The ARLGP is proud to partner with the PETCO Foundation and the Maine Mall PETCO for the All for Saving Lives national adoption weekend.
We’ll be bringing the furry fun to the Maine Mall PETCO on Saturday, September 10th and Sunday, September 11th. If you’ve been looking to add a new four-legged companion to your family, this may be your purr-fect opportunity.
Plus, the PETCO Foundation will make a donation to the ARLGP for every adoption over the weekend event. Not only will you be adopting a new best friend, you’ll be helping us receive much-needed funds to support the 4,000 homeless and displaced animals we care for every year.
ALL THE DETAILS:
Saturday, September 10th: PUPPY ADOPTION DAY!
We’ll have 10 puppies and adolescent dogs (ranging from 3 months-9 months) available for adoption at PETCO beginning at 9am. View our available PETCO event puppies!
Sunday, September 11th: KITTEN ADOPTION DAY!
We’ll have more than 20 kittens available for adoption at PETCO beginning at 9am.
IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW:
As always, ARLGP adoptions are first-come, first-served, and require our normal adoption application process. You may download and print an adoption application to bring with you, or you may fill one out at PETCO the day of the event. Adoption events are often busy, so please be prepared to wait a small amount of time to meet an animal and talk to one of our adoption counselors. Unfortunately, we cannot place animals on hold for adoption.
While were talking all about puppies and kittens, we think it’s important to note that adopting a young pet (and all pets in general) requires patience, dedication and flexibility. Puppies and kittens need potty training, obedience training, socialization and lots of outlets for physical and mental enrichment. We will have adoption counselors on-hand to discuss the joys of adoption and what their needs will be as they grow into adult companions.
A huge thanks to our PETCO partner, the Maine Mall PETCO, for inviting us to participate in such a wonderful event. An equally big PAWS UP to the PETCO Foundation for supporting shelter pets and adoption.