Here at Canadian Odd Squad Animal Rescue we use a non-judgemental approach when you unfortanately need to rehome your pet. When you are not able to give your pet the life you know they deserve, we are here to help give your animal that. Whether you surrender to our rescue to have rehomed, look at other options like doggy daycare or training to keep from rehoming or even allowing us to help in screening homes, we are here to ensure the best is done for you and your pet!
Odd Squad Rescue relies on our foster homes to foster the dogs that come to us, so they are in a family home before they are adopted out. During this time we fully vet the dog, and assess the type of home they will thrive in to ensure they go to a forever home when adopted out. This is one of the reasons it is very important to not leave out any history, or omit any facts or behaviour issues in your owner surrender application/form. We rely on our foster homes to aide in saving these dogs, but our foster homes also rely on us to keep them, their pets and their families safe during this time. They have other animals, dogs, cats, and especially children in their home.
It is vital that you include all information you know about your animal and fill out the owner surrender form in complete entirety with as much detail as possible. This allows us to place your animal in a correct setting foster home that fits their behaviour and keeps everyone comfortable and safe including the animal you are surrendering. Please be as honest and include as much detail and information as you can when surrendering your animal to us.
The Odd Squad Rescue is here to help safely rehome in any way we can, and if you are not comfortable fully surrendering your dog to our rescue, we also help in screening adoptive homes all while the animal stays in your home! For more information on this route or to surrender a dog please email Elizabeth@oddsquadrescue.com
Sometimes the hardest thing to do, is the best for your pet, if you end up needing to rehome yours, let us help!
Printable version of surrender form to be mailed in here