Does Bentley’s Pet Stuff Take Dogs?
Bentley's Pet Stuff is committed to helping homeless dogs in various ways, but they do not take dogs being surrendered by their owners.
Where To Surrender A Dog
Surrendering your dog should be a last resort. Before doing so, talk to an animal trainer, consider doggy daycare, or look a little harder for pet-friendly housing—whatever the problem causing you to consider rehoming your pet is, it can usually be solved with a little help or creative thinking.
If you decide you can't keep your pet, you'll have a few options:
Surrender To A Shelter
Before you take your pet to a local shelter, be sure to do some rehome_research. Why? Many still have high euthanasia rates, so it's important that you understand where you're sending your dog.
Find A Rescue That Will Take Him
Reputable rescues are often short on space, and it can be a challenge to find one who will agree to take your dog. If you do, it may take some time for a spot to open up, but it will be worth it in order to give your dog a safe harbor.
Rehome Your Dog Yourself
This is the best option, as you remain in control of where your dog goes. It can take some time, but it's the right thing to do for your pet—and you'll have peace of mind that you found him an excellent home, so it's a win-win situation.
The Rehome website is an excellent resource for pet owners. You'll be able to create a profile of your dog, accept applications from interested adopters, and find expert advice to help the rehoming process go smoothly.
How Can We Help?
Rehome by Adopt-a-Pet.com is the safe, reliable, and free way to find a loving new home for a pet. Our dedicated team of experts is here to support you with resources to help you keep your pet when you can and find the perfect new home for your pet when you can’t. Learn more.