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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.

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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

miranda's dog rescue

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.

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