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Giving up your dog

I know giving up your dog is one of the hardest decisions you will ever have to make. By trusting me with their care you’ll have peace of mind that my experienced staff will take care of them until the right home is found.

 What happens once I've decided to give up my dog for re-homing? 

Once I  decide to take your dog on I will ask you to complete the online application to find out everything I need to know about the dog to help me find a suitable home. All my dogs stay in family homes and not kennels. They get plenty of exercise and playtime's, this is a good time to get to know them personally and this then gives me a picture of what type of home would best suit your dog. 

Re-homing terms & Conditions

1. Please note once a dog is signed over to me Leicestershire Dogs I become the legal owner. 2. After signing over your dog to me if you decide you want it back I can decline doing so but have been known to as a good will gesture. 3. If I  decide to give you the dog/s back you will/may be charged £20 a day boarding fee.. 4. If I can’t re-home a dog I have the right to try advertise/re-home it as a no charge adoption. 5. A one off fee of £40.00 will be charged to re-home  a family dog,  please check price guide to learn more. 6. Any dog/s that may be hard to re-home or has nipped a child I will more than likely to decline taking it on. 7. Any dogs showing signs of aggression may be automatically be rejected depending on circumstances 8. If your dog has not been vaccinated, I would appreciate information of its previous vets and may charge a fee of £40.00.

9. If your dog is not micro-chipped and you lost the records don't worry I can scan it from my end. 10. If you dog/s are in need of veterinary treatment I have the right to decline taking it on depending how serious it is. 11. If you dog is not house trained I would like to be told. 12. Leicestershire Dogs has the right to return a dog if false information was given about the animal. 13. Leicester Dogs will not refund any donations that were donated by a client's own will. 14. Leicestershire Dogs will only search for dogs for genuine clients after having paid a donation towards my work. 15. It is common practice to complete the re-homing application in the re-homing process. 16. I do not take on any dog/s believed to have been used for dog fighting or come from a puppy farm. 17 Leicestershire Dogd is a non-destruct organization therefore no animals will ever be destroyed by me18. Leicestershire Dogs will not take on animals with any missing limbs or severe disabilities. 19. To help me in re-homing your dog/s I may suggest you drop it off to its foster home if need be. 20. I m a 100% free re-homing service but I will/may charge for transport and fuel costs. 21. If I am scheduled to pick up a dog and on arrival the dog is gone costs will accrue. 

 

Price/re-homing fee guide

Please note this is just a rough estimate price guide we may choose to decline your dog and have the right to do so subject to terms and conditions. In some cases we may lift the re-homing as a good will gesture if you bring the dog to me and not in a position to pay a fee/donation.

 

Dog re-homing fee as standard. small to large dog with good nature, good with kids, other dogs, house trained etc. £40

Dogs 5-7 years old. Small to large dog with good nature, good with kids, other dogs, house trained etc. £60-£80

Dogs 7-8 years old. Small to medium dog with good nature, good with kids, other dogs, house trained etc. £80-£100/Decline

Dogs 8-10 years old. Small to medium dog with good nature, good with kids, other dogs, house trained etc. £100-£150/Decline

Dogs not chipped or vaccinated. Small to large dogs with good nature, good with kids/other dogs house trained etc. £100

Dogs with no paperwork. Small to large dogs with good nature, good with kids/ other dogs, house trained etc. £80-100

Dogs not castrated Small dogs £00-£40 Medium size £00-£40 Large dog £40-£60

Dogs not spayed Small dogs £00-£40 Medium size £00-£60 Large dog £40-£60

Dogs with aggressive  issues. Small dogs £60-£150/decline Medium size £80-£150/decline Large dogs £100-£150/decline

Dogs with Major issues Small dogs £80-£150/decline Medium size £100-£150/decline Large dogs £100-150/decline

Emergency situations Any size £100-£150

Dogs needing medical attention Any size £150-£200 any size/decline

Pedigree dogs with pedigree papers 0-£40

What some of my clients say

I wanted to find a home for my Retriever Sammy. I heard about Leics Dogs and decided to give them a call. They gave me peace of mind and were very professional and supportive. They collected Sammy and within a week they found him a really good home with a new family. Sarah from Devon 

I had a 18 month old Yorkie from six weeks old. I decided to relocate to start a new job in Devon, I couldn't take him with me and sadly I decided to find him a new home. I didn't want him to go to just anyone. I wanted what was best for him as he meant the world to me. A friend told me about so I gave them a call. They were very professional and helpful. So I signed over Murphy to them and within a week I received a call just before I was due to leave saying he had been re-homed. I couldn't believe it and was over the moon. Great work guys. Steve, Poole, Dorset

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Online re-homing

We cant say yes to every dog but we like to help in any which way we can, please complete the short form below the main form on the right if you would like us to try and find your dog a forever home from home.

Dogs being re-homed from home

Please note this form is only for dogs that are being re-homed from their family home.

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Our service is 100% FREE! but We are a small charity with no outside funding therefore any donation will be very appreciated to go back to help us in our work and will go towards transport, foster fees, food, vet fees etc.. Thank you on behalf of our four legged pals. PLEASE NOTE: We charge a one off fee of £40 for online re-homing / to take on hard to re-home dogs or dogs with issues.

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Please note a donation/fee of £40 will be charged to carry out the re-homing work which will cover admin work. Which will include going on our website and more.

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