Friends For Life Animal Society
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Thanks for thinking adoption. If you know which pet you would like to make a forever home for, please fill out the adoption form below. If you have any questions regarding adoption or any of our animals please contact us. We work hard to keep up with the adoption inquiries and will respond to you as quickly as possible.
An adoption counselor will call you for phone interview as soon as possible or will e-mail you with additional information on the pet. All of our dogs are at the shelter where you can come meet them, but some of our cats are in individual foster homes, so a convenient appointment time will need to be arranged before viewing animals. This can usually be arranged within a day or two but could take longer.
We do not ship our pets, they must be picked up in Oklahoma. Approved applicants may make appointments to meet the animal or can visit us at an adoption event. Completing the adoption application is not a commitment to adopt. You will be asked to complete an Adoption Contract after the adoption process (references, visitations, meeting with selected animal, etc) is completed.
Call Us: 580-275-2822 to leave a message
Click the link below to fill out an adoption form
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TVeterinarian Dr. Susan Wright and Editor Misty Weaver take you through the first seven days, from selecting a dog that will be a good fit with your family (Chapter Four) through to establishing routines (Chapter Seven), and socialization (Chapter Eleven). Each chapter ends with a real story from a family that adopted a rescue dog, sharing with you the joys and the challenges that accompany any adoption.
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