Winter is always a tough time for our dogs, while The Lost Dogs’ Home Warra Shelter in Bracken Ridge is currently bursting at the seams! Some of the dogs for adoption have been in search of their new home for quite some time, so it’s important those in our care are given every opportunity to find the family of their dreams.
Starting today, August 7th, the shelter will offer half price adoptions on all dogs and puppies going to loving homes. This comes as the half price adoptions on cats will continue until August 31st. Dogs and pups will be continuing until the October 30th.
For a limited time only you can adopt a dog or puppy for $159, normally priced at $318.
The adoption fee covers the cost of veterinary treatments including desexing, worming, microchipping and vaccinations. Prospective adopters will however, need to complete a Pet Licence Test online at petlicence.com.au or in person at the Home prior to adopting a pet.
Advantages of Adoption
With spring just around the corner, it’s the ideal time to shake the winter blues – and kilos – and get fit for summer with one of the many active breeds we have available for adoption.
We have Coolie, Kelpie and Collie crosses, just to name a few, all waiting for the chance to find their perfect match.
Warra Shelter Manager Corinne Alberthsen believes the promotion is ideal for those of you who have considered adoption.
“When you take into consideration all the veterinary care each animal is given before adoption this is great deal. However, more importantly, we are looking to find our animals homes where they will be happy, loved and safe,” she said.
Ms Alberthsen said “owning a new pet is an important life decision and taking advantage of the amazing half-price adoption offer while learning about the responsibilities of pet ownership is easy. “
“The Pet Licence is a good way of understanding what’s expected when committing to adopt and care for an animal for life,” said Corinne, “It covers exercise and dietary needs, the cost of veterinary treatments, the need for socialisation and playtime, and everything else in between,” she said.