Foster/ Adoption Enquiry
Thank you for expressing interest in rehoming one of our dogs, if you could please complete the below form.
Here is a quick overview of the process
Once all your details have been received a member of the team will contact you, in the meantime they will be arranging for a volunteer to come out to your home and complete one of our homecheck forms. If you would like to see one of these forms before hand in order to see what is involved the form can be viewed here. This is a set of questions to determine if you are a suitable home for one of our dogs and to take compiles of identification etc. They will then send the information back to us and you will be informed if the visit has been deemed a pass, fail or requires some support (it could be some suggestions on how to make your garden more secure etc). Please note these visits are done by volunteers and sometimes take a while to organise depending on your location and volunteer availability.
Once your visit has been deemed a pass one of the team will contact you to discuss suitable dogs and then arrange a meet and greet.
Upon finding a suitable foster, we will arrange transport and the the exchange of contracts and at a mutually convenient time the dog will head off to its new loving home.
All our fosters are given first refusal of adoption, whilst in foster each dog will be advertised and we will continue to look for a permanent home.
Dogs that we deem to be very easy or have no real issues other than settling into a new home will be available for straight adoption, some dogs may be sent given a trial period prior to being adopted but this is dependent upon the individual dog and circumstances.
We do not provide the previous owners with the foster or adoptive homes contact details and we advise that fosters do not remain in contact and any updates be done through ourselves.
We request an adoption donation of £200, this helps to ensure all our dogs are vaccinated, neutered and microchipped. It also allows us to plan for any dogs that may have further medical needs.