Rescue Program Guidelines
Before You Adopt
Application For Adoption
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Regional Rescue Organizations
Volunteers Application & Code of Ethics
Your Name (Required)
City, State, Zip (Required)
Email Address (Required)
Phone Number & Fax:
Type of Pekingese requested by applicant: (We very rarely get puppies and seldom dogs under 1 yr old) Sex, Age, Color & Size:
Tell us about your household and why have you chosen a Pekingese?
What role will the dog fill for you?
If no, who is the person how and do you plan to make a safe and fair transition for all concerned if this dog comes to live with you?
What are their ages?
Landlord's Name and Phone Number:
How long have you lived at this residence?
What will you do with your pet(s)?
What if the new facility doesn’t allow pets or your circumstances change?
Veterinarian's name and phone number:
One other reference who knows how you relate to dogs - Name and Phone number:
Please describe the enclosure. If not, how do you plan to exercise your dog and allow them to eliminate outdoors?
If yes explain under what circumstances?
What accommodations will you make for your Pekingese if you’re away overnight or away on vacation?
Where will your dog be kept during the day? Night? While you're away?
Who will be responsible for your Pekingese’s upkeep: training, grooming, feeding, vet visits, exercise?
Until your pet learns the rules of your home, your Pekingese may urinate/defecate in your home, and may chew household items. Are you willing to accept this and how will you handle it?
When you discipline your Pekingese, how will you do it?
Please add any comments that may help us in our decision.
A non refundable adoption fee of One Hundred ($100.00 to $350.00) to One Hundred Seventy Five dollars is required for each Pekingese adopted, unless other arrangements are deemed correct. This fee is to cover cost of medical care prior to adoption, and should be sent to the PCF Rescue Fund, in care of the Treasurer. We assure the applicant that, to the best of our knowledge, the adopted Pekingese was evaluated by a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, de-wormed, neuter/spayed, checked for heartworm, and immunized (including rabies). If the adopter is unable to keep the animal, it is to be returned to this program.