Adopt

Adoption Application

Royal Animal Refuge is rescuing and caring for many adoptable companion animals that are at risk of euthanization in Fayette County, Coweta County, Meriwether County and other surrounding counties in Georgia.  Please drop by any day between 9 and 5 to speak with our staff or visit the animals.   Please check our Facebook page for daily and weekly updates. If you are interested in starting the adoption process for one of our rescues, please complete the Adoption Application below.

Applicant Information

Employment

Tell Us Why You Want to Adopt and What Your Home Life Is Like

Your New Dog

Other Pets and Experience

Please provide the name and phone number of your current veterinarian(s) or the one who saw your previous pet(s). Vet references are required if you have previously owned or currently own a pet.
Please provide the name and phone number of a personal reference not related to the applicant(s). Personal reference is required.
Please provide any additional information you would like to include about yourself and/or the dog you would like to adopt:

Thank you for your interest in adopting a Royal Animal Refuge dog!

Royal Animal Refuge is operated by volunteers and funded by donations. Royal Animal Refuge has a 501(c)(3) status.

I have read the above information carefully and have filled out this application honestly. I understand that omission of information and/or failure to answer all questions and sign the application can result in this application being declined.

Also, if an omission or untruth is discovered after an adoption takes place, I understand that the Royal Animal Refuge reserves the right to annul the adoption and reclaim the animal. I grant Royal Animal Refuge full permission to verify the information provided as well as contact veterinarians and other references. If the application passes the review, I agree to a home and yard visit on a mutually agreed date by a Royal Animal Refuge volunteer before an adoption decision is made.

Royal Animal Refuge reserves the right to refuse any adoption.