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MBAH Kennel License MN140200

Thank you for your interest in Tri-County Humane Society's adoptable animals! 

To ensure your adoption is in the best interest of both you and your pet, we ask that you answer the following questions. Please only fill out this questionnaire if you currently have an appointment scheduled to view animals and note your appointment date and time in the “comments” field. This is designed to help limit your time in the shelter and help us practice physical distancing.

If you do not have an appointment set or would like to place a deposit on a specific animal, please call 320-252-0896.

Pre-Adoption Questionnaire
Your Scheduled Appointment is:
No appointment? Call 320-252-0896. Do not complete this form if you do not have an appointment.

All TCHS adoptable pets are microchipped. Upon adoption, the information below, as well as your contact information above, needs to be registered with the microchip company.

After adoption it is important to keep your pet's microchip information updated if you move or your phone number changes.

First Name *
Last Name *
If your pet is found by someone and their microchip is read,

Please consider your housing situation and any possible pet restrictions before adopting. 

Do you:

If you are renting, please answer the following two questions:

Does your lease allow pets?
Is your landlord aware of your decision to adopt a pet?

What are your reasons for getting a pet?
Is this pet a gift?
First Name
Last Name
Is this person aware of your decision to adopt a pet for them?

Are you 18 years of age or older?
Do you currently own any pets?

If yes, how many of each type?

Were any of your pets adopted from this shelter?
Will there be any children around your new pet?
If yes, what ages?
Have you had any pets in the past 5 years?
If yes, how many?
If yes, where are they now?
Where will this new pet spend most of its time?
Other than options above
Where will it sleep?
Other than options above

Most shelter animals have unknown medical backgrounds. We strongly recommend you take your new pet for a complete veterinary exam within one week of adoption and provide further medical attention if needed.

Would you be interested in taking a photo with your new pet to celebrate your adoption day?

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