If you are interested in adopting a dog from Shamrock, download and complete our Dog Adoption Application. You will need to Download Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and submit the application.
Instructions for Submitting an Application:
- Go to the “adoptions” tab on the website. Click on the dog adoption application to open it, and download it (save it) to your computer. Close the file.
- Open the file you just downloaded, fill out all the fields, and use “save as” to save the file under another name. Then close the file.
- PLEASE IGNORE THE “CLEAR” AND “SUBMIT” BUTTONS. Simply send the completed “save as” file to us at firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachment to an email. At that time you can write us a note if you want to. Please write your name and the dog you are applying for in the subject line before you hit SEND (see example below).
- Once we receive your application, we will send you a note to verify we got it. If you don’t hear from us after 24 hours, please resubmit it and send it to us at email@example.com as an attachment to an email.
EXAMPLE for SUBJECT LINE:
- JOHN DOE application for FIDO
- JANE DOE application for GIZMO and SKEETER
Emma and Ruby CoonhoundSisters (Bonded Pair/Adopt as Pair) 3 and half years old 50 pounds Visible Fence LOCAL LOUISVILLE-AREA ADOPTIONS/ SOUTHERN INDIANA: Clarksville, Jeffersonville, New Albany $300.00 plus 6% Tax for Adoption Fee/For Pair "I'd Walk a Thousand Miles For You" Emma and Ruby We guess we'll never know how many miles these sisters walked but they walked and they walked and they walked. And by the time a wonderful woman and her husband found them Emma and Ruby's paws were swollen, red and blistered. We don't even know where they gathered the energy. Their bones could easily be counted. They acted like they'd never eaten a meal in their life. They were terribly neglected physically. Medical complications arose because of their neglect but the Good Samaritan who found these babies hung in with them. And we mean hung in! It isn't always convenient to be a Good Samaritan. A person who sees a pet in need and decides they can't turn their back. But the payoff for the heart well you can't put it into words but you can sure put it into pictures. Look at Emma and Ruby now! ♥ The only thing better than this amazing picture of these darling sisters is that last picture we can't wait to post. The day they find their forever home! Ruby and Emma are approximately 4 years old around 58 pounds. They've done amazingly well with the other dogs and they are just wonderful with humans. Love kept these two sisters together and maybe that hope and prayer of a forever family is what kept them going. ♥ ♥ To adopt write to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Louisville, Ky Local) cc 08/0`/2019 View full description »
NAME: Georgia BREED: American Pitbull/American Bull Dog AGE: Approximately 2 Years Old WEIGHT: 55 Pounds Good with older Children Good with Docile Dogs Fenced-In, Visible Above-Ground Fence Needed Local Louisville-area adoptions only/ Southern Indiana: New Albany, Jeffersonville, Clarksville ADOPTION FEE: $150.00 + $9.00 sales tax GEORGIA ON YOUR MIND... When a Good Samaritan took a trip to Georgia she had no idea that the trip home would include a sweet gal (Pitbull Mix) in desperate need. Georgia had been dumped in a known dumping area and most likely had been bred. Unable to turn her back on this brown eyed beauty, Georgia came home with this new buddy. Georgia had been saved. But it wasn't just food and water and love Georgia needed. Georgia had been neglected and she needed extra vet care. Well, Georgia is feeling tip top and she's ready for her forever home. Georgia had to undergo emergency surgery for pyometra (spayed at this time) and she is almost done with her heartworm treatment. She feels brand new and she looks brand new. And now Georgia is ready for YOU. If you have a big heart and the time to spend with this very devoted young lady, perhaps Georgia will stay on your mind. Having a home with a forever family is what's been on her mind. Georgia would do best either as an only pet or with other docile dogs. Cats are unknown. Older children would seem like a nice fit. Oh...and did we mention she's cuddler? Yep - she's a "Spooner." And if you adopt Georgia she'll be a keeper!! Contact us at http://shamrockpets.com, click on the ADOPTIONS tab, and follow the directions to download and submit a dog adoption application. c.c. - 7.5.18 View full description »
Oscar Mastiff Mix 115 Pounds 16 Months Old Good with other sweet dogs Above Ground Vislble Fence a Must Louisville, Kentucky Area Adoptions Adoption Fee: $250.00 plus 6% Sales Tax Good with older kids "I got a Big heart..I got Big Feet...and Foster Mom says I'm a Really Big Deal." OMG - This is Oscar!! Oscar is a 115 pound 16 month old Mastiff Mix. We think Oscar is Magnifico! When Oscar lost his home one of our big hearted volunteers, Kelley could not turn away or turn her back on Oscar. Well...we sure understand! Look at that soulful sweet face. When Oscar looks at you - you feel as if he can read your soul! ? Now don't let Oscar's size fool you. Oscar is sweet and he also has a very sensitive side. He really is a big baby who longs to be with his forever and always home. We don't think his heart could take being moved again. Oscar would do well with someone who has a fenced in yard and likes to go for walks. He would love to be next to you so he'd do much better with someone who is home more and will help Oscar with feeling safe and loved. Looking for a friend who will stick witih you until the end? Loyal and reliable? Oscar seems to be fine with other dogs but Meet and Greets can be arranged. If you're looking for a big boy with a great big heart and you want to wake up with a great big smile Oscar is patiently waiting for you! cc: 11/03/2020 View full description »
Storm German Shep/Mix 3 Years Old Approx 55 pounds Above Ground Fence Required Good with Children over 6 Needs another sweet dog in home Loving Adoption Fee: $150.00 plus 6% Sales Tax Local Louisville, Kentucky Adoptions Storm has overcome some tough times in life but when a wonderful woman and her beautiful family stepped in, the clouds seemed to disappear. No more looking from the outside in. For the first time in a very long time Storm has literally come in from the rain and the elements. Storm is now enjoying the freedom of running and walking without constraints. No doubt Storm is absolutely beautiful. More importantly Storm's rescue family brought back trust, love and light. What a difference love makes! Storm's once dull coat shines and glistens. It's amazing what love can do. Those once hopeless but hopeful eyes now shine brightly. And Storm? Well she feels as blessed for the family who saved her as they do with her presence. Storm would do well with children over 6 and would thrive with another sweet dog. Storm had been alone day in and out for so long that we feel she would thrive with another canine buddy to hang with. We promise it won't take away from the never ending love that Stormy has to give. Gray skies are sure to clear up when you adopt Storm and we promise that YOU will definitely put on a happy face. cc: 10/21/2020 View full description »