The mission of Black Dog Animal Rescue is to provide homeless animals across Wyoming with guaranteed safe and secure placement, promote the use of proven life-saving programs in our communities, and advocate for animal welfare.
BDAR considers pet adoption to be a privilege and that good pet owners can demonstrate a history of responsible practices. Our basic requirements are as follows:
Adopters must be at least 18 years of age
Adopters’ current pets must be current on their rabies vaccination per local ordinances
Adopters must be able to provide a current veterinary reference if they own other pets or have recently owned pets
If the adopter rents, they must be able to provide a landlord reference stating that pets are allowed on the property
Adopter cannot intend for the animal to be kept as an outdoor only pet, or for the primary mode of containment to be tethering
Adopters must be a good match for the animal in question as determined by our adoption counselors
Our adoption fees includes spay or neuter, current age appropriate vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, a free first vet exam, and 30 free days of pet health insurance.
A note about our adoption fees:
BDAR utilizes a variable pricing structure for all of its adoptable animals. Adoption fees are determined based on an animal's perceived desirability, age, training or medical investment, and the length of time they have been available for adoption. Some animals are priced higher than others. These animals' adoption fees provide a legacy gift for others in the program who may need additional resources in order to get the same chance in a forever home.