I need to rehome my dog. How do I get started?


The first step is to complete our rehome form with as much information as possible. One of our rescue personnel will contact you to discuss your dog and any issues or concerns. If your dog is accepted into our Rehome Program, we will either work with you to rehome your dog while you keep him in your home, or we will place the dog into a foster home. You will be guided by our experienced personnel about which option is best for you and your dog.

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  • Elizabeth G Miller
    commented 2020-10-09 10:53:14 -0500
    Please help me! I have a 1 year old Labradoodle who is too much for me to handle. I am elderly and he is wonderful but not a good match for me. Neutered, all shots, very healthy. He is all brown with a white spot on his Chet and a tiny white spot on his right paw. very loving, but is too big to be my lap dog!
  • Marcia Fineman
    commented 2019-09-01 15:16:58 -0500
    Please help me rehome my precious 13 year old very healthy very active goldendoodle, Mickey. I recently moved in a condo in San Diego to take care of my 100 year old father and he is terrified of my dog. Then recently I fell fractured and dislocated my right wrist and just had surgery. So now I am completely unable to take care of him. He is currently being boarded but I know he would be a lovely or somebody and boarded when you could be in a home does anybody have any thoughts
  • Shannon Blossman
    followed this page 2019-08-23 14:00:15 -0500

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