JELLYSTONE BARK'S RESCUE RANGER'S
DOG ADOPTION APPLICATION
Please take your time and carefully fill out this form, providing explanations wherever necessary, so that we can match you with the dog that best fits your lifestyle. When you are finished, please "hit" the send button at the end of this page.
If you have any questions about the application or our organization, please contact us via email The process takes approximately 24 hours, we are all volunteers so please be patient. If you do not hear from us within 24 hours please email us as there could be a transmission issue.
The adoption cost of your new pet may vary and it assists us in the rescue of another. This cost vastly outweighs, for the services received, retail veterinary costs for you.
Included in the cost of adoption through JBRR, all pets based on health and age requirements, include their spay/neuter, heartworm check, deworming, core vaccines, have had a monthly flea/tick prevention and/or heartworm prevention and microchipping. Your new pet will also include a FREE veterinary health exam at a JBRR participating veterinarian and a month of pet insurance. As mentioned above, retail costs for the same services provided in adoption, greatly exceed your adoption cost. Some retail costs on a pet acquired from alternative sources which are not included the services we provide, are as follows.
• Some clinics and animal hospitals can charge between $200-$500 or more, depending on the weight of the dog.
• Puppies are vaccinated in three sequences. Adult dogs receive one round of vaccinations annually.
• The basic shots -- for distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, parainfluenza and sometimes leptospirosis and coronavirus -- usually are administered together in a combination vaccine. The rabies vaccine is given separately in accordance with local laws.
o The average cost for adult dog vaccinations ranges from $20 to $150 or more in the first year, and from $10 to $100 or more per year afterward.
o The cost varies based on geographic region, which vaccinations are given and whether they are done at a veterinarian's office or a low-cost vaccination clinic run by a local government or humane organization.
o Extra vaccinations usually cost between $10 to $50 or more each.
• A topspot flea and tick control product administered monthly costs between $150 and $300 or more per year, depending on the size of the dog. This type is by far the most popular because it prevents both fleas and ticks -- and sometimes other pests -- and is safe and easy to use. It also kills adult fleas and prevents new larvae from developing.
Thanks so much for choosing to adopt a homeless baby!!
President & Founder
Jellystone Bark's Rescue RANGERs
I am in animal rescue. My pockets and gas tank are always empty. My
home is always hairy and my inbox full of sadness. But my heart is
full when I see those who have been saved.
Please don't buy, while shelter pets die.