Pup Squad Animal Rescue works hard to find the perfect home for all of the dogs and cats in our care. We offer a ‘Foster to Adopt’ option for a couple of reasons. First, we want to make sure that the newest addition to your family is completely up to date on shots as well as being spayed or neutered. If all of the pup’s vetting hasn’t taken place, we follow up with you to make sure that it does– at our expense. As part of Pup Squad’s mission to reduce the overpopulation of animals in the Houston area, we are committed to spaying and neutering 100% of the dogs and cats adopted out by our organization. Some of our puppies are ready to go to their new homes but are too young to be spayed and neutered. We want to make sure these pups are sterilized even after they are transferred to their adoptive families. Also, we want you to be absolutely sure that this is going to be the perfect fit, and sometimes it makes the most sense to try things out. In either of these cases, we want to make sure that you are absolutely satisfied with your adoption!
Follow up for by a Pup Squad representative for your pups medical needs should occur within 2 weeks of your adoption date. If at that point, you haven’t heard from us, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure the email address and/or phone number you provide on the adoption contract is correct so we are able to contact you in a timely manner.
We require that your new pet be spayed or neutered between 12 and 16 weeks of age or within 60 days of adoption. Special circumstances can arise, and Pup Squad will work with you to accommodate your needs as best we can. We offer services at a variety of veterinary clinics in the greater Houston area and we will work every adopter to make appointments as convenient as possible.
We want to give you a fair amount of time to really determine if your new addition is truly the perfect fit, so discuss a time frame with your adoption counselor or the pet’s foster at the time of adoption. If you have further questions or concerns once you bring your new pet home, feel free to contact your adoption counselor or the foster whose name is listed at the bottom of the health record that was given to you at the time of adoption.