Lollypop Farm Seeking Dog Adopters as Shelter Cares for 100 Dogs
Lollypop Farm extends 50% off Dog Adoptions through January
WHAT: Lollypop Farm is seeking adopters for dogs as the shelter reaches 100 dogs in their care. Many dogs like Tommy, Sinatra, Meadow, and Zeus have been at Lollypop Farm for over a month waiting for the perfect place to call home. While Lollypop Farm does not have any limitations on the length of time a pet may wait for their family, the shelter is stressed for space to help additional pets needing to be brought to the shelter for veterinary services and other forms of life-saving care.
WHAT: Lollypop Farm (main shelter location)
99 Victor Road
Fairport NY 14450
Walk-in adoptions are welcome:
Thursday, December 30th 12:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Friday, December 31st 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 1st: Lollypop Farm will be closed
Adoptions by appointment only:
Sunday, January 2nd: Appointments are currently full but as appointments open due to cancellations, they will be posted here.
WHY: Community members can have a big impact when they choose to adopt now because not only will they be providing a second chance to the pet they take home, they will be helping to make space in the shelter for another pet who may need veterinary services or another form of life-saving care.
Adopters can also take advantage of end-of-the-year promotions going on at the shelter. Right now, shelter pets (including dogs, cats, rabbits, and small mammals) are 50% off the cost of adoption along with “Spirit Cats” cost of adoption being 100% off through the shelter’s Bark in the Mew Year promotion. In addition, senior dogs and cats (ages 6 and up) can be adopted for free by adopters 60 years and older through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program.
HOW: Adopters should start by heading to the Lollypop Farm website at https://www.lollypop.org/animals/dogs/ to see all the dogs currently available for adoption. Each dog has a biography detailing their personalities and individual needs. If an adopter is interested in a specific pet, they can come to Lollypop Farm during regular adoption hours to be helped by an adoption counselor.
PHOTO & INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES: Please call ahead to schedule an interview. Opportunities are available with Vicky Pape, Director of Animal Placement, or Adrienne McHargue, Vice-President & COO for Lollypop Farm. Please contact Lindsay Snyder to schedule an interview, as Ashley Zeh is Out of Office. Lindsay Snyder’s contact information is 585-813-5701 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester: Established in 1873, Lollypop Farm is the largest animal welfare organization helping pets and people in the Greater Rochester area. Together with the community, the organization betters the lives of animals through justice, prevention, and life-saving care. With a main campus in Fairport and four other adoption centers throughout the community, the organization provides shelter, care, and adoption for dogs, cats, small animals, birds, reptiles, horses, and other farm animals. Lollypop Farm is an independent nonprofit organization supported solely through contributions, grants, investments, proceeds from retail sales, and fees for programs and services. For more information and to meet adoptable animals, please visit www.lollypop.org.