Re-homing a Pet

Please consider every available alternative to admitting your pet to a shelter before you schedule an appointment for admission. This might include re-homing your pet to a friend, neighbor or family member who is interested in having a pet, or if your pet has a behavioral issue, working through that problem with our trainer Diann Andress. Our pets are our lifetime responsibility, and we must do all that we can to ensure that they are happy, healthy, and loved.


Please consider a donation. Donations of $25 or more will be applied to a surrender fee.

How to Re-Home Your Pet

Find your pet a new home by completing the Re-Home Your Pet form below. All pets must have a picture submitted to show on the website. The owner’s full name, phone number, address, and email are also required. In the description area, please tell how old your pet is and then write all of the wonderful things about your pet that will help to get them adopted! We can all think of many things about their personalities that are adorable that we want the world to know. This is the place to brag about your baby and help them find a home.

Request to Re-Home Your Pet

Please provide information about where the pet was last seen.

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