You’ll need to fill out an online adoption application. Please have references ready to speak to us on the phone. Application processing takes 2-3 business days. It is first come, first serve and we don’t put holds on dogs.
Please note that we do not adopt dogs out of state.
Puppies are $400 and Adults are $300. There is a $12.99 fee to the microchip company to register the microchip to the adopter.
All dogs are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. You will also receive a coupon for 30 days of pet insurance. At some events, you will also receive a coupon book.
DCCR does not adopt siblings. We follow the guidance of animal behavioral experts who agree that sibling bonds can prevent healthy bonding with new family members.
In order to return your pet, you must do the following:
You must contact us immediately if this occurs so we can make arrangements to get your dog to the vet.
Please contact Douglas County Canine Rescue immediately in the event you feel your dog is not working out in your home. You also must contact us before you relinquish your dog so we can make proper arrangements for the dog and you can fill out forms.
We recommend that you adopt no more than two dogs as it is very stressful on both the dogs and your household.
It typically takes 2-3 business days to process applications. In times of high demand it can take longer but we strive to get all applicants processed as quickly as possible. You can decrease the time it takes to process your application by having references who are ready to answer the phone and speak to us.
Yes, but you must provide a copy of your lease agreement that states specifically that dogs are permitted. Some lease agreements also have specific size pets that are permitted so please make sure the dog you have selected meets the requirements of your lease.
Our adoption policy is first come first served. To have a better chance at getting the dog you want, please make sure you get your application in right away. Applications are good for 30 days following approval.
No, our fosters are solely responsible for the dogs or puppies in our care until we can process the formal adoption. They are not permitted to let the dogs leave their custody prior.
Absolutely! We love our “foster fails”! But you still need to complete the adoption paperwork to process the formal adoption.
You can work with the dog’s foster parent to arrange a meet and greet with our current pet. Adult dogs are also available for ‘foster to adopt’ where you can foster for a week and see if they are compatible.
Once your applications is approved, DCCR will contact you to arrange for contract signatures and microchip assignment. These steps occur at our office in Castle Rock or at other locations approved by DCCR.