Surrendering a Non-Tailwaggers 911 Dog
Tailwaggers 911 Dog
Rescue is committed to the dogs we rescue and to those dogs who are not
a part of our program.
We realize that sometimes issues or circumstances may arise when
individuals and/or families are no longer able to keep their dog.
If you are unable to rehome your dog, Tailwaggers 911 will gladly
assist you in
finding a new home for your dog by placing a courtesy
post on our website. Tailwaggers 911 website is a great way to advertise
your dog to potential adopters. At this time, we are only
able to place previous Tailwaggers 911 dogs into our foster homes.
Please note that we will only provide a place to post a profile of your
You will be responsible for responding to inquiries regarding your dog
and the actual rehoming. Tailwaggers 911
is not responsible for your dog during this time.
In order to assist
you, please send in a detailed profile (description) about your dog
along with some pictures to accompany
his/her profile. Also, include your
contact information that will be posted for potential adopters to
contact you along with any questions they would like answered.We ask that you provide bi-weekly updated
profiles and pictures of
your dog or we will remove the
posting. If you successfully rehome your dog, please let us know so we
can remove the posting.
claims no responsibility for the individuals who contact you regarding
your posting. These individuals
are not required to go through the screening process that is usually
conducted by Tailwaggers 911. Therefore, we
recommend you carefully investigate these individuals.
Please email your
courtesy posting request with detailed profile and pictures of your
for Making Your Dog as Adoptable as Possible:
Current on vaccinations
Current on heartworm and flea/tick
Proper Dental Care
Groom or Bathe your pet
Note any training (if applicable)
Take photos in good lighting, outside
provides great lighting along with a nice environment for photos.