Dog Rehoming Services Denver

Safe, Private Dog Rehoming Services in Denver and Area

Having to rehome a dog or puppy is a very difficult situation in which to find yourself. If you are considering rehoming your dog or puppy in the Denver area, we are thrilled that you have found us. We are a team of pet adoption professionals with decades of experience finding good homes for pre-loved dogs and puppies in Denver and the surrounding areas.

Our Denver dog rehoming team can help you find the right new owners in which to entrust the care of your cherished pet. Our step by step pet rehoming process is very effective, and most importantly, safe. Finding the right new home for your dog is a job that we take very seriously.

 

Professionally Written Adoption Story Makes Your Dog Shine!

We tell your dog’s story in a way that makes them stand out, highlighting all of the special things you love about your pet. We are also honest about any issues that potential adopters should know about. Being transparent about any health or behavior problems reduces the chance of adoption failure, making sure that each placement has the best chance of being your dog’s permanent “forever home”.

We tell your dogs story in a way that makes them stand out, highlighting all of the special things you love about your pet. We are also honest about any issues that potential adopters should know about. Being transparent about any health or behavior problems reduces the chance of adoption failure, making sure that each placement has the best chance of being your dog’s permanent “forever home”.

Prospective adopters are carefully vetted through a background and reference check BEFORE we send you their detailed application – SO IMPORTANT given the many dangers that exist in the world today. Making sure you, your family and your dog are kept safe is a top priority.


Peace of Mind Dog Rehoming Services in Denver

Are you feeling extremely distressed, and even guilty about rehoming your dog? Most dog owners go through a lot of heartache in dealing with the decision to re-home. We offer our clients a shoulder to lean on during one of life’s most difficult times.

Our patient and empathetic pet adoption counselors are here for you. We can help you think about things in a more positive way, gently guide you through the dog rehoming process, and provide you with emotional support before, during and after your dog is placed with the forever family. We replace heartache with hope, and worry with peace of mind.

 


Private and Confidential Dog Rehoming in Denver

For many dog owners faced with rehoming, confidentiality is of the utmost importance. This is very understandable, considering that rehoming a pet is often accompanied by judgement and disdain from other people. This only serves to make you feel terrible – it’s unfair, and adds unnecessary emotional stress to an already difficult situation.

When we rehome your dog, you and your family remain anonymous throughout the process. All contact goes through our adoption team. We then send pre-qualified, pre-screened applications for your consideration. You make contact with the prospective adopter – there is no dealing with phone calls, texts and emails at all hours of the day and night. You can enjoy your pet while we do the ground work, then gently transition your dog into the arms of his new owners, with our guidance throughout the process.


Frequently Asked Questions About Our Denver Dog Rehoming Services

 

Do You Rehome Pitbulls?

Absolutely! American Pit Bull Terriers are an amazing breed of dog. It is unfortunate that they have been given a bad rap. We are happy to help rehome your Pitbull, providing you understand that finding a home for these dogs can often be challenging, and can sometimes take longer.

The time frame depends largely on your dogs personality, the time of year, your dogs health, age and behavior and other factors. We cannot guarantee a home by a given date – but we do guarantee that we will work diligently towards finding your dog’s home for as long as necessary. There is no time limit for a rehoming project.

Our goal is always to find the best new home in a reasonable time frame. It is very important that your Pitbull be placed in the right new home with owners who understand the breed and can provide a safe, happy and healthy home for the lifetime of your dog. There is no “extra fee” for “hard to place” dogs. We just require that you be patient with the process.

Do You Rehome Senior Dogs?

Senior dogs hold a very special place in our hearts. We are happy to help our clients find good homes for these sweet pets. We do not charge extra to rehome senior dogs. However, we do require that our clients be patient as we work to locate the right home for their older dog.

Adopting a senior is not for everyone, so there are less potential homes out there for older dogs. We are willing to search for as long as it takes to find a good home for your senior dog. There is no time limit, and we will continue to promote your dog until the right new home is found.

There are people who are happy to adopt senior dogs – often seniors themselves. Senior dogs have special qualities that make them a great fit for people who are not keen on the idea of training, playing with and exercising a puppy or younger dog. Senior dogs make great companions for dog lovers who spend a lot of time at home and are looking for a quiet, undemanding pet to spend their time with.

Do You Rehome Dogs With Health Problems?

Yes, we are willing to do everything we can to find a good home for a dog or puppy with health problems. We do not charge extra for this service, and are willing to work for as long as it takes to find your dog with health problems a suitable new home. We do require that our clients understand that rehoming a dog with health issues is never easy and usually takes several months.

There is also a chance that we will not be successful in finding a home for your dog. We recommend that (if possible), you offer to set up a veterinary fund at the clinic of choice for the new owners, to alleviate any concerns about the costs of vet care for your dog. This is often the reason why prospective adopters shy away from rehoming dogs with illnesses, and can help your dog find a home sooner. We have found homes for a number of dogs with health problems. Ask us for details.

How Long Does Rehoming a Dog in Denver Take?

Good question! All we can say is that “It takes as long as it takes!”. There are so many factors that make it difficult to provide an answer. Some dogs find new homes in just a few days, while for other dogs, it can take a few months. Your dog’s breed, age, size, state of health, behavior and personality, appearance, and coat type are all variables that can affect the rehoming time frame. Time of year is also a factor. Summer is often a slow time for adoptions, with people either away on summer holidays or planning to be away. January can also be a slow time for adoptions, since many people have spent a lot of money on Christmas, and are not able to take on the expense of adopting. The same goes for tax time in April.

What we can tell you for certain, is that we will do everything we can to find your dog the right home, as quickly as possible. We will work for as long as it takes to find your dog the right home – no time limit.

Do You Have a Guarantee?

In order to be fair to our clients, we do have a partial refund guarantee available. If we have not been able to locate a suitable home for your dog within 90 days of the start date of the rehoming process, you are entitled to request a 50% refund of the rehoming fees. If you make this request at the 90 day mark, we will stop any attempts to find your dog a home. There is no limit to the length of time we will continue looking for your dog’s forever home, though. We will continue advertising and promotion efforts until the new home is found, providing a partial refund has not been requested.

Can I Stay In Touch With My Dog After Rehoming?

Staying in touch with your dog and the new owners is a great option. We do our best to located adopters who are empathetic and willing to keep in touch. We also do post-adoption follow up with the new owners, and will be happy to keep you informed on how things are going in your pets new home.

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How Much Does it Cost to Rehome My Dog in Denver?

I Have Seen Other Pet Rehoming Services That Charge Much More. Why Is That?

Can I Rehome Two or More Dogs Together?

My Dog Has Bitten. Can You Still Help Me Find a Good Home For Him/Her?

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