Pet Rehoming

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We offer a Pet Rehoming Service for owners looking to rehome their pets without the pet entering the shelter system.

You can provide information about your pet for potential adopters to view through our website.


We can only list animals that have been spayed or neutered for adoption. Please contact our Clinic if you need to spay or neuter your pet.

We can post your pet for 30 days on our website. Once you've found a new home for your pet, contact us to have us remove your pet listing.


Complete this form to send us information about the pet you want to list on our website to rehome from your home.

Find additional resources for common pet ownership issues below.
* The inclusion of a service, organization, or program in this listing is not an endorsement or recommendation. We are not able to guarantee the quality of these services and strongly suggest that you check them out yourself before using a specific service.
Rehome a Pet Yourself
As a responsible pet owner, you can rehome your pet and save them the stress of entering an animal shelter. You know your pet better than anyone, and with the resources on this Pet Retention page, you can find a new loving home for your pet. We encourage you to look into alternative solutions to keep your pet, if possible, before making the decision to rehome your pet.
Rehome by Adopt a and The Petco Foundation. Create a pet profile, receive applications, and screen potential adopters from your home. gives you a personalized adoption agreement that you and your adopter can sign online.
This website, founded by and the Petco Foundation, allows you to rehome your pet with peace of mind. You can create a profile for your pet, review applications of potential adopters, screen and meet adopters, and finalize the adoption with Adopt-a-Pet’s personalized adoption agreement. Your pet can go straight to a new home without experiencing the stressful shelter environment.
Home To Home - Home To Home™ is an interactive website created to help shelters and rescues. It provides a positive and proactive method to rehome pets as well as provide support to pet owners in their time of need, when keeping a pet is no longer an option.
Home-to-Home - A Good Sam Animal Rescue program. Home-to-Home helps pet owners keep pets in their homes until a loving adopter is found, reducing the stress of the rehoming experience. They offer a full range of services to support you and your pet during what is often an emotional process. 
This website helps to reduce the stress of the rehoming experience. Adopters can obtain their new companions directly from the owner, ensuring that the pet never has to see the inside of a shelter. 
A New Beginning Animal Rescue
Phone: (801) 916-3924
This organization has limited admissions. To make an appointment and to receive a copy of the Surrender Contract and Incoming Pet Profile, email
Rescue Rovers
Phone: (435) 565-4031
Dog rescue that will take owner surrenders. You must fill out an owner surrender application online. You should receive a response from the Rescue Rover team within a week. Keep in mind it can take up to a couple weeks for a foster home to be made available for your dog.
Because Animals Matter (Hurricane, UT)
Phone: (435) 773-5209
This organization has limited admissions. BAM may ask you to continue housing your pet until an adoptive home is found. This can reduce the stress of the rehoming experience.
Bulldog Club of Utah Rescue
Phone: 801-750-0587
This organization will only take English or British Bulldogs.
Herding Haven
This organization accepts herding breeds from the public on a case by case basis.
Affordable Vet Care
Need assistance paying for veterinary care? Visit the following sites:
Low-Cost Veterinary Clinics
Healing Hearts
280 4800 S, Murray, UT 84107
(801) 281-3900
Mon-fri 8am -6 pm, Sat+Sun 9am-5pm
Multiple locations in Petsmarts throughout Utah
Closest available to the Humane Society of Utah:
5748 S Redwood Rd, Taylorsville, UT 84123
VCA Reduced Cost Vaccine Clinic
2530 4700 S, Taylorsville, UT 84129  (801) 966-4700
5991 S Redwood Rd, Taylorsville, UT 84123  (801) 890-7912
1519 W 9000 S, West Jordan, UT 84088  (801) 561-8872
TUES and THURS between 12pm-4pm
Exotic Veterinary Clinics
Wasatch Exotic Animal
1892 Fort Union Blvd, Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121
(801) 943-3367
Mon, Wed, Fri 8am- 6pm; Tues, Thurs 8am- 8pm; Sat 8am-2pm, Sun- closed
Animal Crackers Vet Hospital
7540 S Redwood Rd, West Jordan, UT 84084
(801) 810-0360
Mon- Fri 8am- 5:30 pm, Sat 8am -4:30, Sun- closed
Parrish Creek Veterinary Hospital
86 N 70 W St, Centerville, UT 84014
(801) 298-2014
Mon-Fri 8am- 6pm, Sat 8am-2pm, Sun- closed
Utah Veterinary Hospital
161 E 30 N, American Fork, UT 84003
(801) 692-1563
Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 8am- 2pm, Sun- closed
Creekside Animal Hospital
12720 South Pony Express Road, Draper, UT 84020
(801) 565-1263
Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 9am- 6pm, Sun- closed
Emergency 24-hour Vet Care
Advanced Veterinary Care
1021 E 3300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84106
(801) 942-3951
308 W 7200 S, Midvale, UT 84047
(801) 871-0600
Cottonwood Animal Hospital  
6360 S Highland Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84121
(801) 278-0505
Housing Resources
Some apartments do not allow cats or dogs. View this Apartment Guide to see places that allow pets before signing a rental agreement.
