Does Kriser’s Take Dogs?
Kriser's does not take dogs, but it might be a great place to find a new best friend. Kriser's partners with rescue groups to hold adoption events throughout the year. They do not, however, take owner surrenders. If you need to rehome your dog, you'll have to find another option.
Why Are You Rehoming?
Before you surrender your dog, ask yourself why and if there is another option. Many dog owners surrender their pets over easily corrected behavioral issues or for other reasons for which there may be another solution.
If you'd like to keep your pet, discuss the situation with your vet or an animal behaviorist to see if you can come up with a plan that allows you to keep your four-legged family member.
If not, you'll have three basic options:
Surrender To A Shelter
You must do some rehome_research before dropping your dog at a shelter. Some shelters still have high euthanasia rates. Even at a shelter with a low euthanasia rate, being put down is still a possibility.
Surrender To A Rescue
Private rescues have the ability to keep a dog until they find a perfect for him. The problem is that quality rescues that take dogs from owners are often at capacity and the wait times can be quite long.
Rehome The Dog Yourself
Finding your dog a new home yourself is an excellent option—and you don't have to go it alone. Valuable resources, such as Rehome, will give you the tools and advice you need to find an excellent home for your pet.
That's good news for you—and even better news for your dog.
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.