Instructions: Wow, this is long!
Rescues are often asked, “Why is your adoption application so long, and why are there so many ‘intrusive’ questions? There are many reasons for this. One is the lifetime commitment we make to any dog in our care. Many of the animals we rescue have been through traumatic events. Some have been abandoned by their owners through no fault of their own; others have long suffered painful medical issues, only healed through the love of their fosters in Texas and in New Jersey and financed by the generosity of donors. We owe it to any dog we take in, and to the village of people standing behind him or her, to find the perfect forever home. That’s where you come in. By the time your new pet reaches you, many hands have helped and many hearts have been broken across the 1500 miles or more your pet may have journeyed. We want your home to be the last stop, the forever home. To do that, we want to make sure we make the right match, one that will last a lifetime. The questions in this application will help us do that.
- Fields on the form below marked with a red asterisk are required.
- After submitting the application, you will receive an email confirming it has been received. Check your email and SPAM folder for an email from email@example.com.
- Please inform your landlord, veterinarian, and references that a NorthStar Pet Rescue representative will be calling them. Please give your veterinarian permission to release information to NorthStar Pet Rescue.
- If there are any questions regarding your application or difficulties contacting someone, a NorthStar Pet Rescue volunteer will contact you.
- After submitting the application, you will receive an email: Once your application has been processed, you will receive another email informing you if you are approved and how to proceed meeting one of our dogs or cats. Receiving the approval email does not guarantee you the dog you are interested in at the time you apply as it may have been adopted during the time your application was being processed.
- Unfortunately, due to huge demand for adoptable pets, we cannot “hold” or “reserve” animals during the application process.