An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Well… not REALLY. But, when it comes to pets there are proven health benefits for their people, including physical, mental and emotional improvements, from enhancing social skills to decreasing the risk of heart attack! They lure us in with their adorable eyes and unique personalities, then they offer us unconditional love, help us learn, provide us comfort, encourage nurturing, keep us healthy and fit, build family bonds, give us a sense of purpose and help us feel safe.
We almost always have a large variety of adult dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens to choose from. Finding your new forever friend should not be hard to do. All adoptable animals are given wormer and their first shots here at the shelter. Rabies Vaccinations are not part of our routine shots, the adopter is responsible for this vaccine.
After adoption, you will receive an appointment for your adopted pets spay or neuter surgery at your choice of 6 vets. The New River Humane Society pays for this surgery. You do have the option of having the spay or neuter done at the vet of your choice, but you will then be responsible for the cost. Any pet from an animal shelter, animal control, or humane society is spayed or neutered.