There is no physical shelter at this time (although TPPS is currently raising funds for one); all the dogs and cats brought into TPPS' care live with loving foster families while they await their forever homes. The adoptable pets can be viewed on TPPS' website or you can meet them in person every weekend at Gebo's from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. If you see a pet on their website that you would like to meet, contact the shelter and they can arrange for that specific pet to go to Gebo's to meet you or they can arrange a visit at the foster's family's house. It is advisable that the whole family go and meet your potential new furry family member so the foster parent can get an idea of how well every member of the family interacts with the dog.
If you have any questions about your potential adopted pet, the foster will have the answers for you having spent one-on-one time with him/her playing, cuddling, learning and just hanging out. When you adopt your new little baby, they ask that you be patient with them and give them time to acclimate themselves to your house and their new routine. A large majority of the pets that enter TPPS were abused or strays and they need and deserve all the extra TLC you can give them. They will pay you back with a lifetime of wags and cuddles!
If you aren't able to adopt right now, perhaps you would consider becoming a foster parent or a volunteer at TPPS. TPPS is always in need of foster families and volunteers to get their fur babies adopted into forever homes. Volunteers are also needed to do data entry, work on the organization's website, photograph pets, walk the dogs and transport them to and from adoption events. TPPS also gladly accepts any and all monetary donations as well as quality food, treats, pens, crates or even a used vehicle to help transport the animals!
This hard-working network of animal loving rescue workers need our help. If you can give of your time, your heart or your home - please contact TPPS today.