Private Dog Rehoming Services

Private Dog Rehoming Services

REHOMING DOGS SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY SINCE 2013

Dog Rehoming Services For Responsible Owners
Rehoming dogs and puppies throughout the USA and Canada since 2013, Pet Rehoming Network can find a good home for your dog safely and effectively.

Need to rehome a dog or puppy? Call us toll-free at (888) 720-3322 to discuss your dog rehoming needs.
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Private Dog Rehoming Services Throughout the USA and Canada

Private dog rehoming service. Need to rehome a dog or puppy? Pet Rehoming Network’s experienced team of dog adoption specialists  can help you to safely and effectively find a good home for your dog or puppy.

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QUESTIONS ABOUT REHOMING YOUR DOG?

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Questions about your dog rehoming situation and how we can help? Please feel free to call or text, or fill out our intake questionaire.  We can help you decide if rehoming your dog is the right decision for you.

Rehoming Dogs and Puppies Safely

No dog owner wants to have to rehome a dog or puppy. Unfortunately, life doesn’t always cooperate with the best laid plans for pet ownership. Being faced with the prospect of dog rehoming is a very distressing situation. dog owners worry about their pets’ future well-being, and whether they can find the right new home where their companion will continue to receive the love, attention and level of care they need and very much deserve.

Purebred Dog Rehoming and Adoption

Rehoming Dogs of All Breeds and Types

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Common Reasons For Dog Rehoming

There are many understandable reasons why rehoming dogs and puppies can be necessary.

Dog Allergies

When a dog owner or a member of their family develops severe allergies to the dogs in their home, rehoming a dog is usually a must-do. Allergies can be so severe as to make breathing difficult, and, at best, life miserable. In most cases of severe dog allergies, dog rehoming is essential.d settings.

Moving

When making an overseas or other long distance move is necessary due to work or being close to family members who need you, bringing your dog along is not always practical – or possible. Many overseas moves require long periods of quarantine for dogs, and the expense and logistics of transporting your dog to another country can be daunting. Many dog owners find that dog rehoming is the best solution for the well-being and welfare of their beloved pet.

Pregnancy

Dogs are interesting pets. Each one is different, with unique personality traits. Many dogs are deathly afraid of children – even babies. This can make life miserable for a cherished family dog – many spend their days hiding and feeling constantly under siege from the cries of babies and the unpredictable presence of toddlers.

Raising Small Children

We often hear about dogs that suddenly begin showing signs of distress, aggression other territorial behavior when children are added to their home.  Dogs and small children are not always a good mix, and placing your dog in a loving, calm and predictable home where they will feel safe and loved can be a great solution to this dilemma.

Aging Dog Owner

As we all age, sometimes there are unexpected situations that make it impossible for the owner to care for their dog. These include declining memory, risk of falling, stroke, arthritis. More often than not, a host of difficulties in an aging pet owner can make rehoming their dog necessary.

Financial Difficulties

When you lose your job, become disabled, or experience other monetary set-backs, being able to afford the care and keeping of your dog can be difficult, and even impossible. Many people faced with this situation find that they need to move to more affordable accomodations – many of which do not accept pets. And having to choose between food, shelter and clothing for yourself – or paying for your dog’s food and vet care makes dog rehoming the best solution.

Illness and Disability

When faced with a serious illness such as cancer or ALS, dog owners worry about who will care for their precious pet when they no longer can. Finding a good home for their dog while their health allows them to make this all-important choice gives owners facing illness peace of mind. This is often the very best solution for the well-being of the dog, giving the owner the ability to choose where and with whom the dog is placed, and to keep in touch with the new owners, who are usually happy to share photos and stories of the pet in it’s new home.

Work Demands

 Some careers demand so much of our time. This often leaves very little time for dog owners to spend with their pets. dogs can become neglected, spending far too much time alone. While hiring a pet sitter can be a solution for some dog owners, this can present a tremendous ongoing expense.  Dog rehoming makes sense in this situation. Finding a good home for the dogs with owners who have lots of time for giving snuggles, belly rubs and just spending time with them is a great solution. And most adoptive dog owners are happy to keep in touch, sending photos and updates on how the dogs are doing in their new home.

