Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts

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Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA

Our Adoptable Pet List

Contact

Address: 1300 West Elm Street Extension, Brockton, MA 02301
Phone: 508-586-2053
Hours:
Sunday 12-4pm
Monday CLOSED
Tuesday 1-4pm
Wednesday CLOSED
Thursday 1-4pm
Friday 1-4pm
Saturday 12-4pm
Email: adoptions@apcsm.org
Web: www.apcsm.org

Check out our wish list! These are the items the adoption center most needs.
Without generous support from the community, we would not be able to care for the animals relying on us. Click here to donate.
Thank you for your support!

Events

Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser Night!

Thursday, July 17th, 2014

Bring the ticket and 10% of your bill is donated to our shelter! More info

Bake Sale!

Join us on the second Saturday of every month for delicious home made goodies! All proceeds benefit the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts.

Paws in the Park

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

NRT Sheep Pasture, N. Easton, MA

Save the date for our annual fundraising walk and day of doggy fun at the NRT's Sheep Pasture in S. Easton, MA! Enjoy a performance by Flying High Frisbee Dogs, children's activities, contests for your dogs, and so much more!. Keep an eye on our website for more details and to purchase tickets: More info here.

News

The Animal Rescue Site $100,000 Shelter Challenge!

How can you help the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts obtain one of these prize grants?

  • Visit here every day to vote for our shelter & adoption center and to learn more. Then enter "Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MA" and click the "Vote Button".
  • Do this daily!
  • Share this with your friends, family & colleagues asking them to do the same.

Adoption Info

Thank you for visiting the adoption center! We're happy that you are interested in providing a home for one of our animals. We hope that this information will help to explain our adoption process -- but if you have any questions, please feel welcome to ask a staff member for more details during your visit.

  • Plan to spend as much time as possible becoming acquainted with the animals in our adoption center. Each animal has his or her distinct personality, as do you. Our goal is to assist you in finding your best match for a lifelong companion.
  • We'll take you outside with the dogs, or bring the cats and small animals into get acquainted areas. Please ask questions -- that's why we're here.
  • We'll ask you to fill out a brief application. An adoption counselor will discuss with you some of the particular needs of the animal you have chosen, and how that animal will fit into your particular home situation. During the course of this discussion, we'll ask you for just a few specific things:
    • As a courtesy, we'd like to speak with your landlord, and make sure there are no pet policies that you may be unaware of. Please bring that contact information with you. If you own your own home, we will ask to see verification, either through a tax, water or mortgage bill. Some cities and towns have online taxpayer databases that we can access if you did not bring verification with you.
    • If you have other animals in the household, please bring information about your veterinarian (the clinic name and phone number are fine) to ensure everyone is up to date on vaccinations (i.e. distemper, rabies...)
    • We want to help you make the best match for your home. This may require children, other dogs, and all household members to come meet the potential new friend.

Please understand that in order to give our animals the best possible chance for a new home, no animal may be placed on hold. You need to complete the adoption process before the animal can be guaranteed to you.

Adoption Costs

Dogs Dog fees range from $275-$400. Some of our dogs have been transported from overcrowded shelters in desperate need of help finding homes for adoptable dogs and their adoption fee of $400 covers the cost of transport and quarantine. All adoption fees also cover the following expenses:
  DHLPP Vaccination
  Bordatella Vaccination
  Rabies Vaccination
  Heartworm Test and one month’s preventative deworming
  Spay/Neuter Surgery
  Flea-Tick preventive
  ID tag
  Martingale collar and 6 foot leash
Cats   5 months and under - $175.00
6 months and over - $125.00 adoption fee covers the following expenses:
Spay/Neuter Surgery
FVRCP Vaccination
Rabies Vaccination
Feline Leukemia Test for kittens
Felv FIV Test for cats older than 6 months
Deworming
Flea preventive
Collar & ID tag

*Adoption fee for bonded pairs of adult cats is $150 for the pair.

Rabbits $85.00 adoption fee includes spay or neuter
Ferrets $50.00 adoption fee includes rabies vaccination
Guinea Pigs $30.00 adoption fee
Small Rodents $10.00 adoption fee
Other Pets Adoption fee differs per animal. Please ask staff.

Some animals may have higher adoption fees which include additional veterinary services.

Spay/neuter surgeries and rabies vaccinations are performed by:

Lloyd Animal Medical Center
1995 Washington St., Stoughton
781-344-2500

Brockton Animal Hospital
386 Belmont Street, Brockton
508-588-4142
(also includes physical exam / consultation)

Easton Veterinary Clinic
100 Main Street, No. Easton
508-238-0076
(also includes physical exam / consultation)

Donate a Bed
Our dogs love to sleep on Kuranda Dog beds, but we don't have enough for everyone. If you would like to donate a bed at a special wholesale price for a another dog to sleep in comfort, please donate a Kuranda dog bed.

APCSM.org

The Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts (APCSM) is an open admission animal care & adoption facility, focus on prevention of cruelty to animals, education & helping the community. The Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts is a registered 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.

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