Unfortunately, we cannot accept aggressive dogs, dogs with severe fear aggression, or dogs with a bite history into our rescue as an owner surrender.
Our primary goal is to save dogs who have been rejected or abandoned by their owners, and who are in shelters where their future is uncertain due to overcrowding. However, in cases where dogs can no longer be cared for by their owners due to a death in the family or severe financial hardship, we may take dogs on a case-by-case basis.
If you are considering surrendering your dog due to behavior issues or problems, we encourage you to work with your dog with a trainer or behaviorist.
Because we do not have a central kennel or boarding facility, all of our dogs are privately fostered. Depending on availablility, we may be able to help keep your dog out of the shelters and in a private foster home. If a dog has not been spayed / neutered, or is not up to date on shots, we may request a donation to cover these expenses. Contact us for more information.