Death of the Dog Owner

Sadly, it happens. Dog owners pass away unexpectedly, leaving their cherished pet with nowhere to go. Sometimes family or friends are able to offer the dog a good home, but this is not always the case. Dog rehoming when an owner dies is a much better solution than placing the dogs in a shelter, where they will experience the profound loss of not only their owner, but their safe, happy and familiar home.

Feeling Guilty Thinking of Rehoming Your Dog or Puppy?

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There are so many understandable reasons for rehoming dogs, but this doesn’t make it easier. It is common for dog owners to feel guilty, sad and hopeless when faced with parting with a cherished and important member of the family.

Our friendly, helpful and very empathetic dog rehoming coordinators are here for you. We can help you cope with the very emotional side of rehoming a dog, and at the same time ensure that your dog is rehomed safely and into the right situation.  We will help you replace heartache with home by guiding you through our safe, proven and very affordable dog rehoming process.

6 Great Reasons To Choose Our Compassionate Dog Rehoming Service

1.  It’s SAFE. Our dedicated dog rehoming team take great care to ensure that you are matched only with potential pet adopters with a legitimate interest in offering your dog or puppy a loving, forever home.

2.Our staff provide FOLLOW-UP. We stay in touch with your dogs’ new owners for a year, ensuring that all is well and your pet is being well taken care of.

3. It’s AFFORDABLE. We charge a modest fee of just $150 for rehoming dogs and puppies.

4. It’s WORRY-FREE. Let our dog rehoming team deal with all those emails and phone calls inquiring about your pet. We’ll keep your identity, phone number and email address CONFIDENTIAL until a suitable adoptive family is found.

5. We CARE ABOUT YOU.  Giving up a cherished family companion is never easy. Our staff are here for you when you need a shoulder to lean on, a kind word, or reassurance that you are doing what is best for you and your dog.

6. It’s STRESS FREE FOR YOUR DOG.  There is not6.hing more traumatic for a beloved family dog (or dog owner) than to be left at an animal shelter. Through our unique home to home dog rehoming service, your pet never set’s paw in a shelter. They remain in your care until they are gently transitioned into the loving care of their new owners.

Adoptable Dogs

Dogs and Puppies For Adoption By Private Owner

Thinking of adopting a dog or puppy near you? Pet Rehoming Network helps unite dog owners who can no longer care for their companions with dog lovers looking to add a wonderful pre-loved dog or puppy to their lives. Find dogs for adoption by owner throughout the USA and Canada, or get on our waiting list to be notified once the dog of your dreams comes available.

White Miniature Poodle For Adoption Tigard Oregon – Meet Couve

Couve is a stunning White Miniature Poodle for adoption in Tigard, Oregon, near Portland. This healthy white dog weighs 10 pounds at 5 years of age. Couve has been neutered and micro-chipped, and is up to date on his shots. This sweet boy is looking for a quiet home with a special senior or retired dog lover who will spoil him and who won’t mind that he can be quite barky at times. He is also a great cuddler and a first hand companion. Adopt this gorgeous little guy today.

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English Mastiff Amstaff Mix Dog For Adoption Seattle – Meet Monty

A handsome 95 pound dog, Monty is an English Mastiff American Staffordshire Terrier mix dog for adoption in Seattle. This loveable large dog is in good health, fixed, up to date on shots and house trained. He is well behaved and very affectionate. Monty is good with other dogs and gets along well with children. He does not do well with cats.

Monty will be rehomed with all supplies and vet records. Adopt this handsome Amstaff Mastiff mix dog in Seattle today.

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ADOPTED – Norman Goldendoodle Black Lab Mix Dog Canton OH

NORMAN HAS BEEN ADOPTED – THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST.

Norman is a delightful 4 year old Goldendoodle Black Labrador Retriever mix dog for private adoption in North Canton, Ohio, near Akron and Cleveland. Very healthy, fixed, up to date on shots and house trained, Norman is good with children and other dogs. He is a very obedient and loving dog that would make a wonderful addition to any home. He is looking for his forever family, who will cherish him and give him the time, attention, love, companionship, exercise and home that he deserves. Adopt Norman the Goldendoodle mix today.

