Good Dog Training Program

The Good Dog Training Program was designed to help harder to adopt dogs find their forever homes.  These dogs are wonderful dogs. They’re playful, sweet, and affectionate…  Their problem?  The way they look.  Dogs in the Good Dog Training Program are usually 50 pounds or over and have the appearance of a bully type breed —which some people may find intimidating.

We’re here to change that perception! With our new Good Dog Training Program, these dogs complete some of the most hands-on training out of all the dogs at Peggy Adams. Six to eight dogs are put through a rigorous but fun 6 week training course ending with a certification exam to show off their new-found skills. 

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Good Dog Training Program

Pets for Heroes

Pets for Heroes is a program which honors those who are currently serving or have served in the United States military an opportunity to adopt any dog or cat at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League with no cost. All adoption fees are waived and all new pet parents receive complimentary benefits including a training crate or carrier, bed, litter box, scratching post, collar/harness, leash, enrichment toy, water and food bowls, Hill’s Pet Nutrition starter bag of food, 30-days of free pet insurance and an ID tag.  Our nation’s heroes will also receive for their newly adopted pet, free yearly veterinarian exams at the League, free training classes, and access to Behavior Helpline for life of the pet. They also will receive a 20 % lifetime discount on heartworm testing, heartworm/flea/tick preventatives, wellness services and a 20 % lifetime discount in the Shaggy Shop boutique located at Peggy Adams.  *A $20 rabies tag fee does apply to Palm Beach County residents.

Military personal currently on Active Duty must provide Peggy Adams with a copy of their current original orders or Common Access Card (CAC Card). Veterans, Retired, or Inactive (Character of Service must be Honorable) military personal must show their DD214, DD256 or NGB-22. 

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Pets for Patriots

Dolly’s Dream

Dolly’s Dream is a project to encourage the adoption of our “Square Heads,” or some may call “Pit Bulls” or “bully breeds,” and to help counter the unfortunate stereotypes and myths that some people still believe about these dogs.

The Dolly’s Dream Project sponsors two great dogs available for adoption at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. When these two dogs are adopted, the adopters will receive a waived adoption fee, free ID tag and County tag, collar, harness, leash, training crate, dog bed, toys, training treat bag, food and water bowls, and seven months of pet insurance.

To learn more, visit our Dolly’s Dream page.

 

Dolly's Dream Adoption Program

 

 

Grey Whisker Club

Save a Senior! Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League encourages the adoption of our senior pets through our Grey Whisker Club adoption program. Research shows that having a pet helps people lead healthier lives, and the benefits are many: companionship, lowered blood pressure, stress relief, sense of purpose and responsibility, and the list goes on. We think pets are so important to keeping our community healthy and happy, we’ll even pick up the tab on the adoption fee and ID tag, as well as yearly wellness exams, monthly flea and heartworm preventatives, and annual vaccinations. Senior pets make the best pets! A $20 rabies tag fee does apply to Palm Beach County residents.

Meet the Grey Whisker Club members!

 

Grey Whisker Club

 

 

Fospice

A Fospice Parent provides permanent fostering of animals with medical conditions which would preclude them from being placed in a loving home through the adoption program. All Fospice animals will receive routine medical care, medication, food and other supplies as needed.

View all our adoptable Fospice animals.

 

Fospice Program Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League

 

 

 

 

Meet Your Match

Meet Your Match™ is a research-based adoptions program of the ASPCA designed to increase the likelihood that shelter dogs and cats will bond with their adopters. The program evaluates an animal’s behavior and interests and matches them to an adopter’s preferences so that they take home a pet they can really click with.

Visit our Meet Your Match page for more details.

 

Meet Your Match Program Peggy Adams

 

 

 

Working Cat Program 

Interested in adopting a feline friend that can live outside? Have a barn, workshop, warehouse, horse stable, or garage that is in need of rodent control? Adopt a Working Cat! Working cats are those that cannot be adopted as traditional pets, are not eligible for Trap Neuter Vaccinate and Return (or TNVR) and, for one reason or another, cannot be returned to their original outdoor habitat, which is always preferable. The Working Cat Program is a win-win for both the cats and adopters! Cats enjoy safe outdoor homes with shelter and a caregiver, and adopters enjoy having healthy, sterilized cats happily tend to their mouse, snake, or vermin troubles. Adopting a Working Cat is the eco-friendly, green solution to your pest problem. No toxins, no chemicals, 100% natural and organic. And as an added bonus, you’ll be SAVING LIVES.

Visit our Working Cat page for program perks and details!

 

working cat program

 

 

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