Meeting in person

When meeting people to rehome or adopt a pet, please follow your State, local and Federal gov. guidelines and regulations, in addition to the CDC guidelines for social distancing and proper sanitation.

We encourage you to take precautions when meeting with people. Use outdoor meeting places, wear protective gear, like a mask, gloves and glasses, wash hands and follow social distancing guidelines.

Sample Rehoming Agreement

Pet Rehoming Agreement

This agreement documents the transfer of ownership of the pet named (_______________________), from the Rehoming Family (_____________________________) to the Adopting Family (_____________________________), located at this address (_____________________________). The agreement shall remain in effect for the life of the pet, or until the return of the pet to the Rehoming Family.

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Tips on Writing Your Pet’s Profile

These suggestions are merely to guide and help you come up with your own ideas to make this “Your Pets Profile” No one knows your pet better than you do. You are the best person to select the perfect, future home that you desire for them. So, take the time to make them shine.

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What to Ask When Adopting a Pet-Sample Questions

When you make that decision to adopt a pet, be a responsible adopter and use your good judgement. It is always a good idea to have a list of questions prepared to ask when going to meet the owner and pet for the first time, or in a phone conversation.  Think of questions that fit your needs and what your expectations are for this new addition to your family. Avoid impulsive decisions because the pet is so cute or happy to see you. Make sure all your questions and concerns are met before you agree to adopt and this will be a match that you and your new pet will be thankful for.

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