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Keep Your Pet

Although our service can help you find a new home for your pet, we'd much rather help you two stay together. We know that having a pet isn't always easy, but did you know that there are many resources out there that can help? We've collected some of them below.

If you need help paying for vet bills, RedRover.org has a comprehensive directory of national and state-specific financial aid resources.

Here's some advice about getting help with vet bills and how to cope with unexpected veterinary costs.

If you keep your pet, you may want to acquire veterinary insurance. Here’s why.

The ASPCA can help you locate low-cost spay/neuter providers in your area.

Are you a renter? Here's what to know before you sign a lease and how to find pet-friendly rentals.

But if you've exhausted all resources and your dog isn't improving (or is under a lot of stress), it's important to remember that pets are individuals, and your home might not be the best fit for them. Rehoming a dog is one of the most challenging decisions you can make as a pet parent, but sometimes, it's the kindest, most responsible thing you can do for them.

If you're considering finding a new family for your dog, check out Rehome. It's Adopt a Pet's simple, reliable program that lets adopters safely adopt a pet directly from their current pet parent or caretaker. So pets can find new loving homes without entering a shelter.