Surrendering Your Pet
We encourage you to do everything you can to keep your pet. Shelters, rescues and pounds all have limited space, staff, volunteers and resources. We can help you find a good trainer or a volunteer that can share some options with you.
In order to provide the highest possible quality of life for animals at Planned Pethood, we keep most of our animals in foster homes. For this reason, we are unable to accommodate most requests involving aggressive animals and why we require the pet to be assessed by a volunteer of PPI to ascertain if the pet is suitable for a foster home. Some animals with PPI have special needs, requiring a lot of space, trainer time, medical care and caregiver resources. We can only commit to new animals if we have the ability to provide for them financially or if we have a suitable foster home. Not all foster homes are suitable for all pets.
You will be asked to provide verification if your animal is up to date on vaccines and/or is healthy in mind and body. In cases of dogs, we will require a SAFER assessment.
We cannot make good decisions if we can take your pet or where we can place it without all the information on this form. Failure to provide all information can jeopardize the speed in which we can help you.
For faster, more accurate assistance we ask that you complete the form provided HERE. When you have completed the form you can upload it at the end of this form.
Submitting this information does not imply Planned Pethood will or can take your pet. Photos should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Someone from PPI will contact you shortly if we have space for your pet.