We have wonderful Aussies of all ages and colors eager to meet their new forever family!
To inquire about adopting a pet from LSAR, please complete and submit an Adoption Application. The application will help us get to know you and your home environment better to determine if an adoptable pet is a good match for your home. If everything looks good on paper, an LSAR team member will conduct a home visit as a follow up to the application. Please see below for more info on the adoption process.
Currently, we are only reviewing applicants within our service area (Texas and Oklahoma). If you are not currently a resident of Texas or Oklahoma, please Contact us before filling out an Adoption Application.
So, are you ready to see our available pets? Just pop into our Adoption Center to view all our adoptable Aussies! While you are there, look for the facebook share button on individual pet listings. You can help these pets find their forever home just by clicking and sharing!
(1 year and under)
NOTE: Prices may vary by circumstance
ADOPTION FEE SCHEDULE
WHAT HAPPENS ONCE I SUBMIT AN APPLICATION?
We will confirm receipt of your application via email with 48 hours of submission.
Each dog is evaluated for a minimum 3-week period when they join LSAR. AFTER the evaluation period, we will post a bio to facebook and to the Available Aussies page with full information about the dog, including the type of home the pet will thrive in. At this time, we will begin to review submitted applications to determine which applicant is the best fit for the temperament and needs of the dog. We are aiming to make the best, long-term match, so our pups have their best shot at a forever home.
Please note, we may find a perfect match before all applications for a particular dog are processed.
HOW WILL I RECEIVE UPDATES REGARDING MY APP?
For updates on the status of a particular dog, please follow us on facebook OR check back to our Available Aussies page. Once a dog is adopted, they will be removed from the gallery of available dogs.
Please note: We do not send individual updates to all applicants once the dog applied for is adopted.If the dog you applied for is adopted by another applicant, please check back with us on facebook or our Available Aussies page to learn about new pets you may consider adopting.
If the dog you applied for is adopted by another applicant, please remember there is no shortage of beautiful, healthy, happy Aussies eager to be offered a loving home. We encourage you to please check back with us on facebook or our Available Aussies page to learn about new pets you may consider adopting.
Remember, if another available aussie interests you, you only need to submit one application per household, rather than per pet. Simply send us an email with the name of the pet you are interested in.
WHERE CAN I SEE A PET IN PERSON?
LSAR is a foster-based organization. Our rescued and available pets are housed locally (in Texas and Oklahoma) with folks who are part of our Foster Program. We do not have a central facility where all available pets are housed, but our Fosters are ready to set up a meet and greet with prospective adopters (by appointment) so they can gush over their foster pups in person. We encourage the whole family, including other pets in the house, to attend the meet and greet, so all have an opportunity to interact.
WHAT IF I WANT TO ADOPT, BUT DON'T LIVE IN TX/OK?
LSAR is based out of northeast Texas with fosters/representatives scattered locally and in nearby Oklahoma. As such, we are currently processing local adoptions only so home visits and meet and greets can be handled with greater ease and efficiency. With an expanding foster network and reach, our service area is likely to expand in time. If you live in a surrounding state and would like to adopt, please contact us before submitting an application. We will let you know if we have the resources to handle your particular circumstance.
HOW DO I FIND THE RIGHT DOG TO ADOPT?
Adopting a dog is a big commitment, so its important to be sure you choose the right dog for your home and family. Here are a few steps you can take to help lead you to a dog fit for you:
Consider your lifestyle, home and preferences (i.e., size of yard, time available, are young children in the house)
Discuss what kind of traits a potential dog should have (i.e., high energy for an active home)
Ask questions and read about each dog available to see if they match your needs and preferences
Take advantage of a Meet and Greet opportunity to introduce your family and any existing pets in the house to the potential new dog
Consider fostering to adopt to give everyone a better opportunity to get to know each other