If you wish for us to relinquish your dog (re-home) then there are a few steps to take.
Firstly get in touch and find out if we have any kennel space/foster homes free. Once that is confirmed you would need to bring your dog(s) to the kennels for an assessment - if your dog passes the assessment we will agree to take them on and re-home them.
A donation will be required - the amount being dependent on whether your dog is fully vaccinated (proof required) & personal circumstances (please contact us). This donation helps us with their food and kennel bills whilst they are in our care.
To apply to adopt or foster any of our dogs please fill in the form below.
Please consider the following and include details in your enquiry email!
All information collected is strictly confidential and will not be passed to a 3rd party
All dogs from Ruff Luck Rescue come fully vaccinated, wormed, de-flead, microchipped and neutered.
A home check is required before you can adopt/foster a dog - once this is carried out and has been approved we will introduce you to the best suited dogs to your circumstances (you will be required to visit our kennels to do this).
Our adoption fees have changed to cover large increase in our routine veterinary costs ie. speying/neutering and vaccinations - £300 donation for all dogs with the exception of puppy 12 months and under this will be £350
Where are you located?House (if rented do you have landlord's consent?)
Garden - is it secure? How high are fences?
Details of all persons resident at your home.
Do you have visiting children? If so what are their ages and how often do they visit?
What are you work hours?
How long would the dog be left?
Do you or your family have any medical problems or illnesses that could possibly impact your ability to care for a dog? If so would you mind us asking for details to ensure we match the right dog for your circumstances?
Do you have other pets? Please give details
Have you owned a dog before? Please give details of breed etc
How much daily exercise could you offer a dog?
Would you be willing to attend training classes?
Would you use a crate if advised at the beginning?
Which vets would you use?
Would you insure the dog?What diet do you intend to feed?
Where would your dog be kept on a daily basis & what would the sleeping arrangements be?
If your away from home or on holiday what provisions would you make for a dog
Are you prepared to give a dog enough time to settle as rescue dogs need adjustment time?
If you felt the need to return a dog what would be the main reason you're likely to return a dog for?
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