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Dog gifted form

By 27th October 2022Uncategorised

We appreciate it is a hard decision to bring your dog in for adoption, we are not here to judge you only to offer support and understanding.

We aim to help as many dogs as possible, however not all dogs are suitable to come into our care for adoption. Our experienced arrivals team will discuss all options available to you and your dog, and offer advice and support where possible.

Please complete this form with as much detail as possible, this allows us to understand your dogs needs when we are looking for a new forever home for them. We appreciate this form will take time to complete as there are multiple questions we need to ask, please understand this will benefit your dog in the future.

If you are looking to give more than one dog up for adoption a form must be completed for each dog.

Once we have received your form, we will contact you to discuss the process and the next steps, usually within 48 hours of receiving your form.

Gifted dog form
Is the dog microchipped?
Is the dog microchipped to you?
Is the dog vaccinated?
Is the dog up to date with flea treatments?
Is the dog wormed up to date?
Has your dog lived with other dogs?
If multiple dogs are being rehomed are they related?
Do the dogs ever play together?
Is there ever any aggressive behaviour displayed between the dogs?
Is there ever any resource guarding between the dogs? i.e. beds, food, toys
Do the dogs sleep physically touching each other?
Has the dog ever lived with cats?
How does the dog behave around the cat?
Does the dog have any ongoing medical conditions?
Is the dog currently on any medication?
Does the dog have any known allergies or special diet requirements?
Are there any previous medical concerns or injuries we should be aware of?
How does your dog behave in the home enviroment?
Are there parts of your dog’s body they do not like to be touched?
Does your dog like to play with toys?
Has your dog ever bitten?
Does your dog get overexcited and scratch or bite during play?
Have fingers or toes, hands or feet ever been used as toys for your dog?
Has your dog ever been crate trained?
Has your dog ever been to a groomer?
Does your dog currently or have they previously displayed any of these behavioural problems?
Is your dog frightened of anything?
Are there any foods that your dog dislikes or is sensitive to?
Is your dog fully house trained?
Where does your dog prefer to toilet?
How would you best describe the outside environment the dog is used to?