Online Adoption Application

Online Adoption Application

Beginning March 17th, all adoptions will be handled on an appointment-only basis, and we will be closed to non-adopting visitors. 
 
Following is our appointment-only adoption process:

  1. If you are interested in adopting a pet, please call 630-323-5630.
  2. You will be asked if you are sick or exhibiting symptoms. If so, we will not be able to adopt to you at this time.
  3. We will schedule a time for a phone adoption interview and ask you to fill out an online application before that call.
  4. We are scheduling meetings with one animal at a time, so please have a pet in mind before the call.
  5. An Adoption Counselor will call you back at your scheduled time and run through our normal adoption questions.
  6. We will schedule a time for you to meet with the pet.
  7. No more than two people at a time can meet the pet.
  8. We will process adoption fees and paperwork as normal.

Because the global situation changes daily, we will continue to provide updates on our social media channels and our website, as they occur. Our current updated procedures are designed to provide the optimal safety for staff, volunteers, visitors, the animals in our shelter and the ones who will still need our help.

Please fill out this form as completely as possible. Information on this form is for Hinsdale Humane Society use only.

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Personal Information

Personal Information

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You must be 21 years old to adopt. *

Your Home

Your Home

Employment

Employment

 

Your Family

Your Family

Do any members of your household have allergies to dogs and/or cats?

Pet Preferences

Pet Preferences

What are you wishing to adopt?

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Pet History

Pet History

Please list all pets residing in your household in the past 5 years

Type/Breed Age Name Male/
Female
Spayed/
Neutered?
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Veterinarian

Veterinarian

Pet Questions

Dog Related Questions

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Cat Related Questions

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Are you aware that declawing is an amputation of the nail across the first joint of the toe, and may result in infection and/or permanent negative temperament and/or behavior changes?

Would you consider not declawing if provided with information about how to introduce the cat to a scratching post and clipping the nails?

More Information

More Information

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Signature

By submitting this form, you certify that the information you have given is true and that you recognize that any misrepresentations of facts may result in losing your privilege of adopting a pet. You understand the Hinsdale Humane Society has the right to deny your request to adopt an animal, and you authorize investigation of all statements in this application. You understand that this application is the property of the Hinsdale Humane Society.

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