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Adopting From PFP

Please read our process, listed below and fees associated with adopting before submitting an adoption survey. If you have any questions, please contact us at

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Adoption Process

Be 21+ years old

All adopters must be the Head of their Household or have the permission from the HOH.

Live in Illinois

Our radius is centered in the western suburbs and extends approx. 50 miles. If possible, we may make exceptions on a case by case basis.

Submit a survey

Our Adoption Surveys take the place of a standard application to welcome more families to adopt.

Correspond with our Team Leaders

Keep an eye on your email as one of our volunteers will be reaching out to chat about your application!

Meet our Dogs

We will either set up a homevisit or invite you to an adoption show. 

Complete the Process

We will verify your current pets vetting, make sure all pets get a long and finish every aspect of our process.


Finalize the adoption and take your new pet home!

If you meet the basic criteria listed above and understand our process,view our dogs or submit a survey when you are ready to adopt!

Adoption Fees


Ages 12 weeks - 6 months


Ages 6+months - 1 year


Includes age appropriate vaccines (2-3 rounds of DHPP), lepto, bordatella, rabies, fecal testing, deworming, microchipping & spay/neuter.

Adult Dogs

Ages 1+ years - 9 years


Includes 2 rounds of DHPP, 2 rounds of lepto, bordatella, rabies, fecal testing, deworming, microchipping, heartworm testing, complete blood panel (CBC) & spay/neuter. 

Many of our adult dogs will also have completed some training classes or began working on basic obedience in their foster home. 


Ages 10+ years


Includes 2 rounds of DHPP, lepto, rabies, bordatella, deworming, fecal testing, microchipping, heartworm testing, senior blood panel & spay/neuter. 

If treatment is needed for a senior dog, such as aspiration of a mass, removal of malignant masses, etc those will be completed while in foster care. 

Disclaimer: We do not require adopters to have fenced in yards. While we have some restrictions, we keep them on the individual dogs in our program as we like to view every dog and applicant as an individual and find the best fit possible for everyone involved. 

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