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Calgary AB – Saint Bernard English Mastiff American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog For Private Adoption – Meet Pepper

Pepper is a large breed dog for adoption in Calgary, AB. She is a gorgeous mix of three popular breeds; the Saint Bernard, the English Mastiff and the American Pit Bull Terrier. She has all the best features of these breeds all rolled into one happy, healthy, affectionate and joyful dog. Pepper is awesome!

At three years old, Pepper has reached the majestic size of 85 pounds. She looks like a lion, but is really a pussycat at heart. She is in excellent health, spayed, up to date on shots, micro-chipped and will come with health records. She is house trained and crate trained, too – a ready to love dog.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Rehoming a Dog

Understandably, our clients have many questions about our dog rehoming services. Our team are always happy to address your concerns and provide you with the information you need to feel confident and at ease with your decision to rehome your dog through Pet Rehoming Network.

There are some questions that we are very often asked. We have included these questions, along with detailed explanations in this FAQ section for your convenience. Always feel free to call us to inquire about any aspect of what we do, and how we can help you find that perfect forever home for your dog or puppy.

Please feel free to call us toll free throughout North America: 1 (888) 720-3322. We care about you and your dog!

How Long Does It Take to Find a Home For My Dog?

Every situation is different, just as every dog is different. We have found homes for some dogs within just a few days, while for others, finding that perfect forever home can take a few months. There are many things that play a part in how quickly a home can be found for your dog; the time of year, your dog’s type, breed, age and health/behavior, your location, and fate.

Rest assured, our dedicated dog rehoming team will work hard to attract the right family, couple or person for your dog. Our goal is always to find the BEST home for your dog. This can take time and great care in screening and selecting the best match for you and your dog. Sometimes, after a reasonable period of advertising has gone by, it’s necessary to expand our reach to other locations or adjust your dog’s profile. We work with you as a team, and between us try everything we can to attract a good home for you dog.

If you have a deadline such as a move – or if finding your dog a new home is a highly urgent situation, we will do our best to accommodate you, but cannot guarantee that a home will be located within your time frame.

If needed, for a small additional fee, we can help you find a temporary foster home or boarding for your dog until a permanent home is located and secured.

How Much Does Rehoming My Dog Cost?

We charge a fee of $150 to rehome one dog, $229.95 to rehome 2 dogs (either together or separately, $349.95 to rehome 3 dogs. (We also offer a basic rehoming services fee of just $50)

This is a one-time fee, and covers our costs in creating and promoting your pet’s rehoming story throughout a wide variety of media. It also covers our costs for staff, phone services, Internet services and paid advertising services on Social Media and search engines. We provide you with an electronic adoption agreement drawn up specifically for you and your pet, and with careful follow-up for many months after your pet is adopted.

We make every effort to match you and your pet with the most suitable home, and most of our adoptions are very successful.

Ready to rehome your dog? Get started here!

What Is Your Refund Policy?

What Is Your Refund Policy?

Refunds requested within 2 business days of placing your order will be refunded in full, less a $50 administration fee.

Once the pet rehoming project for your pet has begun, we are not able to provide refunds. This is because of the great deal of expense and work that is done by our team for each pet that we rehome.

Pet Rehoming Network will work diligently for as long as it takes to find a good home for each and every pet placed with our service. The majority of pets find great homes within a 2 week to 6 week time frame. For other pets, finding the right home can take longer. There is no limit on the time we will continue to promote your pet.

Throughout the time during which a pet is being rehomed, our staff are working constantly placing and renewing ads and social media posts, responding to email inquiries, taking and placing phone calls and more. In many cases, more than 30 hours of work go into a pet rehoming project, in addition to the ongoing costs of paid advertising, paid social media campaigns and long distance telephone calls.

Once potential adopters are located, we pay to have background checks performed, and for our staff to do referece checks to ensure that meeting with a prospective owner is safe for you and your pet. We also provide a personalized electronic Adoption Agreement for the new owners to sign, which transfers ownership of your pet, and protects your pets future welfare.

Our $179.95 rehoming services fee is very little when you consider all that we do and the expenses we incur in doing so. For these reasons, we cannot and do not offer refunds.

If you have found an adopter on your own through friends, family or co-workers, we will still provide you with careful screening and our solid adoption agreement. In the event that this placement does not work out (as happens with many family/friends placements), our staff will once again rehome your pet at no additional cost to you.

