Adoption fees include their spay/neuter for over 6 months of age, vaccines up to date, deworming, flea/tick treatment, dental for dogs over the age of six yrs if needed, a microchip in most cases and transport from California, Tijuana, or Korea. The adoption fee also helps recover some of the costs associated with their wellbeing while in our care which includes additional vetting, food, clothing and general supplies for the duration each pup is in our care.

Adoption fees are as follows:

Puppies 5-8 months are $750, 8 months to 1 yr are $675,  1 yr and up are $650. Seniors over 10 yrs vary and up to the discretion of the rescue. They will all be sterilized prior to adoption.


Puppies under 5 months are $700-$800. They will not be sterilized prior to adoption as they will be too young. Sterilization will not be included in the adoption fee and is the responsibility of the adopter. We will request you submit a spay/neuter certificate before the puppy turns 8 months old. Their adoption fee will include deworming and either 1-3 sets of puppy shots, depending on the age of the puppy.

Pet Secure will provide 6 weeks of emergency pet insurance for every finalized adoption! Please check out their website for more details 🙂


Please note that the adoption fee must be paid at the time you first take the pup into your care. We offer a 100% refund within the first 2 week trial period.

***Kindly only fill out an application if you are certain this is the right time for a furry addition to your home and everyone in your household is on board. Our time is very limited and we do our best to follow up and connect with applicants, so please take the application process seriously. 

Please take a few minutes to read the adoption agreement before filling out the adoption application

Personal Information

General Information





I understand that it is my responsibility to see and evaluate the animal for myself before agreeing to adoption. I also understand that the trial period is not only to ensure that the animal is a good fit for my home, but also for the rescue to determine whether or not they feel comfortable having the adoption finalized. The rescue has the right to seize the pet if they feel the animals well being is at risk. The adoption of a lifelong companion should not be impulsive, but rather a carefully thought out decision, which will ensure a loving, lasting relationship. I also agree to keep the rescue updated with how my new pet is acclimating to its new home and to provide photos and short videos upon request. Falsified information will lead to the automatic rejection of the application. P.A.R. reserves the right to refuse any applicant.