Rehoming a dog is always a difficult choice for those who's dog is part of their family. Finding the right people to take over your guardianship can be difficult. You may put his image on TradeMe, and you might have the best luck and find the best home.
People rehome a dog because:
1) incompatible with the family's lifestyle
2) the family moving overseas
3) change of circumstance for the owner
4) behavioural problems - any kind of problem, except being aggressive.
We are here to help. We will not only find a suitable home, but we will, if need be, train your dog so that he does get a good home.
Rehoming fee: from $250.00 depending on each circumstances
We will come to your home and provide an assessment of your dog. After seeing your dog, seeing him/her interact with the family, getting medical information as well as behavioural information, we will either accept to rehome, and decline the rehoming.We need your dog to fit into our lives while we look for a home.
FILL OUT THE FORM IF YOU HAVE A DOG TO REHOME
Pictures of the dogs that we rehomed successfully.
Benny was a typical Cocker Spaniel. A family in Auckland wanted him rehomed and sent him to us. We found him a home in, funnily enough, the North Island.
Bones, a black lab, came to us because his owner wasn't strong enough to walk him. He went to a family full of kids!
Atzie was rehomed at 12 years old. He was a grumpy dog that we feared we woulnd't find a home. He died an old dog of 17 years old. Atzie had a good life.
Buddha was such a great dog that he spent his day with us at Pet Expo!
A family who waited 5 years for a puppy finally got this cutey only to find that their son was allergic to dogs.
Dufer needed a new home because the earthquake made him non-wanted in his new rental. We found him the perfect family.
George came to us because he didn't like cats. The family that we found lived in Auckland, and he lives in The Georges.
Marmite found a home with a family who changed the neighbourhood for the better.
Max found his home in Dunedin one Christmas. He was needed to do the work that he was breed to do!
Sasha, a Japanese Spitz, is a beautiful dog who was just too much for the young family. We see Sasha from time to time, and she wins people's hearts.
Shiloh is an 8 year old brown labrador.She's been with a great family who moved to Spain for a great job opportunity.
Louie is a beautiful Cocker Spaniel that found a home with a nice couple who've had Cocker's for the past 3 years. They had a dog just like Louie!
Harry, a long haired Daschshund, was rehomed to a family with an 8 years old daughter. Harry was reactive to all noise, and their family just couldn't get his behaviour undercontrol due to where they lived.
Harry- be well! You got our heart strings!
A place for the next dog
A place for the next dog