If you feel that you should be entitled to a refund, despite the great deal of work our team has done on your pets behalf, please do not use our service. Rehoming services fees are for the work and expense involved in finding your pet a good home – not the end result. You have our guarantee that we will put our very best efforts into helping you for as long as it takes to find your pet that perfect forever home.

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What Are Adoption Processing Fees?

When your pet is placed with their new owner, Pet Rehoming Network charges the new owner an adoption/rehoming fee. This amount allows our staff to provide a full year of follow-up services for you and your pet, and to rehome them again if, for any reason, the adoption does not work out.

Our staff will remain in contact with your pet’s new owner for up to a year after the adoption is finalized to ensure that all is going well, that your pet is being well taken care of, and that your pet is still with the owners. This follow up is very important to us, and, of course, to the owners who entrust their pets’ welfare to our organization.

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What is Your Rehoming Guarantee?

In the event that the new owners are unable to fulfill their commitment to your pet, Pet Rehoming Network will renew our efforts and look for another suitable home at no cost to the new owners or to you. The rehoming/adoption fees are used for this purpose, and also to allow us to be able to provide services for pet owners in dire financial circumstances.

Can I Rehome 2 DogsTogether?

You can most definitely rehome 2 pets together! We have facilitated many bonded pet placements.

However, before you decide that your pets need to be rehomed as a set, make sure this is absolutely necessary, and that your pets would suffer emotional stress being separated. Placing bonded pet together generally is more difficult and takes longer. Very often pets thrive on their own in their new homes, provided the new owners are the right fit, and able to provide the environment, care and companionship your pet needs.

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My Dog Needs To Find A New Home In The Next Few Days, Can You Help?

Generally, rehoming a dog takes time and effort. If you know you are going to need to find a good home for your dog, the more notice you can give us, the better.

We have been able to find homes for some dogs within a few days, but much of this depends on your dog’s characteristics – and your location. It is rare that we are able to successfully and carefully rehome a pet within a very tight deadline.

When your situation is urgent and your pet needs to be housed immediately, we will do our best to accommodate you. However finding and screening the right home for your pet is not something that should be done in haste. It is usually very difficult to locate a good home for your pet that quickly. If you know that you will be needing to rehome your pet, please provide as much lead time as possible. Don’t wait until 2 weeks before your deadline, hoping that a friend, co-worker or family member will take your pet – it usually doesn’t happen.

Ready to rehome your dog? Get started here!

Where Does My Dog Stay During Rehoming?

Your dog will stay with you until a new home is found. There is nothing more stressful for a dog than to be placed in a shelter, and leaving your pet with a shelter is also incredibly upsetting for most pet owners. Dogs are very intelligent animals. They sense the fear, tension and anxiety of other animals, and they can experience a great deal of stress in a shelter environment. Not only that, they miss you terribly. Imagine what your devoted dog would go through being abandoned by you in a shelter!

Staying with you and receiving your love and attention while a new home is located is the very best scenario for dog and owner.

When you are dealing with severe allergies or other situation that make it necessary to house your pet elsewhere, it is best to seek out a friend or family member to temporarily care for your pet. Another option is to confine your pet in a separate area of your home until we can locate their forever home. If this is not possible, we can try to locate a foster family for your pet near you. We ask that you offer the foster family a $100 monthly gratuity, and provide food, supplies and vet care until your pet finds a permanent home. There is also an additional $50 fee for the extra work in locating a foster home for your pet.

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What If My Dog's Adoption Doesn’t Work Out?

We do our very best to ensure that each dog is placed with new owners who are well-suited and well aware of your pet’s pros and cons. Once in a while, an adoption does not work out.

The Adoption Processing Fee that is charged to the adoptive owner when your pet is adopted allows our staff to follow up regularly with the new owners. It also allows us to rehome your pet again, should the new owners be unable to fulfill their commitment.

There is no additional cost to you, and the new owners are expected to keep your pet safe, happy and healthy until another home is decided upon.

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I can’t afford to pay for the service. Will you still help me?

Our staff do our best to help pet owners and pets in need. If you are facing financial difficulty and need assistance rehoming a pet, we can provide basic services for a smaller fee. Please contact us and let us know your situation. We’ll be happy to speak with you and discuss options available to you.

