The animal can be transferred to the shelter by a person who has reached the age of 18 upon the presentation of identity document..
The shelter accepts the animal on the following assumptions – there is a free space in the shelter and the owner of the animal has negotiated the time that the animal will spend in the shelter. Ownerless animals or the animals that have suffered and require aid are accepted into the shelter out of turn.
The owner of the animal must have a vaccination passport in his possession. If the animal hasn’t been vaccinate and castratedsterilized, then the owner is obliged to pay for these procedures. In case it is impossible for the owner to pay for medical procedures or the animal is ownerless, the costs are paid from the donations.
If the animal has not been vaccinated before admittance to the shelter, the shelter does not take responsibility for its health in the first two weeks of its stay.
The owned is obliged to provide information about the animals temper, behavior and habits.
The shelter does not accept animals deemed dangerous to the public (characterized by overly aggressive or feral behavior).
After admittance the shelter does not provide the ex-owner with the information about the adaptation of the animal, unless the new owner agrees upon such provision.
Adoptation procedure must be performed in case a person who transferred the animal to the shelter would like to get it back.
„Mēs aizsargājam tos, kuri paši to nespēj, un palīdzam tiem, kam visvairāk tas ir nepieciešams.”