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Ways to Adopt a Dog

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Through Friends of the Animals

Friends of the Animals

See available dogs for adoption and details below.

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  • All dogs are spayed/neutered prior to adoption
  • All have received some vaccinations, and have a microchip (a permanent form of identification, where you can register the pet as being yours, including your name and contact information).
  • You go home with a helpful handbook created by FOTAS to help you and your dog settle into their new home.
Currently FOTAS only accepts dogs from our transfer partners. If you need to surrender an animal or have found a stray dog, please contact Jackson County Animal Services at (541) 774-6654.
Ready to meet your new companion? Here’s the next step…

If you are interested in visiting with any of these dogs, use the Adoption Application link below. Please be sure to let us know which dog(s) you are interested in adopting.


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Through Jackson County Animal Services

Walk in and view the animals any day, anytime JCAS is open! View JCAS dogs available for adoption on Petfinder (also shown above for your convenience).

JCAS Location:
Jackson County Animal Services
5595 S. Pacific Highway, Phoenix

JCAS Hours:
Tuesday – Friday: 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday: 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays

JCAS Fees:

  • Adoption fee for dogs older than 6 months: $180, unless otherwise noted*
  • Adoption fee for puppies under 6 months: $250*

*Adoption fees for dogs may be discounted depending on the number of dogs available.  Check with JCAS regarding up-to-date adoption fees. 

JCAS adoption package includes:

  • All dogs are spayed/neutered prior to adoption
  • All have received some vaccinations, and have a microchip (a permanent form of identification, where you can register the pet as being yours, including your name and contact information).
  • You go home with a helpful handbook created by FOTAS to help you and your dog settle into their new home.

If you had to pay for spay/neuter, some vaccinations and a microchip yourself, the cost would be significantly higher than the adoption fees listed above!


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Through Other Non-profits and Independent Animal Rescue Organizations

Southern Oregon Humane Society (SOHumane)
2910 Table Rock Rd, Medford, OR 97501
Open: 7-days, 11 am – 5 pm
(541) 779-3215, www.sohumane.org 

Sanctuary One at Double Oak Farm
13195 Upper Applegate, Jacksonville, OR 97530
(541) 899-8627, www.sanctuaryone.org 
Call to make an appointment

Hero Tails
www.herotails.org
All animals are in foster homes.
Dogs and cats available for adoption.

Oldies But Goodies Rescue
www.oldiesbutgoodiesrescue.com
All animals are in foster homes.
Small adult dogs available for adoption.

Rescue Ranch Adoption Center
2216 E Oberlin Rd. Yreka, CA 96097
https://rrdog.org/

Dogs for Better Lives (formerly Dogs for the Deaf)
10175 Wheeler Rd., Central Point, OR 97502
(541) 826-9220, www.dogsforbetterlives.org 
Call to make an appointment

ALSO: Go to www.petfinder.com to view adoptable pets in Jackson County and neighboring counties. Some organizations only list their available pets on their websites.

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