 

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Do You Accept Donations?

Absolutely! We are often contacted by those who have found an abandoned pet, and by pet owners faced with dire financial circumstances who would otherwise have no choice but to place their pet in a shelter.

Donations to our service allow our team to provide services free of charge in these circumstances. We greatly appreciate any amount you may be able to give.

You can make a donation  here.

Is a Home Inspection Done On My Dogs'’ New Home?

Yes! The home inspection is done by the person most qualified to determine that it is a safe, happy and healthy home for your pet – you! We carefully guide our pet owners through the process of doing a home inspection when their pet is transitioned into it’s new home. We highly recommend that owners deliver their pets to the approved applicant and stay an hour or two to help their pet adjust to their new surroundings and home.

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Do You Rehome Dogs With Health or Behavior Problems?

We will do our very best to find a good home for every dog. Some dogs with health or behavior issues can present a real challenge, but we can often find these pets homes with time, creativity and patience.

It is very important that you be completely honest with us about your pet when you place your rehoming request. If your dog is not house broken, we need to know about it. If your dog is aggressive to other animals or children, we need to know about it.

If your dog has a health issue that is going to be costly for the prospective owners, we really need to know about it. In these situations, we usually suggest that you set up a veterinary fund for your pet to take care of their extra expenses for the new owners. This can make people much more willing to adopt a dog or cat with a health problem.

Many behavior issues can be helped or eliminated by placing your pet in a home where these issues will not be present. Removing the triggers can eliminate the problem. For example, a dog with severe separation anxiety can be placed in a home with people who do not work such as retirees.  

Never withhold important information about your dog. We need to know all their good qualities – and any problems – so that we can make sure they are placed in the most suitable home and have the best chance of staying there forever.

 

Ready to rehome your dog? Get started here!

Do You Rehome Senior Dogs?

Absolutely. We have rehomed many senior dogs. Many pet owners love seniors. This is particularly true when the pet owners are seniors themselves. Taking on the responsibilities of a young pet (which may live 15 years or more) is not always an option for people who are in their senior years themselves. Not only that, younger pets require a lot more exercise and care than most senior dogs.

Most rescues and shelters will not accept senior pets, and you may have been told that they are “unadoptable” by these organizations. We have proven this to be false, and will be happy to help you find a very good home for your older dog.

Do You Allow Senior Citizens to Adopt Your Dogs?

Yes, we do. If the pet’s owner is in agreement, we are happy to place their dog in a senior’s home. Often a home with a senior is the perfect setting for pets that need lots of human companionship, or a quiet home with a strong routine. As long as the senior has family that will be willing to take on the responsibility of ownership if circumstances in the seniors life should change, we are happy to facilitate these adoptions.

 

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TESTIMONIALS FOR OUR PET REHOMING SERVICES

REAL PET OWNER REVIEWS

Milo - Havanese Dog Rehomed in Raleigh NC

Your organization exceeded my expectations! 

We had to rehome our precious Havanese named Milo. I did not know where to start. So I started googling and came across the Pet Rehoming Network organization.

Deborah was great and very helpful from the start of the process. To make a long story short Milo was rehomesd less than a week from the time his pictures were posted across social media. I am convinced that Milo went a loving family.

My Pet Rehoming Team were:

Helpful
Empathetic
Efficient
Responsive
Accountable
Resourceful
Knowledgeable
Respectful
Patient
Kind

Would you recommend our service to other pet owners? YES!

I could not have done it without the help from this organization, namely Deborah.

Thank you so much!

Pattie Armstead
Email: [email protected]
Raleigh, NC

Patti Armstead

Owner, Milo - Havanese Dog Rehomed in Raleigh NC

Kaeli and Alli Rehomed in Seattle!

Debbie from Pet Rehoming Network helped us through a very trying period of our lives. Due to life circumstances, we had to rehome 2 of our family cats who are 14 years of age, after doing much research and calling local services, I was at wits end because it doesn’t seem as though there’s a way to rehome 2 older cats.

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Our cats have never been separated so having to rehome 2 cats to the same home was our top priority but we know that’s a tall order. After a couple months, we found the most perfect home within 20 miles from where we live and we couldn’t have asked for a better situation.

