Birmingham, AL Dogs and Cats For Adoption by Owner
Thinking of adopting a dog or cat in Birmingham, AL? While there are many sources offering pets for adoption throughout Birmingham, AL, one of the best ways to find the pet of your dreams is through our pet rehoming service, from a pet owner who can no longer care for their companion.
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Birmingham, AL Pet Adoption Listings
Meet Dodger, an adorable 9 pound Chihuahua looking for a very special home in or near Nashville, TN. Dodger is just 7 years old, very healthy, fixed and up to date on shots. Dodger is house trained, leash trained and crate trained. If you have been looking for a very devoted lap dog to add love, joy, laughter and companionship to life, Dodger is your dream doggie. Adopt Dodger today. Text DODGER to (888) 833-2128 or email AdoptDodger@dog-lover.us. We look forward to hearing from you.
Meet Barney and Blue, A Maine Coon mix and Shorthair Tabby Cat For Adoption in Montgomery AL With his luscious long tabby and white coat and amazing bushy tail, Barney is one very handsome Maine Coon mix cat. He and his little brother Blue, a …
Meet Abbey! This gorgeous Chocolate Labrador Retriever Pitbull mix dog is looking for a very special forever home. Located near Atlanta in Dalton GA, Abbey is in exceptional health. She is fixed, up to date on her shots, and very well behaved and affectionate. Abbey needs a home where she can be the only pet. She would love to find a home with a large, securely fenced yard to play in, and some attentive dog lovers to cherish her. She is best suited for families with children older than 8. Abbey is a special dog and deserves a very good home. Please offer this lovely Lab mix her forever home today. Vet records and some supplies will be included.
Questions about Abbey? Text “Abbey” to (888) 833-2128 or emaile AdoptAbbey@dog-lover.us. We look forward to hearing from you.
Looking for a handsome and healthy white American Pit Bull Terrier (Pitbull) dog for adoption in Dothan AL? Buster is an awesome 1 year old neutered male Pitbull. He is smart, charming and devoted – a wonderful companion and friend. Buster needs a home where he can be the only pet. He is house trained and a great watch dog. Buster is best suited for a home with children 12 and older. All supplies and vet records will be included to his new home. Adopt Buster the white Pitbull today.
Zoomer is a 5 year old male Black Labrador Retriever mix dog for adoption near Birmingham AL. Fixed, shots, healthy, chipped – supplies included. He is house trained and leash trained.
We were absolutely astounded by the number of wonderful adoption offers we received for Little Girl, despite her age of 10 years. She is now with her new family, and from all reports, doing very well. Need to Rehome a Dog in Alabama? Our dog …
Jo’Z has found her forever home. Thank you for your interest in this beautiful Boxer. Location: Mobile, Alabama, 36693 Type of Pet: Dog Breed: Boxer Age: 1-1/2 Color/Coat Type: Tan and some white Size: 50!bs Health Issues: No Behavior Issues: No (Still in puppy stage and …
Hi, My name is Misha! All About Misha Misha is a gorgeous purebred Siberian Husky. At just 2 years old, Misha is very healthy and full of life. He has been neutered and vaccinated. He has been micro chipped and completely house broken. Misha is …
Find pets for adoption throughout Birmingham, AL, including in:
Highland Residence Park
Five Points South
About Our Birmingham, AL Pet Adoption and Rehoming Service
At Pet Net Birmingham, AL, we specialize in bringing pet lovers together; pet owners who are faced with the very unfortunate situation of having to find a good home for their dog or cat, and pet lovers who have been searching for the right companion to add to their home.
While Birmingham, AL’s animal shelters and pet rescue organizations provide a much needed service for pets in need, they are really no place for pre-loved family companions that are used to being pampered. Pet Net Birmingham, AL helps facilitate home-to-home pet adoptions, so that family pets need never “set paw” in a shelter or rescue.