There is a lifesaving program that can help keep pets out of shelters by helping them find new homes.
Veterinarians can help keep pets out of shelters
We know that people view their veterinarians as experts on every aspect of pet guardianship. Not just their health.
Veterinarians are a trusted source of reliable information and guidance. Everything from how to welcome home a newly adopted dog or cat to what to do when life circumstances change. And even when a loving guardian needs to find a new home for their pet.
So it may come as no surprise that 26% of the thousands of pet parents who are using Rehome by Adopt-a-Pet.com to find a new home for their pets say they speak with their veterinarian first.
Rehome vs relinquish
Rehome is a groundbreaking and innovative shelter intervention program that allows pet guardians who can no longer keep their dogs and cats to use Adopt-a-Pet.com.
It is the world’s largest non-profit search engine that helps adoptable pets find a new home with one of the millions of pet seekers who are searching the site each month.
Using Rehome, pet parents create robust profiles for their pets including photos, rich bios, and even veterinary records that can then be shared with their new adopters. Even better, these serve as a client retention tool for veterinary practices. Most new adopters aim to continue their pet’s existing excellent medical care.
Using Rehome makes it possible for people to adopt out their pets privately and safely. And it allows shelters to help those animals who are in greatest need in their communities.
To learn more, please visit Rehome for more information.
Ready to help keep pets out of shelters? Download a Rehome badge and link to Rehome with this URL: https://pfp.care/aap-rehome-dvm.