Please note that this application DOES NOT guarantee you the adoption of an animal, but is a way for us to track who is interested in our animals. It may take us up to one week to review an application and respond especially during COVID.

To be considered for adoption you need to:
- Be at least 19 years old.
- Everyone in the household MUST have knowledge of a pet joining the family.
- Have a valid government-issued photo ID.
- Own your home or have the landlord's consent to bring an animal onto the property.
- All current animals must have UTD vaccine records and be fixed.
- Understand that Pups on the Plains reserves the right to refuse the adoption of any animal without explanation.
Email *
Animal's Name (select all you are interested in) *
Your Full Name (First & Last) *
Preferred Pronouns *
Spouse/Partner's Name
Street Address *
City *
State *
Zip Code *
Phone Number *
Email Address *
Best way for us to contact you: *
Are you at least 19 years old? *
Driver's License or Government ID Number *
Type of Residence? *
Do You... *
Landlord/Complex Name and Number *
If you own your home, please put N/A.
Have you paid your deposit fees and discussed restrictions with your landlord? *
Does your housing have breed or weight restrictions? *
If yes, what are the restrictions?
Does each member of the household agree to this adoption? *
This includes roommates, parents, grandparents, spouses, or anyone else who you are currently residing with.
Do you have a fenced in yard? *
If yes, how tall is your fence?
Are there kids in the household? *
If yes, how old are they?
Does anyone in the household have pet allergies? *
If yes, how will they be managed?
What is the noise/activity level in the household? *
Are you a first time pet owner? *
Why do you want a dog? *
Do you agree that there is the possibility that you will be required to travel twice for this dog AND/OR required to be responsible for the potential transportation costs associated with adoption? *
Can you describe a day in your life? *
How do you see a dog fitting into your lifestyle? *
How long do you expect it to take for a dog to settle into your home? *
Can you describe your ideal qualities in a dog to us? *
Have you ever given up an animal to someone else or to a shelter? *
If yes, why did you surrender him/her?
Do you or other people in the household have any other animals? *
If yes, specify the number of dogs/cats/other...
Please specify the name(s) of dogs/cats/other *
Please describe your current animal(s) (size, age, energy level, personality, etc.)
If you have other animals, are they spayed/neutered?
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If the answer to the previous question is no, why?
If you have other animals, are they on heartworm and/or flea-tick preventatives?
How will you keep the animals separate if they do not get along immediately?
If you have had an animal in the past and it has deceased please explain how he or she passed. *
Are you currently in the military or do you have any intentions to be in the future? *
If you have to move, what would you do with your adopted pet? *
Where will the pet go when you go on vacation? *
Name Of Your Veterinarian's Practice *
Phone Number Of Your Veterinarian's Practice *
Name Of Your Roomate's Animals' VeterinarianPractice (Put N/A If You Have Your Own Vet) *
Phone Number Of Your Roomate's Animals' Veterinarian Practice (Put N/A If You Have Your Own Vet) *
Are you committed to training the dog if necessary? *
What type of training techniques would you use if the dog started showing behaviors that were not ideal? *
How much money and time do you expect to spend on training within the first year of owning your new pet? *
How will you make sure your dog gets enough exercise and playtime each day? *
Dogs that are not allowed to get enough exercise and mental stimulation are more likely to have behavioral issues such as chewing, barking, scratching, marking, running around, etc.
Can you afford to provide medical care, grooming, proper diet, proper shelter, and exercise for your new dog? *
How much do you expect to pay for a dog in his or her first year? *
Are you able to make a long-term commitment to care for this dog for its entire life? *
This could easily be a 10-15 year commitment. When adopting a dog from us, you are committing to care for the animal for the rest of its life.
How do you plan to pay for any medical emergencies your pet is likely to experience at some point during its life? *
Hypothetically you've just adopted your dog within 24 hours he or she escapes and someone is driving, on their phone, not paying attention and hits your dog....the vet says it will cost at least $2,500 to repair. What do you do? *
Will you be able to live with fur on your furniture, stains on your rugs, a warm body in your bed, and an animal that might be destructive at times? *
Hypothetically, you come home and find that the dog has just torn up your new leather couch, rug, and chewed through a door. How do you handle this? Please describe your actions. * *
How much time will the dog spend inside and outside on a regular basis? *
How long will the animal be left alone without humans on a regular basis? *
Where will the dog be left alone? *
Have you dog proofed this area to prevent damage/escape? *
Where will the dog sleep at night? *
If something happened to you, who would care for the dog? *
Under what circumstances would you not keep this animal? *
If we DNA tested a dog and it came back with "pit bull" or any related breed, would you still be interested in adopting the dog? *
If you are to be approved to adopt this animal: Would you prefer a digital copy of the adoption packet or a paper copy? *
Please tell us why you believe that you (and your family) would be the best possible option. Why should we pick your family? *
Please add a personal reference to this application, for it is required if you do not have a current veterinarian you use. *
We take extreme care in placing each and every one of our dogs and would love to know more about you! Please leave their name, number/email, and relation to you.
If you are still a dependent of your parents or a gaurdian please provide their name(s) and contact information. *
We take extreme care in placing each and every one of our dogs and do not want to see them returned. Since we do mainly cater to college students we want to make sure that their parents are fully on board before they take this next step in life. Please leave their name, number/email, and relation to you. If this does not apply to you please answer N/A.
How did you hear about us? *
By checking the boxes, I understand: *
If you did not already know, POP is a student-run rescue out of Auburn, AL. Therefore, we do have to put some time aside during the week to focus on class and our additional jobs. Our normal business hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm M-F. In addition, we have been getting feedback that some of our emails are going to junk mail and not being seen by applicants. If you chose email as your preferred method of communication please be checking your email over the next week. Please allow us up to a week to review and process your application. If you have not heard back from us within a week of submitting this application please email us at and we will get back to you right away. If you submit an application on Friday-Sunday be mindful that it may take longer than one week to process. For, we have to check Veterinarian references and most offices close early Saturday and are not open on Sunday. We appreciate your patience and your interest in adopting through us! We could not do what we do without supporters like you! Thank you!

We are currently on Holiday Break intermixed with a period of finals (December 2nd until December 8th). Please allow us at least 5-7 business days to respond to your email. During the week of Christmas: December 20th until December 27th most vet offices have limited hours and it will be more difficult for us to conduct vet checks during this time. Therefore, processing applications may take up to two weeks.
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