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Thank you for considering adopting from the Wellington Humane Society! There are so many benefits to adopting and we hope to help in any way that we can! We currently have dogs and cats only. Click on one to see what is currently available. Check back often as our animals are constantly being updated.


Specials & Discounts

Occasionally there are special discounts on animals. You can view any current specials HERE!

Dog on Blue


Click below to see what dogs are currently available. 

Cat on Green


Click below to see what cats are currently available. 

The Adoption Process

Look - Come in and visit our dogs and cats, or check them out on the website.

Application - If you are interested in meeting a dog or cat, fill out the online adoption application. You can list the specific dog or cat, or add a note with a particular interest (ie. small dog). This will speed up the adoption process. 


Visit - Once your application is submitted online, you will be contacted by an adoption coordinator to schedule a time to come in and meet the pet. Please note that applications are reviewed in the order they are submitted. 

Meet & Greet - If you are interested in adopting a dog and you currently have a dog, you will be required to do a meet and greet with the dogs. 


If you find a dog or cat that you are very interested in, you can place a hold on them ($50 for dogs & $10 for cats). That money will go toward the adoption fee but is not refundable.

Included in Adoption
  • Up-to-date shots:

    • DHPP/DAPP (dogs 8 weeks & older)

    • Bordetella (dogs 8 weeks & older)

    • FVRCP (cats 8 weeks & older)

    • Rabies (12 weeks and older)

  • Heartworm Test (dogs 6 months and older)

  • Microchip with Lifetime Registration

  • Spay/Neuter Surgery

  • One Flea/Tick Treatment

  • One Deworming Treatment

  • One Heartworm Preventative

  • Sample Bag of Science Diet Food

Although we go through a process of evaluating each pet, underlying health issues can occur. Just like any pet is susceptible to hereditary and environmental issues. Each pet (no matter where it comes from) should be treated respectfully and properly trained for its new environment.