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Falling in love with a dog is easy, but please think before making a lifelong commitment.
After you adopt that cutie, he or she will become a family member for life. Every person and dog has a different personality and lifestyle. Before adopting, ask yourself these questions.
About my lifestyle
Are my usual leisure activities more suited to a highly active dog or one that likes to stay at home?
Do all members of my household want a dog?
How long would my dog have to stay home alone each day?
How many times a day can I take my dog out for walks?
What kind of activities do I want to do with my dog?
When I go away, will my dog come with me or will I make other arrangements?
About my home environment
Where do I want my dog to sleep?
Are there places nearby to go for walks and explore?
Will I let my dog on sofas and beds?
Do I need to make my home safer, like making balcony railings or fences higher or blocking off entries and exits?
About practical matters
What is my monthly budget (for dog food, vaccinations, parasite prevention, grooming and veterinary treatment including emergencies)?
Who will share the responsibility of the dog’s daily care?
Do I want to buy pet medical insurance?
In case of emergency, who can take care of my dog?
What is the adoption process?
Fill out the adoption application form or email us, describing the kind(s) of dogs you are looking for.
Make an appointment to meet the candidates.
Take a dog home for a trial adoption.
If everything goes well during the trial, usually lasting four to eight weeks, officially adopt the dog by signing an adoption contract. We will then transfer the dog’s ownership and microchip number to you.
How much does it cost to adopt a dog?
When a dog is officially adopted, we ask for an adoption fee of NT$3,000. The money will be used for to help other dogs get ready for adoption on expenses such as veterinary treatment, regular health checks and parasite control.
What’s the difference between adoption and fostering?
Can I take a dog home right after I meet him or her?
If you’ve prepared and made full arrangements to welcome a dog home, communicated with our staff beforehand, and the meeting goes well, it is possible to start the trial visit the same day you meet your dog.
Why do dogs need foster homes?
What are a foster family’s responsibilities and what support do they get?
- Veterinary care (at designated clinic)
- Basic dog-care equipment
- Dog care when on business or vacation trips
- Right of first refusal to adopt any fostered dog and adoption fee waiver
- Meet the dog’s basic daily needs (ensuring safety and providing a clean environment, food and water, attention, daily walks and opportunities to explore and socialize)
- Monitor the dog’s health and report back regularly to the Pack
- When needed, follow vet instructions for special care.
- If possible take photos and videos of the foster dogs for us to have good material to promote the foster dog on socail media
- Be on the lookout for potential adopters and be the dog’s matchmaker!
- If possible, take the dog to PACK adoption event.(PACK can also arrange the delivering)