Puppet 4496
Puppet 4496 Puppet 4496
Kimchi 4754
Kimchi 4754 Kimchi 4754
Noodle 4751
Noodle 4751 Noodle 4751
Quincy 4756
Quincy 4756 Quincy 4756
Milo 4753
Milo 4753 Milo 4753
Dustin 4628
Dustin 4628 Dustin 4628
Fred 4605
Fred 4605 Fred 4605
Matza 3614
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How to adopt a Muttville dog

Happily ever after. That’s our goal: a happy human and happy dog living together in a “forever home.”

Since the individual needs and personalities of each dog vary, we will work with you to find the right dog for your home. We’ve created a simple adoption matchmaking process. The adoption procedure involves these steps:

1. Complete an application.

2. Talk with one of our adoption matchmaker volunteers and arrange to meet the dog(s) you are interested in.

Muttville adopts out to loving homes all over California. If you see a dog on our website or meet one at an adoption fair that you are interested in getting to know, please complete our online adoption application. One of our volunteers will get in touch with you as soon as possible. If you prefer, you may email adoptions@muttville.org, however this may delay the adoption process.

Muttville charges an adoption fee of $200 for each dog that helps to cover spay/neuter surgery, shots, and other medical and general care given before the dog is made available for adoption.

When your adoption has been completed, you can pay your adoption fee here.

Disclaimer: Some details about our dogs might have changed before we’ve been able to update our website. When we get in touch with you, we will have the most current information. Also, information about our dogs is based on the best of our knowledge, but we can make no guarantees about the dog’s health or temperament.

Return Policy: We strive to make good adoption matches, and for our clients and our dogs to live happily together always. However, Muttville remains committed to the dogs for the remainder of their lives and will accept dogs back, by appointment, should it not work out. When adopting, we ask clients to be prepared and committed to provide the dog and themselves at least a week together to settle in prior to deciding to return the dog.