Surrender a Pet

We applaud the Good Samaritans who find abandoned pups and take the time to stop and pick them up and then try to find them good homes.  If you find yourself in this situation with a litter of puppies, please contact us immediately so we can try and help!

We understand that there are many reasons in which someone may need to surrender their pet.

Right now we are foster-based and have very limited availabilities.  If you have a pet that you need to surrender, please use the Contact Us page and send us a request.  One of our volunteers will call you back to discuss your request.  We make no promises that we will be able to accept your pet into our program.

There are many factors that get considered for our program to accept an owner surrender.  Adult dogs must be completely up to date on shots (have proof), be spayed/neutered (have proof) and have a current (within the last 6 months) negative heartworm test.  We will also require a veterinarian reference.  We will evaluate puppies on a case by case basis.

We will then need to evaluate your animal, its temperament and see if we have a spot in our program for it.  You must also be the legal owners of the pet and will sign a surrender contract to that effect.