Application Donation Notice
Our Application Donation is $20
Thanks for your interest in adopting from Mile High Labrador Retriever Mission.
Due to the large volume of applications we receive, often from people who may not be committed, we require a $20 application donation. We collect this donation securely via PayPal. Don't worry if you don't have a PayPal account, you can use your debit or credit card. Please note that the $20 application donation is not refundable but it will be deducted from your adoption fee should you adopt. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, your donation to Mile High Lab Mission is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. After completing the transaction, you will receive an email from PayPal which may be used as a receipt for tax purposes. If you are approved, the application donation is applied as a credit against the Adoption Donation of your rescued dog from MHLRM. Remember, MHLRM is a 100% all-volunteer organization so 100% of your donation (including this application donation) goes to to the care of rescued dogs in our care!
Click the link below to head to Paypal to pay the application donation. Once your transaction is complete, click "Mile High Labrador Retriever Mission Website" if you are not automatically redirected and you'll be sent right to our adoption application. If you have any issues or any questions, PLEASE let us know.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have not read through our adoption process, please do so before clicking the button below. We can not refund application donations for applicants who do not complete the application process, fail to complete the virtual home visit, or don't meet our requirements. The applications are processed by volunteers and we will get to them as soon as possible but it may take up to three weeks during our busier times. We appreciate your patience.
Please allow our Paypal Site to redirect you back to the Mile High Labrador Retriever Mission website AFTER checkout. If you do not log into Paypal, you may have to click "Return to Mile High Labrador Retriever Mission Website" first.