The mission of The Delta Humane Society & SPCA is to promote the humane treatment of animals and to promote the bond of caring between humans and animals. We do not destroy our animals. We accomplish our mission by providing shelter, care, and adoption services for misplaced pets. We seek to educate and make the county’s citizens aware of their responsibilities in the crisis of pet overpopulation. We promote public awareness for the care of all animals in our world.
Step 1: Deciding if a pet is right for you.
Before adopting a pet, ask yourself these questions...
- Can I make a lifetime commitment?
- Can I afford a pet?
- Can I devote enough time each day to a pet?
- Do I have an adequate yard/home space for a pet?
Step 2: Finding the right pet
After you have decided that you are ready to adopt, you will need to make sure you find the right pet. Look at all the animals then ask the staff to spend more one on one time with an animal. We encourage you to bring your pets at home so we can see if your current furbabies and your new furbaby get along.
Step 3: Adopting
Once you have chosen the right pet, you will need to fill out the adoption application. The paperwork must be filled out at out facility. DHS SPCA currently doesn't offer online adoption applications.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADOPTING
- You MUST be 18 years or older.
- If you rent, landlords approval is required.
- You must have a valid ID.