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This service has alleviated so much pressure, stress, and guilt but in the end it worked out as planned, it just took a little patience. We are extremely grateful and at peace with this decision and can’t wait to visit our girls in their new home.

Thanks again Debbie!!!

Sean and Huong

Owners, Kaeli + Alli - 2 Senior Cats Rehomed Together in Seattle WA

Charlie - German Shepherd Dog Rehomed in Brantford ON

Hi Debbie,

We met this evening - Charlie met their dog and their brother’s dog and they all got along famously. 

It is a wonderful match - Charlie absolutely loved them and we could all tell that she was going to be happy with Chris and his family. 

They took Charlie with them tonight - it was tough - but I know in my heart it was the right thing to do for Charlie.

I can’t thank you enough for helping me through this impossible task so quickly - you are a blessing!

Kind regards, Craig 

Craig

Owner, Charlie - German Shepherd Dog Rehomed in Brantford ON

Rusty - German Shepherd Chow Chow Mix Rehomed in Garland TX

Hello Debbie, 

Thank you for all your help in finding a family to adopt Rusty. The family that adopted Rusty will love and care for as a member of the family. Finding the right family is important because he got off a rough start. The screening process and introductions are well worth fee. 

Being assured that he will be well cared for is the most important thing. Rusty deserved a good home and family. Thanks to your efforts and patience the right home was found. Also thank you for guiding me through the process. 

Rolfe and Alison are wonderful people. I have received text messages and phone calls letting me know how Rusty adjusting. While we miss Rusty I know he is being well cared for and is making good adjustment. 

I am more than happy to recommend you to anyone who needs to find a new home for a pet. 

Thanks again for your help and efforts. 

Veronica 

P.S. Last report Rusty has glued himself to Alison and she is treating him like a little prince.  

 

Veronica

Owner, Rusty - German Shepherd Chow Chow Mix Rehomed in Garland TX

Sidney - Border Collie Mix Rehomed in Seattle WA

I am so impressed with you and your company:) This has gone so well and you kind, empathetic interaction style has greatly eased my guild and anxiety about rehoming and locating a loving, and wonderful new home for Sid. 

Shelby

Owner, Sidney - Border Collie Mix Rehomed in Seattle WA

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Rehoming Dogs Throughout the USA and Canada

Dog Rehoming Services USA and Canada

Our organization helps find good homes for preloved purebred and mixed breed dogs and puppies in all areas of the USA and Canada, including, but not limited to:

California Dog Rehoming:

Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, Irvine, San Bernardino, Riverside, Fresno, Oakland, Sacramento, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Bakersfield, Ontario, Walnut Creek, Santa Cruz, Northern, Southern, Central, Concord, Hanford, Los Angeles County, Long Beach, Santa Ana, Riverside County, Mission Viejo, Yolo, San Bernardino County, San Francisco, San Jose, San Rafael, Novato Santa Clara County, San Fernando Valley, Simi Valley, San Gabriel Valley

Rehoming Dogs in Texas

Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Waco, Austin, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Abilene, Amarillo, Western Texas, Eastern Texas, San Marcos, Dallas County, Harris County, Galveston, Brazoria, McAllen, San Antonio

New York Dog Re-homing

New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Albany, Niagara Falls, Kings County, Queens County, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island

Rehoming Dogs in Florida

Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Gainesville, Tallahassee, Pensacola, Fort Lauderdale, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Broward County, Miami Dade County, Sarasota, Bradenton, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton

Illinois Dog Rehoming Services

Chicago, Springfield, Peoria, DeKalb, Bloomington, Cook County

Pennsylvania Dog Rehoming

Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Lancaster, Allentown, Erie, Bethlehem

Rehoming Dogs in Ohio

Cleveland, Toledo, Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Canton, Akron, Youngstown, Hamilton

Michigan Dog Rehoming

Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Saginaw, Ann Arbor, Flint Michigan, Holland, Wayne County

Ontario Dog Rehoming

Toronto, Ottawa, Windsor, Kingston

New Jersey Dogs Rehomed

Newark, Trenton, Jersey City, Atlantic City, Camden, New Brunswick, Hackensack

Rehome a Dog in Georgia

Atlanta, Augusta, Savannah, Valdosta

North Carolina Dog Rehoming

Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, Winston -Salem, Greensboro, Gastonia, Rock Hill, High Point, Chapel Hill

