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How Do I Give Up My English Bulldog?

by Adopt a Pet, | January 8, 2024


You can give up your English Bulldog in several ways including rehoming with someone you know, by using an online service, or by surrendering him. It’s important to have a good understanding of these different methods, so you can find the best solution for your dog.

Giving Up Your Dog to a Shelter or Rescue 

Rescues and shelters are options available when you have to give up your dog. However, before you choose this route, it’s important to understand how the facility you’re considering operates. Both of these options provide the best they can for the dogs under their care and try to find people to adopt. However, it’s not guaranteed.

Rescues are no-kill organizations, but shelters can only hold dogs for a certain period before they may be euthanized. Because rescues are a popular choice, it also means that they’ll often be filled and not have room for your English Bulldog. Always take the time to learn as much about the facilities and their policies as possible.

If you find that you need to use one of these options, contact the facility to learn more about what you need to bring with you to your appointment, including the surrender fee. This fee can vary in price from one location to another, but it’s usually at least $50.

Giving Your English Bulldog to Someone You Know

A great option for giving up your dog is to give him to someone that you know and trust already. This might be someone in the family or a friend that you know wants to adopt a dog. As long as they can provide the right care and love for your dog, this could be a good choice. However, you can’t simply give your English Bulldog to just anyone you know who says they want to adopt. You need to be sure they have the means and the capability to provide him with a great home.

Rehoming Using Rehome

You may not know anyone who is looking to adopt a dog right now, but you still have some great choices available. Online pet adoption organizations can work well, but you have to be careful about your choices. Always use a site that’s specifically for pet adoption rather than a site like Craigslist. After all, you won’t have any good way of ensuring that he’s going to a good home when you do this.

Using a site like Rehome from Adopt-a-Pet.com is a great choice, though. It’s a peer-to-peer platform that connects owners like you with people looking to adopt. You can create a profile for your dog that includes a bio, photos, and videos. The bio should be honest and clear about your dog’s needs, personality, quirks, etc. A good bio makes it easier for those looking to adopt to know whether your English Bulldog is right for them or not.

Once the applications start to arrive, you can review them and find the best new owner for your dog. It’s a fast, safe, and easy way to give up your English Bulldog.

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