Lair Of Dragons Bird Rescue,
Rehabilitation and Adoption.
Name:
Full Address
St,City,State:
Phone #
Vet Info:
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1. Do you live in a house
condo/apart.
mobile home
with parents
other
yes
No
2. If you rent, will your landlord object to your having a reptile or bird? (Note: failure
to disclose that you have a reptile or bird may result in your being evicted.)
Don't Know
3. How long have you lived at your present address?
4.  Are you planning to move in the next 6 months? If you move, what are you planning to
do with your animal?
5. Have you adopted an animal before? If yes, what is the current status of that animal?
6. If you must give up this animal, what do you plan to do? (You must contact us before giving up a
reptile or bird that was adopted from us)
7. Have you ever brought any of your own animals to a shelter or rescue society? If yes,
what were the circumstances:
8. Have you owned or cared for birds before? If yes, what kind (species name):
9. If you no longer have these animals, please explain how long you had them and why you no longer have them:
10. Do you already have a avian veterinarian who is experienced in evaluating and treating birds? If yes,
please give the name and phone number: (If not we will provide you with names of exotic vets in your area)
11. If your new pet gets lost, what steps will you take to find it?
12. How much do you anticipate spending yearly to provide the appropriate food, medical care, permits
(if required in your area) and supplies?
13. What types of supplies and food do you think you will need for the animal you wish to adopt?
14. How much do you think it will cost for you to acquire the necessary supplies and food?
15. What size enclosure do you have or do you plan on buying/building for your new pet? (pics will be required)
16. How many adults in your household? Number of Children? How old are the children?
17. Do all family members favor getting this type of animal?
18. Which member(s) of your household will be primarily responsible for the feeding, cleaning, handling (if
appropriate) and general care of this animal?
19. If you are interested in adopting a particular species or type of bird, please tell us what you already
know or have learned about the needs and disposition of this type of animal?
20. Many parrots may live more than 100 years. Are you ready to take responsibility for the animal you
adopt for its entire life? What provisions will you make to assure it is taken care of after you or the
primary care-giver dies or is no longer able to care for it?
21. What books or other materials have you read about the animal you wish to adopt? What books relating to
this animal(s),( bird ) care do you presently own?
22. Do you belong to a avian society If so, which one(s):
23. If you want to adopt an iguana:
Have you ever had one before? If so, what happened to it? (Be honest if it died - this is not necessarily a
disqualifier given the poor information out there.)
24. Are you prepared to provide suitable housing for one? This means at least a dedicated room or room-sized
enclosure.  What size do you have?
25. What other types of animals do you have?
26. What will you do about care for your bird when you have to travel on business or vacations?
27. Are you a smoker, if so do you smoke in your house?
28. Please put down any other pertinent information you think will help me get to know you better as a
'parent.'
29. Which rescue are you interested in adopting on our available page.  If requesting for future adoption,
please explain
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