Thinking of Rehoming your Dog?
At Forever Hounds Trust, we recognise that making the difficult decision to rehome your dog is never the easy option. We understand that life changes and that sometimes you can be forced to make this decision for a host of reasons. We do not judge anyone who is looking to rehome their dog, as we know this is often the bravest and kindest act for the dog.
If you are considering giving up your dog, we know you will be concerned about where your dog will be placed and what will happen to them. We are committed to supporting you throughout the process and will be honest about how we work and keep you fully informed, if that is your wish.
Dogs with behaviour issues
If your dog has a behaviour issue that is making them difficult to live with, we recommend that you speak to an appropriately qualified behaviourist before contacting us. You can find details of qualified behaviourists via:
What if your dog has bitten or is aggressive?
Unfortunately, we cannot take in dogs who have bitten people or other animals, due to the large number of requests we receive asking for our help. If your dog has bitten and/or is showing aggression, please contact an appropriately qualified behaviourist, via the links above.
How to proceed with your rehoming request
If you would like us to consider taking your dog for rehoming, please follow the link below to complete our request for rehoming form.
Please note: Due to the high volume of rehoming requests we receive, we cannot respond to each request individually. If you do not hear back from us within 5 working days of submitting your form, it has not been possible for us to take your dog.