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    Programs that place stray and homeless domestic pets with people who are willing to provide for their care; find homes for wild burros, horses or other animals who are being removed from their natural environment; or place retired race horses, show horses, greyhounds and other animals when their racing or show careers have come to an end. Included are websites where animals available for adoption can be listed.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Animal Support ServicesThe Animal Protective Foundation shelters stray dogs from surrounding municipalities, accepts stray cats and owned animals throughout Schenectady County and offers them up for adoption, offers euthanasia and cremation services, offers dog training classes, offers a humane education program for children, and offers a pet guardian program for victims of domestic violence in conjunction with the YMCA.SchenectadyANIMAL ADOPTIONANIMAL PROTECTIVE FOUNDATION OF SCHENECTADY
    Animal Support ServicesThe Capital District Humane Association tries to find homes for unwanted, needy animals and has cats, dogs, and other animals available for adoption, and holds regular adoption clinics. Potential adopters are screened for suitability as pet owners. AlbanyANIMAL ADOPTIONCAPITAL DISTRICT HUMANE ASSOCIATION
    Animal Support ServicesPeppertree Rescue has animals with good temperament available for adoption, already spayed and neutered with their rabies, distemper, and bordatella shots, and tested (and treated if necessary) for heartworm and intestinal worms. AlbanyANIMAL ADOPTIONPEPPERTREE RESCUE
    Animal Support ServicesThe Mohawk Hudson Humane Society provides shelter for lost, abused and unwanted animals. The animal care facility is the largest in the Capital Region, receiving an average of 7,000 animals per year. The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society places animals in responsible homes. Each animal is spayed/neutered and vaccinated. Cats are tested for feline leukemia and dogs are tested for heart-worm. Treatment for fleas and intestinal parasites is administered if needed. Micro-chipping is available at the time of adoption for an additional $10. Pet owners may come to the Humane Society to claim lost pets. Found animals are listed on the Society's website If you are in a situation you believe will require you to give up your pet, you have several options. The Humane Society will listen to your situation and provide you with tips and options. Volunteer opportunities available.AlbanyANIMAL SHELTERMOHAWK HUDSON HUMANE SOCIETY (MHHS)
    Animal Support ServicesOffers a dog adoption program where dogs can be adopted as pets as puppies (8-12 weeks old) or as young adults (16-24 months old), occasionally, there is limited number of adult dogs who have been retired as guides or breeding dogs and are in need of a permanent, loving home.WestchesterDOG ADOPTIONGUIDING EYES FOR THE BLIND
    Animal Support ServicesSaratoga County Animal Shelter offers the adoption of dogs and cats.SaratogaPET ADOPTIONSSARATOGA COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER
    Animal Support ServicesThe mission of the Senior to Senior Animal Adoption is to place senior dogs and cats, ages 5+ and older, with loving senior citizens, age 60+. It has been proven in countless studies that seniors thrive from the companionship of a pet. The Senior to Senior Animal Adoption Program is a joint program between the Saratoga County Office for the Aging and the Saratoga County Animal Shelter.SaratogaSENIOR TO SENIOR PROGRAMSARATOGA COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER

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