Woofs and Books Adoption Application
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1. Type of pet you wish to adopt:
2. Name of specific pet you wish to adopt (if known):
3. Describe in detail why you wish to adopt the pet(s):
5. Do you currently have any other pets?
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Date of Birth
First Name

Last Name
Street Address
City
Zip
Email Address
Background Questions
In order to be considered to adopt a pet from Woofs and Books, you must:
Be 18 years of age or older;
If you are below 18 years, a parent or legal guardian should fill in the form;
Have the knowledge and consent of your landlord if you currently rent;
Have identification (of the same person who is filling up the form) showing your present address for          verification purposes only;
Be able and willing to provide a loving, safe and peaceful environment for the pet;
Have the financial resources and be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to                provide training, medical treatment, including annual vaccines, and proper care for the pet.
All members of the household must be in agreement and willing to adopt a pet.
Your veterinarian will be called as a reference and to verify vaccination records.
A home visit will be required if adopting a dog, and may be required if adopting a cat or rabbit.
Adopter's Information
Employer
State
Phone (Mobile)
Employer Phone
4. Will this be your first pet?
4(a). If you answered "no" to the above, what types of pets have you had previously, and how long did they live?
6. What other animals do you currently have? (include breed, age, and gender)
7. Have your other pets been spayed or neutered?
8. Are your other pets currrent on vaccinations?
9.  Do you provide heartworm preventative and/or flea medication to your other pets?
10.  Do your other pets live inside, outside, or split their time between these two options?  Where do they live while inside/outside?
11.  Will your other pets adjust to having a new pet enter the household?  If not, how will you work to remedy the conflict?
12.  How many adults and children are in your family?  Please provide the ages of any children.
13.  Do you anticipate expanding or adding to your household in the future?  (Other pets, adult family members moving in with you, adopting/having children, taking on renters, etc.)  If yes, please explain.
14.  Do any members of your family have animal allergies?
15.  Are ALL members of the family in agreement on adopting this pet?  If no, please explain.
16.  Is your home pet-proofed? (i.e. electric cords covered, no chemicals on floors, plants poisonous to pets have been removed from pet’s living and play areas, etc.)  If no, explain steps you will need to take to make your home pet-friendly.
17. Will someone be home with the pet(s) during the day?.
17(a). If you answered “No” to Question 17, how many hours a day will the pet(s) be alone?
Hours/Day
18. How much time are you willing to spend with your pet(s)?
Hours/Day
19. What living arrangements do you plan for your pet(s)?  (i.e. indoors, outdoors, kennel during the day, dog run, etc.)
20. If you plan to keep your pet(s) in a kennel or cage, how much time will they be allowed to run around/exercise daily?  Are you knowledgeable on how to crate train a dog?
21. Do you currently have a veterinarian?  If so, do they have expertise in the type of animal(s) you plan to adopt?
21(a). Do you give Woofs and Books permission to contact your veterinarian?  Please provide the name and number of your veterinarian.
Vet Name and Phone
22. Are you willing and able to pay the veterinary costs of caring for your new pet(s)?.
23. Are you willing to take the time to work with the pet(s) on housebreaking or chewing, if such problems arise?
24. Do you understand that it may take several weeks or longer for your new pet(s) to adjust to its new life in your home, and that accidents and issues may arise?
24(a). If these problems do arise, how do you plan to handle the situation?
25. If you move, will you take the pet(s) with you?
26. Are you willing and able to care for the pet and take responsibility for it for the rest of its life?
27. Have you applied to adopt an animal in the past?  If so, when?
When, if so?
28. Have you given up a pet or pets in the past?  If yes, please explain.
****Dog Only Section - If you are not adopting a dog, skip to Question 31****
29. Do you understand that certain do breeds bark a lot, and that trying to teach them not to bark may go against the dog's basic instinct?
29(a). Are you prepared to tolerate a lot of barking?
29(b). Do you reside in a location where barking is tolerated?
30. Do you have a fully fenced backyard?  Describe the height of the fence, area of the yard/enclosure, and material and construction of the fence.
31. Do you rent or own your home?  If you rent, please provide the name and number of your landlord so Woofs and Books can verify that pets are allowed.
****End Dog Only Section ****
32. A home inspection may be required.  Are you willing to allow a Woofs and Books representative to visit your home?
33. Describe the activity level in your home:
34. Under what circumstances would you return the pet(s)?
35. What provisions will you make for your pet(s) should you become unable to care for it?
References
Please provide us with two (2) personal references:
Reference Name
Reference Phone
Reference Name
Reference Phone
Reference Email
Reference Email
Cat
Rabbit
Dog
Other
Yes
No
Yes
No (If no, skip to question 12)
Yes
No (If no, please explain in the space below)
Yes
No (If no, please explain in the space below)
Yes
No (If no, please explain in the space below)
Yes
No (If no, please explain remedy in the space below)
Yes (Please explain below)
No
Yes (Please explain below)
No
Yes
No (If no, please explain below)
Yes
No (If no, please explain remedy in the space below)
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Rent
Own
Yes
No
Busy (Frequent visits by friends, meetings, children, parties at home)
Noisy (TV, stereo, machinery, tools, children playing, animals barking)
Moderate (Normal comings and goings)
Quiet (Homebodies, few guests)
Other
New Job
Divorce
Illness
Move
New baby
Change in financial situation
None