Welcome to ReHomeYourPets.com! Our site is designed to help you responsibly re-home your pet or a homeless pet you have rescued.

People need to re-home pets for a variety of reasons. Many families, for personal and economic reasons, have to make the difficult decision to re-home their pet.  Maybe a family member has developed an allergy to the pet, or perhaps relocation is preventing them from taking their pet. For Good Samaritans, the increasing homeless pet population has made re-homing a pet in need all too common. Having found a homeless pet, you may be wondering how to find him/her a loving and responsible forever home. We are here to help!  We know that whatever the reason, it is very painful to say goodbye to a beloved pet. This is why you want to do everything you can to place your pet in the best home possible.

The first thing we suggest is to seek the help of a reputable rescue or breed-specific rescue organization. Start by doing an internet search for organizations in your area, or your veterinarian may be able to suggest local rescues.  If a rescue organization is willing to take your pet, you will want to ask them for the name and contact information of the veterinarian they use, so you can call for a reference to be sure it is a reputable group.

If you find that the rescue organizations you contact are full and cannot accept your pet, then you may have to re-home the pet yourself. Re-homing your pet yourself  will allow your pet to stay with you until a new home is found, instead of sitting in a shelter, causing your pet much stress. Additionally , when your pet goes directly from your home to a new home, you will be comforted in knowing where your pet will be.  No one knows your pet better than you do, and if the time comes when you must say goodbye, you will feel better knowing that you did the very best you could to provide your pet with a loving and safe home.

We can help guide you through the process of re-homing your pet responsibly.  Sample Forms are on our site that will help you with questions to ask an applicant, as well as what you should have in writing when you are adopting your pet to a new family. To help you reach more prospective adopters, ReHomeYourPets.com also offers an Adoptable Pets page for posting your pet’s photos and information.

Click on Adoptable Pets to learn how to post your pet on this website.






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