Giving Up Your Dog

If you need to find a new home for your dog, please complete an online Surrender Questionnaire.

A volunteer will call you in 24 hours or less. We will talk to you in detail about the dog, its behavior, and your reasons for surrendering the dog.

If we think we can find a new home for your dog, we will make an appointment to meet and evaluate the dog. We are located in the State of Colorado and you will be asked to bring your dog to an area for us to meet the dog for evaluation. At this time we will decide
whether or not we will accept your dog.

We require medical records and history before a dog is accepted into the organization. You will be required to sign a Pet Surrender/Release form and provide us with all medical records
of the dog. You will also have to sign a statement to the fact that the dog has not bitten anyone.

If your dog has bitten or is aggressive towards other dogs or people we may not take your dog. An aggressive dog will need counseling and training and that will be your responsibility to cover all fees involved in retraining not to be aggressive. Please do not pass an aggressive dog onto someone else. It is your responsibility to retrain the dog.

Any dog rescued by us will be well taken care of and a forever home will be found. All dogs are taken to the vet for a checkup, updated with shots, heartworm tested, spayed/neutered. We require a minimum $50.00 surrender donation fee to help offsite the medical needs of the dog that you are surrendering to us.


Surrender Questionaire