Puppy Rescue Mission/Sasha's Legacy Adoption Questionnaire
Thank you for your interest in adopting from Puppy Rescue Mission and Sasha's Legacy.

All potential adopters/fosters are required to complete an online application. We generally will respond to your application within 48 hours. Feel free to follow up your application with an email to PRMadopt@gmail.com.

Upon review and approval of your application, a phone interview with a member of our Adoption Team will be scheduled to discuss unique traits inherent to the breed and the dog you are interested in. If you have any questions, we encourage you to ask as we want to be sure you have all the information you need should you welcome one of our dogs into your home.
Following the call, we may arrange a home visit by one of our adopters local to you. This is a short, informal visit in which our volunteer will discuss with you any safety issues they may notice. If possible, please ensure all family members are present. If approved by our Adoption Team, a contract between Puppy Rescue Mission and the adopter is required.

In order for us to best serve our dogs and applicants promptly, we ask you to consider the following before beginning the adoption process:

1. Please ensure your entire family / everyone living in the home to include roommates, etc is on board with adopting a new pet.

2. Please ensure that you are able to add another member to your family and commit relentlessly to this pet for the duration of their life (12-15 years+).

3. Please ensure you are able to provide the time required for training and integration into your home as well as financially providing for a newly adopted pet (increase in food costs, vet costs, etc). Consider your work schedule, school schedule, extracurricular activities, etc. Raising a well~rounded pet takes a lot of time & commitment. The rescues from war zones are not like the breeds that we in the USA are familiar with. They can be stubborn and require a special owner that will be patient and understand these animals are used to living without boundaries. They will take time to acclimate to their new environments.

4. Please contact any personal veterinarians, trainers, etc prior if you feel their input is valuable/necessary before beginning the adoption process.

5. Please consider any upcoming events that may hinder your ability to provide a stable, loving home for a new pet (large move in the near future, long vacations, changes in family dynamic, changes in finances, etc).

6. If you are renting your home make sure your landlord is aware of and approves of your desire to adopt before applying. We may ask for this. Also if you have several pets, please ensure that your local codes allow you to add another.

Puppy Rescue Mission
PO Box 1516
Celina, TX 75009
PRMadopt@gmail.com

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Full Name *
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Email Address *
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Address where pet will be living *
Include City, State & Zip Code
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Cell Phone Number or N/A *
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Other Phone Number
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Preferred contact method *
Are you applying to foster or adopt? *
Name of Dog or Cat you are interested in Adopting or Fostering *
If not yet chosen please indicate : "Help me choose"
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What type of pet are you looking to adopt? *
Male or Female or no preference? *
What age are you looking to adopt? *
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Why do you wish to adopt this pet? *
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Is everyone in your household in agreement with the decision to adopt a pet? *
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What type of home do you live in? Single family, townhouse, apartment, farm, etc *
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If you rent, do you have (or can you get) written permission form the property owner to adopt a pet? *
Please describe your household: *
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Do you have any restrictions on breed or size of dog?
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How many cats do you currently have? *
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If interested in a cat, are you planning to declaw him/her? *
Are you planning to let the cat go outside? *
How many dogs do you currently have and can you give a brief description of them? *
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Are all of your pets spayed or neutered? *
Please list if some are and some are not.
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Are your pets current on their vaccinations? *
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Are all of your dogs on heartworm preventatives? *
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Name and phone number of your current veterinarian: *
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Are there any children living full time or part time in your household? *
If yes please include age of children
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Does anyone in the household have animal allergies? *
If yes, how do you plan to manage this issue?
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If you are planning on adopting a dog, do you have a fenced-in yard? *
If yes please describe type of fence and height (chain link, stockage, wireless, privacy wood, etc)
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If you do not have a fence in yard, how do you plan to attend to the dog's exercise and toilet needs? *
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Where will the dog be kept during the day? *
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Number of hours daily (average) pet will spend alone? *
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Where will the pet sleep at night? *
Please be specific
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Do you have regular visitors to your home with which your new pet must get along with? *
If so, please describe (i.e. you run a daycare and the dog must like all the children)
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Do you have regular animal visitors to your home with which your new pet must get along with? *
If so, please describe (i.e. you regularly sit for your family members dogs/cats)
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Who will have primary responsibility for this pets daily care? *
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Who will have financial responsibility for this pet? *
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Have you ever been convicted or an animal welfare law violation such as neglect, cruelty, abandonment, etc? *
If Yes, please explain
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Have you ever given up or re-homed a pet in the past? *
If yes, please explain the circumstances
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Have you ever had a pet euthanized? *
If so, please explain circumstances
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Have you ever lost a pet due to an accident (run over by a car, etc)? *
If yes, Please explain circumstances.
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Can you afford veterinary care, grooming, emergency expenses, supplies and food for the lifetime of this pet? *
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What type of food do you feed your current pets and what is your feeding schedule? *
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What are your plans for training your pet? *
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How do you discipline your pets and for what type behaviors would you discipline? *
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Information regarding the history, health and behavior of our adopted animals may not be available or accurate. What behavior would you be unwilling to work with? *
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What reason might cause you to return this pet? *
Examples: Digging, barking, shedding.
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Are you aware of this aspect of rescuing a dog and are you willing to give the pet a fair chance in your home (some adjustments can take at least 6 months) and willing to ask for assistance or research training techniques when needed? *
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Do you agree to contact Puppy Rescue Mission/Sasha's Legacy if you can no longer keep this animal? *
Are you willing to let a volunteer visit your home by appointment to conduct a home visit? *
How much are you able to donate toward your adopted pet's transportation? *
We generally ask for the same donation that we ask from Soldiers which is $500 for Afghanistan, $300 for other countries and $150 for dogs in the US, previously rescued that are in need of a new home. We can work with families on particular needs and even accept donations in smaller increments over time.
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How did you hear about The Puppy Rescue Mission & Sasha's Legacy? *
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**Please note that it can take 2 to 4 weeks, or longer, for the dog to adjust to your home and family. The dog may show behaviors that were not displayed in their previous environment. The first few weeks are an adjustment phase for everyone. It takes patience, understanding and routine to make this adjustment as smooth as possible. We are here to help you along the way and are available to assist in training advice if needed. It is never easy to be in a new place and for a lot of our dogs, they have NEVER had a real home. We have a support group available on Facebook for adopters only. Please request to be added if you are not asked by one of the Adoption Team Members. *
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Requirements for Adopting from Puppy Rescue Mission/Sasha’s Legacy *
Requirements for Adopting from Puppy Rescue Mission/Sasha’s Legacy *If you adopt a dog or cat that is not spayed or neutered, you’re required to spay/neuter the animal once he/she arrives. If adopting a cat for you will keep him/her indoors and not have it declawed. You must return the animal to us if you were no longer able to keep him/her. You must not sell the animal, bring it to a shelter or put on Craigslist or similar sites. You would not give the dog to anyone else without the permission of Puppy Rescue Mission/Sasha’s Legacy. You would not euthanize the animal for any reason except in the case the animal’s terminal illness or injury, or old age accompanied by pain and suffering and in that case, the euthanasia must be performed by a licensed veterinarian. You are responsible for providing proper shelter, food, water, exercise, medical care and humane treatment at all times for your companion animal. You are responsible for registering the animals’ microchip (or having one placed if animal does not come with one already implanted) and keeping contact information current. You will be required to sign a contract with Puppy Rescue Mission/Sasha’s Legacy if proposed adoption is approved by Puppy Rescue Mission/Sasha’s Legacy and accepted by you.
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