Here you will find some useful information about the process and also about considerations that should be made before rehoming a rescue dog from Dun-Roamin' Dog Rehoming.
Dogs are taken from 'DEATHROW' and rehomed via our work. Details of the dogs that we have in our care are listed on the Our Dogs page within this site. If you are interested in one of our dogs, read through the steps below to see how we proceed for adoption and rehoming of a rescue dog.
Food, toys, bedding are all great,
but £££'s really makes a difference.
As a registered charity No.1152712 Dun-Roamin' Dog Rehoming wouldn't survive without the generosity of others. Transport, veterinary bills, food and the specialist care we give every day of the year all cost money. If you can spare a few pounds by donating funds to our cause, both ourselves and the
dogs we rehabilitate would be very grateful.
THANK YOU / Ian and The Team
Of course, In addition we are always on hand to offer, free, impartial advice on anything that we are involved in. Whether you are a seasoned pet owner, a novice or are simply after some advice, may we point you in the direction of the PDSA's website where there is very useful guidance on all kinds of pet related issues including, dental care, neutering, fleas, ticks, worms, fireworks etc. Please just click here to be redirected.
Taking on 'UNWANTEDS'
(A non-stray dog being offered for re-home)
For a £25 minimum donation to our cause we will also, gladly list YOUR DOG for rehoming on our website and social networking pages (directing interest to you) or for a £95.00 GBP minimum donation we will rehome your dog for you. Depending on kennel space at the time, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to take the dog into our care immediately if at all. Terms and conditions apply, please enquire for further details.
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When taking on the project and responsibility of having a rescue dog you should ask yourself some questions regarding what you expect and what ideally you believe you can manage. Here's a diagram created by our founder to help you give a number from 1 to 10 and to help us find the most suitable dog for you. click here
A successful home check will then at some point depending on the individual situation, lead to the dog being placed with you in your home. This will be initially on a 3 month trial period. The dog will come to you vaccinated, kennel cough inoculated and micro-chipped and at this point we will require payment in full of the £95.00 GBP minimum donation. You will be taken through the paperwork and when we feel comfortable to do so… we will then leave you alone with your new dog(s) to begin your new adventure together.
At the end of the 3 months, dogs that left our care NEUTERED will require an additional payment of £55 due (totaling £150). Dogs that left our care UN-NEUTERED will require an additional payment of £35 due (totaling £120).
During the 3 month trial period, you can call on us as many times as you need to for any settling-in issues, advice etc. We will do our best to help you resolve them. You can also return the dog to us if you feel that this is completely necessary but please note that there are no refunds following a return.
At the end of this period, a senior member of our team will visit you to ensure that everything is as it should be and that ALL of our conditions and recommendations of adoption have been adhered to (including neutering) before signing the dog over into your care permanently. Then a companion for life!
PLEASE NOTE: Only when our terms & conditions have been satisfied will a dog ever be permanently signed over into your care. This is to protect the long term welfare of the animal.
Once you have been to see a dog that we have in our care (viewings currently by appointment only) and chatted through your situation with one of our team, unless the dogs unsuitability for your situation or visa versa is flagged at the time, then we will ask that you fill in an enquiry form. This will then reserve that dog pending further checks. We will advise you at that time whether or not we feel further visits are necessary (this can be for multiple reasons).
A completed enquiry form will then action a home check by one of our staff which will be arranged with you. We would strongly recommend that you read/print off and absorb the information contained in the handouts that you will have received a copy of by the point of re-home, this will massively increase the chances of the dog being a successful addition to your household. It will put you in the mind of the dog and what you can likely expect in the coming weeks and months.
The DR Philosophy
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Other useful information
When you have a rescue dog from Dun-Roamin' Dog Rehoming we will supply you with some other helpful
• An Introduction to taking on a stray dog
• Separation Issues
• Multi-dog households
• Stress levels
• The Importance of Neutering
Dun-Roamin' Dog Rehoming – a rehoming kennels based in Staffordshire, England.
Registered charity No.1152712
Rehoming / Stray Dog Collection & Animal Services / Specialist Dog Consultancy.
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