Rehoming Dogs in Virginia

Richmond, Arlington, Norfolk, Lynchburg, Roanoke, Virginia Beach, Newport News

Massachusetts Dog Rehoming

Boston, Springfield, Worcester, Cape Cod, Lawrence, Fall River

Indiana Dogs Rehoming

Indianapolis, Evansville, Gary, Muncie, Bloomington, Richmond, Centerville

Rehoming Dogs in Quebec

Montreal, Quebec City

Washington Dog Rehoming

Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Everett, Kirkland, Bellingham, Vancouver, King County, Bremerton

Rehoming Dogs in Tennessee

Nashville, Knoxville, Memphis, Chattanooga, Clarksville, Jackson, Davidson

Missouri Dog Rehoming

St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, Jefferson City, Muskegon, Holland

Wisconsin Dog Rehoming

Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Oshkosh, Kenosha, Wisconsin, Racine

Maryland Dog Rehoming

Baltimore, Annapolis, Bethesda, Gaithersburg

Rehoming Dogs in Arizona

Flagstaff, Phoenix, Mesa, Yuma, Tucson, Maricopa County, Casa Grande

Minnesota Rehoming Dogs

Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester, Duluth

Louisiana Dog Rehoming

New Orleans, Lafayette, Baton Rouge

Rehoming Dogs in Alabama

Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Decatur

Dogs Re-Homing Colorado

Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, Fort Collins, Aurora, Greeley

Kentucky Dog Rehoming

Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green

South Carolina Dog Rehoming

Columbia, Charleston, Greenville

Oklahoma Dog Rehoming

Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Muskogee

Rehome Your Dog in Oregon

Portland, Eugene, Ashland, Klamath Falls, Salem

Rehoming Dogs in Connecticut

Hartford, Bridgeport, New Haven, Waterbury, Stamford

Iowa Dog Rehoming

Des Moines, Sioux City

Mississippi Dog Rehoming

Jackson, Gulfport

Rehoming Dogs in Kansas Topeka, Wichita, Kansas City, Dodge City

Alberta Dog Rehoming

Edmonton, Calgary

Arkansas Rehoming Dogs Puppies

Little Rock Texarkana

Rehoming Dogs in Utah

Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, Cedar City, Moab

Nevada Dog Rehoming

Reno, Las Vegas, Henderson, Carson City

New Mexico Dog Rehoming

Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Alamogordo

West Virginia Dog Rehoming

Charleston, Clarksburg

Nebraska Dog Rehoming

Omaha, Lincoln

Idaho Dog Rehoming

Boise, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls

Rehoming Dogs in Maine

Portland, Kennebunk, Augusta

New Hampshire Dog Rehoming

Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Berlin

Hawaii Dog Rehoming

Honolulu, Oahu, Maui, Hilo, Kailua

Rhode Island Dog Rehoming

Providence, Newport, Portsmouth, Warwick

British Columbia Dog Rehoming

Victoria, Vancouver, Prince George

Rehoming Dogs in Montana

Billings, Great Falls, Bozeman, Missoula, Helena

Nova Scotia Dog Rehoming

Halifax

Delaware Dog Rehoming

Wilmington, Dover, Georgetown

South Dakota Dog Rehoming

Rapid City, Pierre, Sioux Falls

Newfoundland and Labrador Dog Rehoming

St. John’s

North Dakota Dog Rehoming

Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks

Rehoming Dogs in Alaska

Fairbanks, Anchorage, Juneau

Rehoming Dogs in Manitoba

Winnipeg

Vermont Dog Rehoming

Burlington, Montpelier, Newport, Bennington

District of Columbia Dog Rehoming

Washington DC

Wyoming Dog Rehoming

Cheyenne, Jackson

New Brunswick Dog Rehoming

Fredericton

Saskatchewan Dog Rehoming

Regina

Prince Edward Island Dog Rehoming

Charlottetown

Northwest Territories Dog Rehoming

Yellowknife

Yukon Dog Rehoming

Whitehorse

Private Dog Rehoming Services