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Adoption policy

Mercy Sakes 2nd Chance Dogs is a nonprofit, volunteer dog rescue based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. At Mercy Sakes, our mission is to rescue the less adoptable dogs who require behavioral training, additional vetting and care, and dogs who don’t necessarily physically attract the general public. Once rescued, our dogs are fully vetted and the adoption process begins. We screen every home thoroughly and educate potential forever homes on breed characteristics, behavior, vetting, and proper pet ownership. All of our pets are microchipped before leaving our care to ensure they will always have a 2nd chance with us should for any reason, their adoption not be a good fit. All pets who come through our program are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and prescreened in a compassionate foster home. It is out mission to provide judgement free quality care regardless of age, breed, temperament, or circumstances. In addition, we follow up with adopters and remain committed and involved beyond foster and adoption. We accomplish these goals by maintaining positive relationships with local veterinarians, shelters, and surrounding rescues. Mercy Sakes 2nd Chance Dogs is a 501c3 animal rescue incorporated November 1st, 2019.

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
FindpetTM is a Participating Pet Recovery Service Registry for the AAHA Universal Pet Microchip Lookup Tool. AAHA provides an internet-based application that enables veterinarians, humane organizations, pet owners or other persons to search various Pet Recovery Service registries and identify those registries on which a particular microchip is registered. AAHA is not affiliated or involved with any specific microchip registry and has no relationship, financial or otherwise, with this Participating Pet Recovery Service Registry ("Registry"). This Registry has given AAHA permission to search the Registry's database in order to assist pet owners in being reunited with their pets. AAHA does not maintain a database of microchips of its own. It only links to registries such as this one. The AAHA Universal Microchip Lookup Tool only searches the databases of companies that elect to participate in the program.