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You are your pets best hope for a new home

Below, you will find two incredible resources for re-homing your pet

They are well respected, and we urge you to use BOTH resources to increase the chance of finding your pet a new home, so he or she does not have to enter a shelter.

Believe it or not, you are your pet’s best option for finding a new home. Some people think shelters or rescue groups would be best for placing your pet because we have experience, facilities, screening guidelines, etc. However, an individual, particularly one who knows the animal, can focus all their efforts on that pet, provide the most information to prospective adopters and best determine the appropriateness of a new home.

Also, shelters are stressful for animals.

The shelter setting, no matter how nice, can bring on stress-related problems. Anxiety, aggression, and even illness is common, and these natural reactions may make adoption difficult or impossible. If you decide that you do need to re-home your pet, we want to help you become your pet’s best advocate for finding a home.

Re-home with love

Rehoming your pet should be easy and stress-free for both you and your pet.  Our experts at, the largest non-profit pet adoption website, with support from The Petco Foundation, have created a simple, reliable, free program to help you place your pet from your loving home directly to another.

From one good home to another

You don’t have to surrender your pet! Now you can go to, the website for rehoming a cat or dog. 


Get Your Pet is an online community that directly connects people who need to give up a pet with people who want to adopt a pet.  The process costs you nothing- you just publish your pet’s profile and thousand of potential adopters will see it!

Owner Rehoming Information

If you can no longer keep your pet and are interested in applying to rehome him or her, please fill out our rehoming application for dogs and cats. Submitting an application does not guarantee that we will be able to take your animal; you will be contacted as soon as possible about scheduling an appointment to bring your pet in if we are able to take him or her. We do ask a small fee for accepting your animal, which helps us with the cost of vet care and feeding for the time the animal is in our shelter. This fee is only a small percentage of what we actually spend on the animals’ care.

Also, please note that we are unable to accept walk-ins, as we have an extensive waiting list during most of the year.

Dog Rehoming

Cat Rehoming