Below is a list of sample forms to read or fill out. Please click each to view.
Please fill out the Animal Intake form here.
A list of the Procedures for Residents with Pets.
Please fill out the Agreement Resident & Shelter here.
Please fill out the Consent & Release or Boarding here.
Please fill out the Pet Care Owner Agreement here.
Please fill out the Contract Extension Agreement here.
Please fill out the Extended Care Contract here.
View the MOU Animal Shelter & DV Program here.
View the Agreement DV Program & Foster Caregiver here.
View the Safety Planning for Pets here.
View the DV Shelter Supply List here.
Please fill out the Program Evaluation here.
This document is a Childhood Trust Survey on Animal-Related Experiences. There are 10 Screening Questions for Children, Adolescents and Adults.
Complete the CSTARE Screening Questions and Explanation here.
This manual was written by nationally-recognized animal and family advocate Allie Phillips. It contains the guidelines that she began developing in the mid-1990's as a prosecuting attorney. In response to seeing too many domestic violence victims return to their abuser in order to protect their pet, she knew that something needed to change in housing victimized families who have pets.
Find out more about the Start-Up Manual for Sheltering and Families Together.
Learn more about the DV & Animal Abuse Subcommittee Statistics/Resources.
The first step is to determine the need in your community and identify what resources are already available. If there is a current animal welfare organization willing to assist your need for pet shelter, consider partnering with that agency. If not, you may want to begin by gathering local information on the prevalence ofcompanion animal abuse in the context of family violence. (While national statistics sound good, the direct impact on your community may be more appealing to garnerlocal support).
Find out more here about the Domestic Violence Program: Guide to Pet Support.