PetHarbor searchable index is updated every 60 minutes! We identify and track pets by the ID number (A000000) and cannot search by names or photos.
Though we update this index every 60 minutes, we cannot guarantee the animals are available for adoption or are still in the shelter. Please visit in person. Unfortunately, we cannot hold animals via e-mail or telephone, nor can we ship animals out of the area.
*Adoption Process stops at 5:30 p.m.
How to adopt from the Weber County Animal Shelter
Step 1. Visit The Pets
Spend some time and get acquainted with the pet. Carefully consider if it is the right size, temperament, and breed for you. Consider daily care and home environment needs, training and other pets and children at home. If there are other pets and children in the home, a meet and greet return visit will need to be arranged to ensure a good fit.
Step 2. The Application
Adoption applications are available at the shelter and can be completed there. You also may download an application to complete and bring with you to the shelter.
Download Adoption Application
Step 3. The Adoption Process
Most adoptions can be done the same day. After your application is reviewed and approved, please plan on 15-20 minutes for adoption process.
Review Fees - Adoption Fees
Step 4. Spay/Neuter Surgery Agreement
If the pet is already altered, no follow up with the shelter is needed.
If not altered, the spay/neuter agrement must be completed which allows 30 days for you to get the pet altered. Part of your adoption fee is returned in the form of a voucher toward the spay/neuter surgery. This voucher can be used with any veterinarian of your choice. Law requires that any pet adopted from a Utah shelter MUST be altered within 30 days of adoption. Failure to comply with this law will result in confiscation of animal.
Step 5. Bring your new pet home!!!
- Most pets are held a mandatory period of time, and must pass a temperament test before being made available for adoption.
- You must be at least 18 years of age to adopt from our shelter.
- City or out of town residents - You are welcome to adopt a pet from our shelter if you live anywhere in the United States, but it is a requirement to license your pet with your hometown.
- Please be patient with your new pet as they adjust to their new home. Cats can sometimes take longer to adjust than dogs.