Surrendering Your Pet

Surrendering Your Pet

If you have tried all the other options (vet, trainer, spay/neuter) and still want to surrender your pet, it is best to make sure it is up-to-date on all vaccines to make them more adoptable. Spaying/neutering your dog also ensures they will not fall into the hands of unscrupulous breeders or puppy mill owners.

Due to the fact that we are a foster based rescue, Marshall’s Dog Rescue cannot accept aggressive dogs, or those with bite histories. We must worry about the safety of our foster families and pets, as they are the ones who allow us to keep saving lives.

We will not judge you for surrendering your dog, as we know that there are times in life when circumstances are beyond your control, and we will make every effort to help.

To surrender your dog, please complete the Owner Surrender Form below, save it on your computer and email to us. This form allows us to better evaluate your dog’s needs and determine if we have a foster home capable of taking him/her in.

To get the process started please download the Surrender Form below.

Fill Out Surrender Form

Not Ready to Adopt? Have You Considered Fostering?

Volunteer Foster Parents provide temporary in-home care for animals that are not quite ready to find their forever homes, as well as providing palliative care for animals requiring a quiet, comfortable home for the remainder of their life.

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