****CURRENT COVID-19 PROTOCOL****
Beginning November 7th the Paw Works Adoption Center has re-opened
The Paw Works Adoption Center is located at:

180 W. Hillcrest #9, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360

Hours:

Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday   11:00am – 4:00pm

Sunday Sleepovers begin Sunday at 1:00pm.

Adoption Center Guidlines:
A facemask covering mouth and nose will be required at all times.
Each group will limit any interaction with others not in their group and keep the proper 6ft distance.
All initial pet meetings will happen within the adoption center and instructions will be given for the meet and greet.
Sanitizer stations will be accessible at all times.
Temperature checks may be required for all entries in to our adoption center.
Please keep in mind that wait times will depend on the quantity of potential adopters and dogs available for adoption.
Failure to follow our COVID 19 protocols will result in being asked to leave the Paw Works Adoption Center.
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Adoption Fees:
Adult dogs: $300
Puppies:     $450
In addition, new adopters will be required to spend a minimum of $150.00 on top of the adoption fee on necessities that we offer at our onsite pet boutique.  These items include collar, leash, harness, crates, food, etc. that any new adopted pet and adopter would need.  Items chosen for the $150 are at the adopters discretion, except for food, and can exceed the minimum required spending

We Shall Lead, Protect, Heal, Comfort and Shelter Those Who Cannot Speak for Themselves.

By working together, we can end the senseless killing of healthy, adoptable animals through education that promotes responsible pet ownership.

Paw Works is a nonprofit rescue organization that partners with county and city shelters to give abandoned animals a second chance at life. Through pet adoption and community programs, we focus on responsible pet ownership and solutions that address animal overpopulation and abandonment.

Responsibility

Pet overpopulation has become a national crisis. According to the Humane Society:

  • Every 13 seconds, a healthy, adoptable dog or cat is euthanized in a U.S. shelter.
  • Almost 3 million pets are put down in shelters every year, and about 80 percent of them are healthy and could have been adopted into new homes.

Our mission is to drive transformative change in animal rescue, one pet at a time, as we expand the “No Kill” county model throughout California. We are working to promote pet ownership through education and programs that offer free spaying and neutering, training and veterinary care in underserved and low-income areas.

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