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Rehome Your Pet

Rehoming Your Pet

We understand that parting ways with a beloved pet can be an emotionally challenging experience. Whether it’s due to changes in circumstances, unforeseen challenges, or any other reason, the decision to rehome a pet is never easy. Our goal is to support both you and your furry friend through this transition, ensuring that every animal receives the care and love they deserve.

If you’ve found yourself in a situation where you can no longer care for your pet, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here to offer understanding and assistance, without judgement. However, it’s important to note that there are times when our facilities are at capacity. We kindly ask for your understanding and respect in such situations, as we strive to accommodate every request to the best of our ability.

Once you’ve made the decision to entrust your pet to us, you can rest assured that we will provide them with the utmost care and attention. Our dedicated team will work tirelessly to find them a loving new home where they can thrive.

We accept a variety of pets, including dogs, cats, rodents, ferrets, rabbits, and birds. Regardless of the species, we are committed to ensuring a smooth transition for both you and your pet.

During the rehoming process, we understand that emotions may run high. That’s why we take care to gather all necessary information beforehand and ensure that paperwork is in order, making the handover as seamless as possible. We also welcome previous owners to stay in touch with us for updates on their former companions.

To learn more about what to expect when rehoming your pet, please click here.

Thank you for considering us as a resource during this challenging time. We’re here to support you every step of the way.

In addition to domestic pets, we want to address the unique challenges of rehoming wild or exotic animals.

While we strive to assist in any way we can, it’s important to note that our capacity to care for these animals is limited. We kindly request that wild animals or exotics be brought to us only as a last resort when there are no other viable options available.

For injured wildlife, we recommend seeking assistance from a veterinarian or contacting RSPCA West Hatch in Somerset, who are equipped with the specialised resources needed to care for wild animals. They have the expertise and facilities to provide the best possible care and rehabilitation for these creatures.

Similarly, exotic animals may require specialised care that we may not be equipped to provide. In such cases, we advise considering taking them to a reputable exotic pet shop with experience in caring for these unique species. These establishments have the knowledge and resources necessary to ensure the well-being of exotic animals and can provide them with the specialised care they require.

Our priority is always the welfare of the animals entrusted to us, and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation in ensuring that each creature receives the appropriate care and support they need during this transition.