Guide to Adopting
Our policy is to neuter, fully vaccinate and microchip all our dogs.
On your enquiry, a visit to meet the dog you are interested in will be arranged for you. You can of course just ask to meet all of our dogs.
Should you wish to proceed with the adoption a home checker will arrange to visit your home and talk through our adoption contract. The home checker will ensure that your garden is fully secure (including gates with locks) and advise on any work that may require to be done before the adoption can continue.
Once this is completed, the adoption paperwork will be drawn up and the non returnable, agreed, donation donated to Dunroamin K9 Rescue. If your dog has not already been neutered we will arrange for your new dog to be neutered on the day of adoption and arrange with our veterinary surgeon for you to collect him/her after the procedure. Where a neuter can not take place at this time (eg a young dog/ puppy) then the arrangements will be discussed with you and form part of the contract of adoption.
We will ring you the following day to talk about how the introduction to your home has been.
Please note we are here to help and support in anyway we can for the lifetime of your new pet.
Should the dog need to be returned to us for any reason, to save our costs we would ask you to deliver the dog back to the kennels at a mutually convenient time, arranged by ourselves.
If you have any questions about this guide please contact us.
THANKYOU FOR ADOPTING A DUNROAMIN K9 RESCUE DOG.