Animal Rescue in Niagara County New York
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Save-A-Pet, Bufffalo, Niagara Falls, Lockport NY

For a complete list of adoptable animals please visit www.saveapetniagara.petfinder.com

Click here for Adoption Process and Fees.

Save-A-Pet also keeps a list of privately owned dogs looking for homes.


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paxton

Paxton is as sweet as he is big. At 75 pounds he will lie down to be face to face with little dogs.  He loves all people and other dogs but has an obsessive interest in cats so a home without felines would be best.  Loyal and loving, Paxton would make a wonderful companion for any one.

Jewels is well named. She is a gem of a girl and behaves well in the house.  She is totally trustworthy when left alone. Children and cats are her friends but she has had some bad experiences with other dogs so a home as an only canine is definitely in order. This affectionate girl loves to give kisses and, if allowed, will keep you toasty warm on these long winter nights..
Milo is 14 months old and about 60 pounds. He listens and minds beautifully to both hand and verbal commands. Milo can be mellow and calm or excited and playful depending on how you want him to be. He loves everyone he meets but will bark if the door bell rings. One would never know from his happy disposition and excellent health that this handsome fellow was once an abandoned puppy who beat a very severe case of parvo. Milo is a great boy who would fit into any home.



How can you resist the sweet face of "Charlie Brown"? Charlie has been in foster for quite some time and he is still patiently waiting his forever home. This two year old boy is completely house trained and is wonderful in the house when left alone, as he is not the least bit destructive. Charlie knows his basic commands and walks super on a leash. Charlie is an all around great dog but because of his need to have all the attention, we feel that Charlie must be an only dog. Charlie will make an awesome companion and will shower his family with never ending affection. Please give Charlie a chance and you will see what we see, that Charlie is simply wonderful.





 
Romeo probably had a home a some point in his life but by the looks of him when he was found, it was a long time ago. He came to us with ear mites, bad teeth and eyelids that needed surgery. At first a little cautious with all the fuss he was getting but now he is one big lover. Looking for a cat who will pay attention to you? This guy is the one!

 
Marley is a beautifully marked Bengal mix cat. Some of the words the foster home uses to describe her are feisty, friendly, confident, dominant and very vocal. So if you need someone to talk to, Marley would fit the bill! She will get along with other cats after she is properly introduced. She is also a lover and will do anything to get some attention and petted. 




Adoption Process
Save-A-Pet’s dogs and cats are fostered with loving care in our volunteers’ homes prior to adoption by the perfect new owners. You can meet pets waiting to be adopted at our monthly Pick A Pet shows or by arranging a private visit between shows. Call our information number, (716) 559-3020, for more information. Save A Pet’s work is concentrated in eastern Niagara County, NY and in some neighboring communities.

All Save-A-Pet animals are up-to date on vaccinations and are spayed or neutered. Those requiring additional veterinary care prior to adoption have received the best possible professional treatment. Adopters will be informed of any known health issues an animal may have.

If you’d like to adopt a dog or cat from Save-A-Pet, you will be interviewed so that we can be sure that the pet will be going to a great home. Potential adopters fill out an adoption application prior to the adoption. Before the adoption is finalized, a home visit is required. An adoption form, completed when the adoption takes place, gives us a permanent record of the animal’s new ownership.

Download adoption applications: Cat | Dog


Adoption Fees
The cat adoption fee is $75 for cats and kittens 7 months to 4 years. If two cats in this age group are adopted at the same time, the fee for two is $125.

The adoption fee for kittens up to 7 months is $95.00 for one or $145.00 for two kittens in this age group.

The adoption fee for cats age 4 years and over is $40.00.

The dog adoption fee is $200.

This fee includes all their vaccinations spay/neutering, and whatever other vet work they may need to get them ready for adoption.

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