Rehoming a dog

Life can take surprising and difficult turns for all of us. Loss of a job, having to move, allergies, divorce, and even death sometimes results in a wonderful pet needing a new home. For those families or individuals with no other options than to rehome a pet, we are here to help by offering guidance to you. We encourage you to devote at least a month to finding a new home for your pet before considering surrendering your pet to a shelter. Please take a look at this "Rehoming Resources" article through the Humane Rescue Alliance  before contacting us to ensure that surrendering your dog is your final option.

Follow the link: https://www.humanerescuealliance.org/rehoming-resources

Need to rehome your dog?

As a foster based rescue, we can only take in a dog if we have a foster home available, the dog must also be dog friendly. If you need help rehoming a dog we can certainly do a courtesy posting for you and try to network. 

We need the following information:

  • Name?

  • Age?

  • Why are you rehoming?

  • Dog friendly?

  • Cat friendly?

  • Kid friendly?

  • House trained?

  • Crate trained?

  • Up to date on vaccinations?

  • Spayed/Neutered?

  • Location?

  • Best Contact

  • Any pictures or videos that show the dogs

       true personality or support any of the above questions.

Please email us at adopt@underdogca.com

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Miranda's Rescue is another great resource if you're looking to rehome a dog with behavioral issues. Shannon Miranda is a fabulous dog trainer and has helped us with numerous dogs that have had a hard time being adopted. 

http://mirandasrescue.org/

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