We are a limited admissions facility and do not euthanize for space. This means we cannot accept every surrender request we receive and our intakes happen by appointment only. Our intake decisions are based on our capacity for care, the behavior of the animal, and our ability to treat any potential medical issues. Our intake appointments are generally booked 1-2 weeks out.
After you apply, we will contact you via email regarding a decision. Be sure to check your spam/junk folders in case correspondence from us goes there.
If the animal in is aggressive, in immediate danger, or cannot wait for an intake appointment, you may try reaching out to your city’s animal control to set up a surrender appointment with them.
If we can help you keep the animal in their home through medical care, supplies, or behavior support, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To responsibly rehome your pet yourself, please make sure they are spayed or neutered and vaccinated first. This will help protect them from illness, injury, backyard breeding, and will help keep our community’s pet population under control and healthy. You can find more information on our low-cost spay/neuter and vaccine clinics at:
For more help rehoming your pet, visit: