Virtual Adoption Details

VIRTUAL ADOPTION is new, and we know it is not like the old way of meeting your new pup, but we hope in some ways it may be even better.

Here are some details to keep in mind while you go through the adoption process after you have been approved.

Virtual PUPPY Adoptions
(in most situations)

Puppy AlertPlease let your adoption coach know what litter of puppies you are interested in or what puppy
FaceTimeAfter you have chance to virtually meet the available pups, you let us know which one you want
SelectionAfter you have chance to virtually meet the available pups, you let us know which one you want
PaperworkWe will send you the paperwork to sign and the link for the adoption donation
MeetingYour pup has been in foster care, so we’ll arrange a meet the pup in person at a neutral location or the foster family home
It’s a MatchYou will have a few minutes to meet the pup and make sure it is a match
CompleteIf all goes well the adoption is complete and you will take home your new pup

Virtual DOG Adoptions
(in most situations)

Dog AlertReview our website with available dogs and let your adoption coach know which one you are interested in meeting
FaceTimeWe’ll coordinate with the foster and see if they are willing to FaceTime you with the dog
Questions?The foster will review the attributes of the dog from what they see and know
SelectionAfter you have chance to virtually meet the dog, you can decide if you want to move forward and meet the dog in person
Meet&GreetWe will set up a neutral area where you can meet and observe the dog with the foster. Then the foster will give you the dog to interact with for 15-20 minutes, at that time you will decide this is the right dog for you
PaperworkWe will have you complete the adoption application and make the adoption donations
CompleteYou will take your new dog home

Thank you for supporting our nonprofit rescue during this trying time. We rely solely on donations which have dropped substantially. With over 350 dogs in our care we are in need of monetary donations. Any donations at this time are critical to our future.

Labs and More will continue to adhere to the CDC requirements and ask that you bring hand sanitizer with you for the meet, wash your hands and maintain 6-10ft of distance from humans. The good news is dog hugs are still readily available!

Thank you from the Labs and More Volunteers

PS please be kind to our Volunteers by arriving on time and respecting the time allotted for the meetings. Without our Volunteers we could not do this great work.