Our organization posts all impounded animals to our website upon intake. Please check Finding Rover or our ‘Adopt’ page for animals in our care. ALWAYS contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
with information about your lost pet and pictures so that we can be aware of the potential arrival of your pet.
We hold all dogs for five days before making placement decisions. We scan all dogs for a microchip upon arrival and vaccinate if behaviorally safe to do so. Any pet that has an owner has the opportunity to be returned to home. Conditions may apply to reclaiming your pet as we do have a policy to establish correct ownership. If we are unable to verify ownership, the animal will be subject to placement such as adoption on a first come, first serve basis. Please note, we advise microchipping your pet as a definitive method of keeping your identification with your pet at all times. We offer microchipping for $10 a pet.
If your dog is involved in an attack, we will need you to verify current rabies vaccination from a veterinarian. For any attack involving a bite/attack, dogs must undergo a 10 day quarantine for rabies. If the pet is up to date on its rabies vaccination and depending on the home situation and nature of the attack, the dog may be allowed to quarantine in the owner’s home under specific guidelines of care provided by the TLHS veterinarian. If the pet is not current, the dog will need to quarantine for rabies in our care. If the pet is eligible for reclaim after the 10 day rabies quarantine, the dog will receive a rabies vaccination and the owner can settle all applicable fees for the return of the pet.
We do not allow visitation with dogs being quarantined for rabies. All dogs involved in an attack must register as a “dangerous animal” prior to being released to the owner.
If you have any question regarding impoundment fees or reclaim fees associated with rabies quarantine, please email email@example.com