We have cats and dogs available for adoption through our organization. Our Facebook page has the most up to date info on our adoptable animals.
All adoptions include current and age appropriate series of distemper/parvo vaccines, bordetella (kennel cough) vaccines, rabies vaccine, dewormings, heartworm testing, spay or neuter, lifetime microchipping, and heartworm and flea prevention up to date. All dogs are either heartworm negative or will be treated by Austin Veterinary Outreach and Rescue at no cost to the adopter!
All adoptions include leukemia/fiv testing (negative), fvrcp vaccines, rabies vaccine, spay or neuter, deworming, and lifetime microchipping for each pet.Fill Out Online Adoption Application Download Our Adoption Application
AVOR participates in the “New Leash on Life” program at the Craven Pamlico Correctional Facility in Bayboro, NC. The unique program allows inmates to partner with local animal shelters and rescues to train dogs in preparation for their adoption. The inmates teach the dogs basic obedience, crate training, socialization, and leash training. Sometimes advanced obedience training along with agility and rally training is taught. New Leash on Life benefits the prisoners as well as the dogs. The inmates learn patience, responsibility and a feeling of accomplishment while becoming experienced dog trainers. All dogs are vetted, vaccinated and altered in preparation for the program and adoption. If you are interested in meeting one of our dogs in the New Leash on Life program, please contact us to set up a meeting.
AVOR received the mobile surgery clinic as a donation from Encore Pets, Inc., in 2015, allowing this important program to continue to operate in eastern NC. The custom-built 33’ long mobile clinic enables us to bring safe and affordable spay/neuter, vaccination and other services to the most rural parts of our county. In many cases, owners are unable to keep their pets because they cannot afford veterinary care, especially spaying and neutering. Owners often end up with unwanted litters, which exacerbates the problem. We believe that by offering these services where they are needed, we can significantly reduce the number of pets that are surrendered to the local shelter. The clinic is capable of spaying/neutering 25-30 cats and dogs a day and we offer clinics once a month. To date, we have spayed/neutered over 200 cats and dogs, thanks largely to the support of the Brandt Animal Foundation Spay/Neuter Grant Program.
Since our inception in 2015, AVOR has rescued over 300 dogs and cats, mostly from shelters or strays. We house many of our foster animals at Austin Veterinary but also have a wonderful volunteer foster home network. AVOR provides foster pets with food, supplies, and all the necessary veterinary care.
Save a life and adopt a rescue pet, or consider opening your home to a foster cat or dog!View Pets on Petfinder