Helpful Resources for Pet Parents
Many pet owners need help and support to keep their animals happy and healthy. Here are a few resources you may find helpful!
Rehoming & Surrender
What can I expect when I adopt an animal from Pet Network?You can expect a warm Adopters Welcome approach to companionship where each adoption is filled with resources to set an adopter up for success. For more information about adopters welcome, click here.
Is the animal that I am adopting altered and/or vaccinated?YES! Every animal that leaves our care will be microchipped, dewormed, given flea/tick prevention, spay/neutered, and vaccinated (based on age and length of stay).
If I am interested in adopting an animal from you, can you hold them for me?No, unfortunately we do not place holds on any of our animals and all animals are on a first come first serve basis.
Why are some animals priced higher than others?Some animals may have a higher adoption fee to help support other animals in their journey to finding a home.
Humane Society - Humane Society of the United States has an outstanding pet owner reference area to answer any questions you have from cold weather concerns to animal welfare legislation.
American Humane - The only animal welfare organization to protect children as well. Many resources including a guide to "humane certified" movies - where the American Humane Association was allowed on site to ensure the well-being of the animals during filming.
ASPCA - Another national organization that investigates cruelty and violence against animals on a national level and has many owner resources available.
TahoeDog - A great reference for visitors and locals alike, with tips on dog friendly lodging, dining and beaches in the Lake Tahoe area.
Emergency Pet Food Bank
Pet Network is proud to offer free pet food for community members in need of support. This operates on a "no questions asked" basis and is available to all.
Visit the shelter any time during operating hours to pick up a bag of food.