Where "THE ANIMALS" Always Come First!
Our House of Hope is a innovative prevention based animal welfare organization. Our concentration is on animal rescue, rehabilitaion and rehoming. We lead through example, community involvement and education.
We give a voice to our rescues and our public. During times of transition, we also provide support to our seniors, low income families, the disabled and our veterans. It is in this way that we give "HOPE" to the community inwhich we service and the rescues that may pass through our doors.
Our House of Hope, Inc. is a Il. 501(c)3 State Licensed Non Profit Animal Welfare Organization who specializes in the medical, behavioral and the emotional rehabilitation of animals.
Our Adoption Process
All of our animals are cared for in private foster homes licensed by the Illinois Department of Agriculture, and they can be seen with a pre approved application and by appointment only. If you see an animal that you may be interested in, please contact us, and we will be happy to send you an application for pre adoptive approval. Once your application is returned to us and is approved, you will be contacted by either phone or email by one of our volunteers and a meeting will be scheduled to meet the animal for which you have applied.
Our House of Hope maintains the right to deny an adoption for any reason in an effort to best accommodate the individual needs of our animals. Meet and Greets and Home Visits may be required as multiple animals may be involved and may react differently to each other in one's own environment versus a neutral location. We ask for your patience during this process, as all of our animals have received unconditional care, and our primary goal is to find them the best of forever homes based on their individual needs.
Our adoption fee of $375.00 includes core vaccines, heartworm testing and preventatives, comprehensive blood panels, deworming, tick and flea prevention while in rescue, micro-chipping for identification purposes, spaying or neutering. This organization has a 100% disclosure policy. All available medical records of each animal are provided for review to potential pre approved adopters prior to placement. Adopters also have direct and full access to our veterinarians to answer any animal specific questions and to our foster families for the daily routines of each animal.
Contact us in Libertyville, IL to request any additional information or to receive our application.