What is the fastest way to rehome a dog?
The fastest way to rehome a dog is to surrender him to a shelter—but that’s not necessarily the best way. While shelters do their best to help the animals in their care, some cannot find homes for every pet.
How do you know if you should rehome your dog?
How to Know If Rehoming Is The Best Thing You Could Do For Your Dog
- You are concerned for the safety of your family.
- The environment does not meet your dogs needs.
- You can no longer afford to provide the dog with proper care.
- Your health is being compromised.
How long does it take to rehome a dog?
Most boarding kennels will not accept a rescue dog for 6-8 weeks after homing because of the increased risk of kennel cough. No-one is able to walk into the Centre and take home a dog the same day.
What do I do with my dog if I can’t keep it?
Rehoming: What to Do If You Can’t Keep Your Dog
- Tip #1: Talk to Your Dog’s Breeder or Rescue Group.
- Tip #2: Spread the Net Wide.
- Tip #3: Buy Time If You Can.
- Tip #4: Help for Service Members.
- Tip #5: Check Out Potential Adopters.
- Breaking the Adoption Contract.
- Rehoming a Dog with Behavior Problems.