Information About Adopting a Rescued Animal

Remember adopting or fostering a rescue animal is an amazing experience. Successful placements are our biggest concern. To have the most successful of experiences it is important to adopt the best fit for your home and lifestyle. Please read the information below to help guide this very important decision of yours. If you have questions about what animals would be the best fit for your home and lifestyle please stop by one of our adoption events where one of our knowledgeable volunteers can answer any questions you may have. You are also welcome to email us at arrowsheart2012@gmail.com.

These pages consist of useful information that our volunteers have learned over their many years of experience in rescue. Even though Arrow's Heart Animal Rescue is new, our core volunteers have been involved in rescue most of their adult lives. Some of our volunteers have been involed in rescue since childhood. Please read and consider this information carefully when making your decision to adopt a rescue animal.

 

Ages

 

Poor Socialization

 

The Abused or Neglected

 

Puppy Mill Survivors

 

First Time Pet Owners

 

Training & Exercise

 

Cats and Kittens

Note: We are not professional animal behaviorists or professional trainers. We are volunteers that have had widespread experiences with multiple types of rescued animals. Unless otherwise cited this information comes from our personal experience and has not necessarily been researched and proven to be accurate.