BEEN PAUSED FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR ADOPTERS, STAFF, AND FOSTER HOMES. ADOPTION APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED, HOWEVER APPOINTMENTS WILL NOT BE MADE FOR ADOPTIONS AT THIS TIME. WE WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR AND ADJUST OUR PROCESS AS WE ARE ABLE.
Pet Adoption Fees & Requirements
- Be 21 years of age.
- Have landlord's permission to have a pet (we will check!)
- Have taken good care of any current or previous pets and have taken them in regularly for check-ups (we'll speak with your vet!)
- Have an ID with current address
- Have an adoption application approved by a Young at Heart adoption team member
Dog Adoption Fee: $200
Cat Adoption Fee: $100
Adopters age 65 or older receive a 50% discount on adoption fees.