Shelter & Rescue Rehome Overview & FAQ

We've received some great questions from shelters and rescues about how Rehome works! 

Click here to read the Rehome FAQ for shelters & rescues


Below is a brief overview...

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Rehome is an online self-rehoming service for individual dog and cat owners in the U.S. and Canada. Pet owners can go directly to to get started, or can get started from a referral link. 
Getting Started: Each pet owner adds their own pet for adoption to Rehome. To create their pet's profile, each pet owner creates a Rehome owner account using their email, phone, and their pet's information. They answer physical and behavior questions about their pet, and add pet photo to create their pet's online profile.
The pet profile is published on our website, where the pet can be seen by local adopters. Potential adopters can use Rehome's built-in adoption application to apply for and potentially meet and adopt the pet. Rehome provides tips and advice to guide the adopter and owner safely through speaking on the phone, meeting in person, and both parties agree, adopting the pet. 
Rehome allows shelters and rescues to refer pet owners to Rehome using a unique referral link. Owners either pay Rehome a small listing fee per pet, or shelters/rescues can provide owners in financial need with a fee-waiving code.
Listing their pet on Rehome protects an owner's privacy, and removes the shelter/rescues from any liability, responsibility, or effort outside of providing owners with the initial referral. The referring organization is invisible to the adopter and owner after the initial sign up process. 
Learn more about the Rehome service in our Shelter/Rescue Rehome FAQs here.


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