All of our dogs are neutered (if over 6 months), vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and micro-chipped (to Hope Rescue) prior to adoption. They also receive 4 weeks free pet insurance.
We have a thorough rehoming process at Hope Rescue:
- Completion of our initial Pre-Interest Form in the Dogs for Rehoming > Hope Rescue Rehoming Procedures section
- Informal telephone chat with Rehoming Co-ordinator and Foster Home
- Home Check
- Meet the Dog (with all human and canine family members)
- Completion of our Guardianship/Rehoming Agreement in the Dogs for Rehoming > Hope Rescue Rehoming Procedures section
- Follow-up visit (if necessary)
- Follow up phone calls from our Post Homing Co-ordinator
We also have some basic rehoming criteria which are guidelines as opposed to blanket policies. Occasionally we can be flexible and this will be detailed on the individual dogs rehoming information. Please also ensure you read the read the Guardianship Form before proceeding with your application.
- We do not rehome to homes with children under 5 years unless specified on the individual dogs rehoming information
- We do not rehome to homes with existing dogs that are not neutered (unless for medical or exceptional circumstances)
- We will rehome certain dogs to full-time workers where specified in the rehoming information, however you must make arrangements for someone to visit during the day e.g. a dog sitter
- Prior to rehoming your family will be required to visit the dog in their foster home together with any other dogs you own
- We do not allow our dogs to be rehomed to working homes (e.g. hunting)
Details of our current dogs for rehoming can be found in Meet the Dogs. If you require any further information on our rehoming criteria or process then please email Kat on firstname.lastname@example.org