Get A Life Pet Rescue is a small dog, nonprofit, no-kill, foster home only, quality of life organization. We rescue and rehabilitate dogs from kill facilities, hoarding cases and owner surrenders. We do not receive grants nor government funding and rely on your donations to continue to give each dog quality vet care with rehabilitation and adopt to qualified adopters. This gives every dog the best chance at a healthy life with a devoted home! You can help by getting food donations from holistic food companies, donating supplies, vitamin/joint supplements for senior dogs and other dogs in our current care, as well as your financial contributions, are deeply appreciated!
Get A Life PetRescue has procedures in place to ensure each pet rescued has the opportunity to become a lifetime companion of his/her adopter. Please read below to understand our adoption process. We are always available via email to answer any questions you may have regarding our policies and procedures.
Q Adoption Procedure:
Meeting with the dog(s)
Adoption DonationBetween $150-$400
Q Basic Medical Care For Rescued Pets:
A complete physical Examination
Spay or Neuter
Heartworm/Ehrlichia/Lyme Tested & treated if needed
Fecal Tested & treated if needed
Corona Virus & Adenovirus Type-2 Vaccines
Microchipped plus lifetime registration (not for cats)
Grooming (as needed)
Dental Cleaning (if needed)
Started on Heartworm Preventative and Flea & tick preventative
Pawsitive Dog Training by Lori Hill 561-703-3542 offers a discounted basic training and doggie acclimation home visit PLUS a substantial discount on specific behavior training programs to help you and your dog understand each other and live happily together, available to Get-A-Life Pet Rescue adopters!
Q What Makes Qualified Adopters:
Applicant must be 21 years or older
Applicants current pet should be up to date with appropriate vaccines
Applicants current pets must be on monthly heartworm prevention
Applicants pet needs to be spay/neutered unless medical reasons permit
All people in household need be present at home check
Landlord or Home Owners Associations approval for pet
Applicants must be a resident of Broward, Dade or Palm Beach County (open to exceptions).