Adoption: Rehoming

 


 

Rehoming - why rehome?

When we first adopt a puppy, we start out with good intentions, excitement and high hopes ... and we quickly fall in love with our dog! But our lives are in constant change and sometimes we come to the hard conclusion that our home is no longer the best place for our dog. Many things can influence this decision such as relocation, job change, health crisis, family breakups, allergies, conflicts with other pets, etc. Having to rehome a pet is a very sad and difficult situation - so we work with our clients to help them through the process of finding a new home for their pet.
 
Rehoming also happens at our kennel. If an adolescent or adult dog does not pass our strict breeding criteria, they will be rehomed into a pet home. When our Moms and Dads are ready to retire from our breeding program, we will only place them into forever pet homes where they can live out the rest of their lives as kings and queens. Our Moms & Dads are not just our business, they are a special part of our family, and we work hard to find them awesome homes! Our retired Moms & Dads live all over BC - from Cultus Lake to right here in the Cariboo.
 
If you would like more information about rehoming or have general questions about our dogs, email us.
 
If you would formally like to be considered for adoption of one of our dogs, please complete our "Adult Dog Adoption Questionnaire" (at the bottom of this page). We'll get back to you asap!
 
 
 
SORRY, WE DO NOT HAVE ANY DOGS NEEDING REHOMING RIGHT NOW. THANKS SO MUCH!
 

WILD ROSE KENNELS LABRADOODLES - Adult Dog Adoption Questionnaire

This is my form. Please fill it out.

Todays Date*

Your Name(s)*

Mailing Address*

City*

Province*

Postal Code*

Residence Phone(s)*

Cell Phone(s)*

Business Phone

Email Address*

1. How did you hear about Wild Rose Kennels Labradoodles?*

2. Why do you want to adopt an adult dog?*

3. Have you ever owned a dog before? If yes, when and what breeds?*

4. Have any of your pets died? If yes, when and what were the circumstances?*

5. Have you ever taken a pet to the pound or SPCA? If yes, when and why?*

6. Where do you live?*

7. Occupation of adult(s) in home:*

8. Are there children in your home? If yes, how many and what ages?*

9. Describe your activity level (ie: couch potatoe / jogger):*

10. Do you presently have other pets in the home? If yes, please describe:*

11. Where will your dog be during the day?*

12. Where will your dog be during the night?*

13. Do you have a fenced yard with outdoor shelter/pen from rain and sun etc.*

14. Do you agree to NEVER leave your dog tied up?*

15. Are you prepared to take care of this dog into their senior years? *

16. Do you commit to providing this dog with a forever home and never surrender it to an SPCA?*

17. What dog are you interested in adopting?*

18. Do you have any questions or comments?

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"Dogs have given us their absolute best.

 

We are the center of their universe.

 

We are the focus of their love and faith and trust.

 

They serve us in return for scraps.

 

It is without a doubt the best deal man has ever made."

 

Roger Caras