The inclusion of a service, organization, or program in this listing is NOT an endorsement or recommendation. We are not able to guarantee the quality of these services and recommend that you gain additional information before using a specific service.
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Pet Allergies
Pets provide companionship and fun, but for some people, a dog or cat can also trigger sneezing, sniffles and worse. 
There is a myth that pet allergies are caused by animal hair. Click HERE to read information from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
Community Cats
Community cats (also known as feral, stray or free-roaming cats), are the most-at-risk animals in shelters throughout the U.S. Since community cats are at great risk of being killed if they enter shelters, many shelters and rescue groups ensure that they do not end up there by organizing and operating humane trap/neuter/return (TNR) programs. Trap/neuter/return is a comprehensive management plan in which healthy community cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and then returned to their outdoor communities. 
Best Friends Animal Society (Sugarhouse, UT)
Phone: (801) 432-2124
Contact for information about community cats and TNR programs
Read our Kitten Season Reminders before surrendering a litter of found kittens.
Pet Food
Do you need assistance feeding your pet? We may be able to help! Email us for information about our Pet Food Bank at
You can also contact the Utah Food Bank for assistance with pet food.
Best Friends Pet Food Pantry
2005 S 1100 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Phone: (801) 574-2445
Provides high-quality pet food to pets of low-income individuals. To obtain food from this organization, proof of low-income must be provided. Individuals may receive food for their animal once per quarter. Pets must be spayed/neutered in order to receive assistance. An official request must be made to receive food. See website for form.
Hildegards Food Pantry: Pets of the Homeless
231 East 100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Phone: (801) 328-2303
“Pets of the Homeless provides relief to homeless people and their pets in the form of food, resources, emergency care, and support.”
Legacy Initiative Dog Squad Team: Pets of the Homeless Food Pantry
American Fork, UT
Phone: (385) 212-1897
“Pets of the Homeless provides relief to homeless people and their pets in the form of food, resources, emergency care, and support.”
Street Dawg Crew of Utah
1365 Teakwood Dr.
Taylorsville, UT 84123
Phone: (801) 671-7374
This organization provides pet food, supplies, and medical care for pets of the homeless population in Salt Lake City. Every Sunday at 12:00 noon, volunteers are available at Pioneer Park to give out needed pet supplies. Additionally, they partner with local veterinary clinics to provide free vaccinations and microchips. They also try to help cover costs of spay/neuter procedures, and other emergency surgeries where possible.
Which pet food should you feed your pet? 
Domestic Abuse Resources
Red Rover Relief Safe Escape Grants - Funding through this program is primarily for boarding costs of the pet while client is in domestic violence shelter, though other boarding related costs (such as vaccinations) may be covered as well. For client safety, applications must be submitted by a domestic violence shelter representative. 
Safe Place For Pets - Website that provides names and contact info for pet friendly shelters and housing for victims attempting to escape domestic abuse.
Nuzzles and Co. Purple Paw Program - Provide veterinary care, training, and boarding for pets of domestic abuse survivors attempting to leave their abusers. Works through the domestic violence hotline. Hotline: 1-800-799-7233. Website:
Wasatch Avian Education Society - Offer resources for all type of birds., 801-424-2589 
Pet Friendly Shelters
Northern Utah
Houses service animals onsite, other pets can be housed with the local animal shelter while the client is staying at the shelter.
Hotline Number: 435-753-2500
Attempts to help clients obtain documentation for their pets to be considered a support animal or will work with local animal shelter to board pets while clients are in the shelter.
Hotline Number: 801-392-7273
Office number: 801-394-9456
Salt Lake Area/Central Utah
Has a contract with Purple Paws that can house pets; pets will not be on site.
Hotline Number: 800-647-9161
Office Number: 435-658-4739
Able to house emotional support and service animals only.
Number: 801-255-1095
Women in Jeopardy Program YWCA (SLC)
Able to house emotional support animals and service animals only.
Hotline Number: 801-537-8600
Number: 801-537-8604
Southern Utah
Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center (Cedar City)  
Have a local veterinarian that is able to work with accomodations for pets.
Hotline Number: 435-233-5732
Office Number: 435-867-9411
Colleen Quigley Women’s Center (Price)
Has a program for fostering pets of domestic abuse survivors, does not house pets on site.
Hotline Number: 435-637-6859
Office Number: 435-637-3905
Seekhaven Moab (Moab)
Occasionally can accomodate pets on a case-by-case basis.
Hotline Number: 888-421-1100
Office Number: 435-259-2229
The Center for Women and Children (Provo)
Cannot house pets on site but assists with finding temporary housing for pets.
Hotline number:  801-377-5500
Office Number: 801-227-5038
Tooele County Women’s Shelter, Pathways (Tooele)
This shelter is pet-friendly provided that they have the available space.
Hotline Number: 435-224-2710 or 800-833-5515
Office Number: 435-843-1677