Adoption Packages

Dog Adoption Package

Along with your new canine companion , your adoption package includes:

  • Collar
  • Microchip (registration and maintenance fees apply)
  • Coupon for a $1 bag of Purina dog food (adopter pays sales tax)
  • Opt-in ShelterCare pet accident insurance for 30 days (valid email address required)
  • Sterilization surgery
  • Rabies vaccination (for dogs 4 months and older)
  • Distemper/Parvo vaccine
  • Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine
  • Preventative deworming treatment
  • Free new adopt exam from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley’s veterinary clinic or other local veterinarians. Click here for a list of clinics in Boulder and surrounding areas that provide this service. If you already use a clinic that is not on the list, inquire with them as they may also provide a free exam.
  • Coupon for a free Puppy Social session for puppies up to 4 months of age

Vaccinations for animals in the shelter are administered to protect the individual as well as the entire animal population against diseases which are of greatest concern in the shelter environment.

This animal is NOT considered “fully vaccinated” until an examination by a veterinarian post-adoption has reviewed his/her medical history and assessed his/her current and future risks of disease.

Cat Adoption Package

Along with your new feline companion, your adoption package includes:

  • Collar
  • Microchip (registration and maintenance fees may apply)
  • Coupon for a $1 bag of Purina cat food (adopter pays sales tax)
  • Cardboard travel case
  • Opt-in ShelterCare pet accident insurance for 30 days (valid email address required)
  • Sterilization surgery
  • Rabies vaccination (for felines 4 months and older)
  • Vaccinations for feline distemper and upper respiratory virus
  • Preventative deworming treatment
  • Free new adopt exam from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley’s veterinary clinic or other local veterinarians. Click here for a list of clinics in Boulder and surrounding areas that provide this service. If you already use a clinic that is not on the list, inquire with them as they may also provide a free exam.

While some of our cats are screened for FeLV/FIV, many healthy cats have not been tested for these diseases. We offer a simple test at the time of adoption for $40 to verify FeLV/FIV status.

Vaccinations for animals in the shelter are administered to protect the individual as well as the entire animal population against diseases which are of greatest concern in the shelter environment.

This animal is NOT considered “fully vaccinated” until an examination by a veterinarian post-adoption has reviewed his/her medical history and assessed his/her current and future risks of disease.

Satisfaction Guaranteed!

While there is a person for every animal, we know not every animal is for every person.
If you adopt an animal from HSBV and discover you are not compatible due to behavior concerns or medical issues,
you may return your pet at any time and your adoption fee will be refunded.