Surrendering a Jindo

Below Are A Few Tips To Help You Re-Home Your Jindo:

  1. Give yourself time to re-home your Jindo. It can often take weeks or even months to find a new home.
  2. Increase your Jindo’s adoptability. Make sure it’s spayed/neutered, groomed, and up-to-date on its vaccinations.
  3. Market your pet! Create an attention grabbing pet profile that you can copy/paste on multiple platforms.
  4. Tell your friends, family and co-workers. Ask them to spread the word! You never know who may be looking for a new companion.
  5. Promote your pet online. Post your pet profile on as many rehoming sites as possible. Here are just a few to get your started:
    Use caution when considering unknown individuals or families as your pet’s new owners. Hold the initial meeting in a public place and ask questions to screen potential adopters. Share your expectations for your pet’s new home and require an adoption fee to deter dishonest individuals. When you find a family that meets your and your pet’s needs, ask for identification and contact information to follow up on how your pet is doing in its new home.
  6. Check with local rescue groups. You can find most of these groups online through a web search or on Facebook.

Finding Pet Friendly Housing

Renting successfully with pets

Do you have pet allergies?

How we can help if you really do need to surrender a Jindo