Step 2: Dog meet-and-greet (for dog adoptions only)
Jul 7, 2012 - Our next "meet and greet" is set for July 6-8th or until all dogs and puppies are adopted
We have a private Meet and Greet room available for the dogs to get to know each other on neutral ground to ensure they get along. Please make sure your dog(s) is leashed, per our policy. If you are adopting a new friend, feel free to bring a leash or we can provide a standard nylon leash for free.
Looking for a new dog? We've partnered with Golden State Greyhound Adoption to offer dog adoption events at our Lafayette store. Attending a Golden State Greyhound Adoption 'Meet-and-Greet' is a greyt way for you to get a hands-on introduction to the breed, speak in person with adoption coordinators and get answers to any questions you may have.
Feb 8, 2015 - Meet and Greet Dog Adoption Event
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We regularly hold Meet & Greet events throughout each month. This is a chance for you to come out and meet our adoptable dogs and fill out an application to adopt or foster. The times and locations are always available on the left side at the top of this page, so be sure to check there frequently to see where we’ll be!After the phone conference and if your application is approved, we will schedule a meet-and-greet. We require a meet-and-greet with your current dog(s)and/or cat(s), and immediate family members (spouse, children, roommates, etc.) to ensure a great fit. The first meet-and-greet will be done at the foster home (humans only) and the second meet-and-greet will be done at the potential adopter’s home (at this time, we will do a dog and/or cat introduction). Please be aware that ALL of our adoptable animals are in foster homes in SE Wisconsin. Please be flexible and allow ample amount of time to schedule a meet-and-greet.Any dog that leaves our care must have a current health certificate (issued within fourteen days of adoption), per state regulation. We try to have current health certificates on any dog prior to a meet and greet, though it’s not always possible to do so. If the dog does have a current health certificate and your application has been processed and approved, you are able to adopt the pup at the time you meet them. (Again, we will not hold the pup for a long period of time and generally look to a decision being made at the meet and greet. If a decision is not made at that time, your pup will be considered to be available to other adopters.) If the dog does not have a current health certificate or your application has not yet been submitted and approved, the dog cannot go home that day. We will work with you to schedule pick-up, usually within one week, but sometimes dependent on our ability to get into see the veterinarian. If you are driving from a significant distance, we almost always work with you to make sure the pup will be ready to go home with you that day or will make sure you know if the pup will not be available to go home that day.Our rescue is looking for volunteers to assist at a Dog Adoption Meet & Greet. You will help homeless dogs find their forever homes by holding dogs on leashes so that they can be seen by potential adopters. Volunteers will also assist with walking dogs, watching dogs in pens, brushing dogs, set up/break down, and possibly other various tasks as needed.