Welcome to Scooters Pals

Dog Adoption Application
Disclaimer: Due to the limited time spent with the rescued animals, Scooter's Pals is not responsible for the health, behavior, or temperament of the animals listed by or adopted from this group.

Our adoption fee is our attempt to recoup part of what it costs our rescue to adopt out a dog that has been spayed or neutered, heart worm tested, current on all vaccinations, given whatever vet care has been necessary since he/she was rescued and microchipped.

Please enter your contact info

City: State: Zip:
Home Phone:
Cell Phone:
Work Phone:

Please tell us about your ideal dog:

What dog(s) on our website are you interested in?
Energy Level:
Coat Type:
Additional characteristics you are looking for:

If necessary can you provide:

House Training:
Crate Training:
Obedience Training:
Additional assistance you can provide:

Please descibe your home environment and pets:

Have landlords permission for a pet?
Contact name/number of property manager
How long have you lived there?
Do you have a yard?
If yes, what size is it?
Is your yard fenced?
If yes, fence height?
Do you have a pool?
Gender and ages of people in the home
Are there other animals in the home?
Gender and ages of animals in the home
Are they altered?
Up to date on vaccines, flea and heartworm preventative?
Please provide the name and number of a vet for a reference.
Have you owned dogs in the past?
If so, what happened to them?
Adopting a dog is a commitment that could last over 10 yrs - are you prepared to take care of a dog for this period? If you cannot, what would you do?

About your new dog:

Where will the dog spend the day?
How many hours will the dog spend alone?
How many hours will the dog spend outside daily?
What will be the dog's sleeping area?
What activities do you plan for your dog?
If necessary, how do you plan on obedience training your dog?
If you have visiting strangers including small children in your household are you willing to supervise or manage the dog so that they have little or no contact until your dog becomes accustomed to them?
Agree to follow your vet's advice on vaccines, etc?