Our organization is looking into possibly asking for identication for ALL adoptions. Such as drivers license or a state issued I.D. The concerns surrounding this is that we want to make the adoption process go as smooth as possible for adopters and adding that tiny extra step may cause a barrier. We do, however, currently ask for identification if we belive the adopters are not at least 18 years of age and if we have any other type of suspicions. I would like feedback of the pros and cons so I can present this to my leadership team. Do other shelters ask for identification for ALL adoptions? Is this appropriate? And of course are their any organizations who currently use the system we have and only ask for suspicion purposes? All feedback would be greatly appreciated.