If you wish to keep your pet but are having a hard time and are considering rehoming your pet, please contact us and let us know what kind of help you need; we may be able to offer or help point you to resources that can help keep you and your pet united.

If you have decided to surrender your dog, submit an owner surrender request, and a volunteer will respond within 72 hours. Be aware that it is our mission to save dogs that are already at risk in shelters. Therefore, applying does not guarantee your dog will be admitted into our rescue.

Rehoming Your Dog

We realize there may come a time when you feel you must give up your pet for one reason or another, and while we hope you will stop to consider everything that your dog is to you, please remember what you mean to your pet – you are his/her sole protector. Millions of pets across the country will never have a person care enough about them even to attempt to find a safe home.

Therefore, we hope you will understand why our policy is not to accept animal surrenders from the public. While you are hopefully exhausting every option, your pet is safe. The innocent dog with the goofy smile who is scheduled to be killed is not safe. Please give your pet every chance possible to be safely placed in a new home.

If, after all of your efforts, he or she ends up in the tragic predicament of all too many – it is then, with our resources focused on providing a chance to pets facing certain death – rescues will try to help (if we can and your dog hasn’t run out of time).

Below are resources we strongly recommend you review before making any decisions regarding your beloved family companion:

*Please note: Surrender requests will only be considered after pictures of the dog have been provided. Thank you for doing your best to ensure your companion finds a safe and loving forever home.