We know that your new dog will be a part of your family and that you will treat it as such. This contract ensures that you will provide a safe home, all the love a dog requires, and that if you are no longer able to take of your new pet that you will surrender it back to Leashes of Love.
This form is used to transfer liability of an adopted pet over to the new owner. It relinquishes all rights, ownership and liability from the rescue to the new owner for any future event/loss which may occur with your new pet.
American shelters are overflowing with cats and dogs. Five out of ten dogs in shelters are euthanized every year for lack of space and resources. Spaying and neutering your pet is a way that you can help reduce the overpopulation of dogs in the U.S. It will also boost your dogs health, as chances of testicular and ovarian cancer are eliminated. All of our LOLR adoptees must be spayed and neutered.
Puppies do not get their final round of vaccinations until they are 16 weeks old. Until they get their final shots, they are more susceptible to contagious and possibly deadly diseases like parvo and distemper. For this reason, we require puppy adopters to sign a no paws on the ground agreement that instructs owners to exercise caution about where their new puppies walk.