Surrendering an Animal
Recently we took part in a puppy mill seizure and acquired ownership of almost 80 dogs in need of medical care, rehabilitation, and homes. As a result of this and a heavy kitten season, we are now at max capacity and need to focus our resources into getting these animals vetted and adopted into forever homes.
We will reopen our surrender program and post the appropriate forms as soon as we have the capacity to do so.
If the need to surrender your animal is urgent, you may surrender them to your city’s animal control.
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:
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to transform the lives of these puppy mill survivors.