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Click here to view our Adoptable Cats and Adoptable Dogs


When you adopt a pet from a shelter, humane society or rescue organization, you are helping to save precious lives.



MISSION PAWSIBLE makes all efforts to conduct a behavior evaluation as well as a health assessment of each animal we rescue. We provide our dogs with necessary vaccinations and monthly heartworm and flea preventative, test for heartworms,  microchip, and spay/neuter prior to adoption. Some cats and dogs require additional medical care such as surgeries or heart worm treatments. 


Before completing the adoption application, you should consider the following:

  • We typically DO NOT do same day adoptions.

  • You must be 21 or over to adopt.

  • All current pets in your house must be up to date on their vaccinations.

  • We only adopt pets to be household companions and a part of the family... no outside only dogs.

  • If you rent, you must have your landlord's permission to have a pet and be able to pay pet deposit if applicable. We will need to verify this.

  • You must have the time to provide proper care and training.

  • You must have the financial means to provide essential care for your pet such as quality food, bedding, toys, treats, routine vet care, monthly heart worm prevention & flea prevention, as well as possible emergency care. Ask yourself: What you would do if my pet got sick or was injured?

  • *And most importantly: Make sure that you and your family are willing and able to make the commitment to love and care for this pet for the rest of it's life!


Adoption Process
  • To request an adoption application, email us at

  • Applications will be reviewed in the order they are received and do our best to respond to you as soon as we can. If you do not hear back from us within one week, it's because we received other applications prior to yours, and the pet may be on a trial adoption. We will contact you to let you know.

  • If the application is approved, we will contact you to schedule a meet-n-greet and a home visit.

  • After the meet-n-greet, and if we feel that the pet might be a good match for your family, we will let you take the pet on a trial adoption. During the trial period, we will keep in touch to make sure it is a good match for you and for the pet.

  • Once you decide that the pet is a good match, we will meet with you to do the final paperwork. You will need to sign the adoption contract and pay the adoption fee. You will also receive an adoption folder with the dog's vet records. All adopted animals receive a report from the foster parents about the dogs’ personality, temperament, activity level, likes and dislikes to assist with a smoother welcome home process.

  • We also ask that after adopting you email us photos & updates of your new pet.



Adoption Fees

Adoption fees vary per animal. This adoption fee helps us recover a portion of the expenses from the care, spay/neuter, or additional medical needs and it allows us to continue rescuing more dogs and cats.





*Although every attempt has been made to ensure all animals we have are healthy, it is impossible to guarantee animal's longterm health, especially if there are no signs or symtoms of any illness while the animal is in our care. Many diseases may not show any signs for days, weeks or even years. Furthermore, we cannot predict if a dog may develop health conditions in the future. Because of that, we want to make sure that you are willing to accept the responsibility to take care and treat any illness or health condition that the animal you adopt may devolop after it has been adopted.


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