Rehoming My Pet
Rehoming My Pet
Caring for a companion animal is a lifetime commitment; it is not a decision based on a whim. With that in mind, we realize there are unforeseen and unfortunate circumstances that befall us that may make us feel as though we are unable to provide a good, loving home for a pet. Before surrendering an animal, we urge you to carefully think about finding alternate ways to make it work so that your pet can stay with you.
Many times we receive desperate calls from people telling us they have to find a new home for their pet within a limited time span-we are a foster-based rescue and cannot guarantee space quickly. The time to call us or any other rescue is as soon as you think you may need assistance, please don’t let the situation become urgent.
Resources to Review
If you are considering giving up your pet because situation has changed, we have some resources that can help you.
How to Rehome My Pet
While ACDC understands the difficult decision of needing to rehome and/or surrender a valued member of your family, our policy does not allow for ACDC to intake those animals who have behavioral issues, chronic or incurable illnesses or a need for rehabilitation. We cannot accept animals with a bite history. In order for us to consider any animal for potential intake, we require an evaluation form to be completed first.
Any further inquiries on behavioral issues, suggestions for creating a happier environment for both you and your pet, or questions about surrendering a pet, please contact us. A surrender fee may apply for us to accept an animal into our rescue.