How to rehome a pet
Decide if rehoming is for you
There are a few things we ask everyone to consider before rehoming a rescue pet. You'll find plenty of info on making sure your situation is the right one in our FAQs.
Meet the animals & register your interest
You can browse the pets available for rehoming here on our website. If you find someone you like, the next step would be to let us know you're interested by filling out a quick questionnaire.
Visit one of our centres
Our rehoming centres are found all across Scotland and can be visited between 10am-4pm every day (except Tuesdays).
Rehome your pet
We may carry out a home visit to check your home's suitability for your chosen rescue pet. If everything looks good to us, you and your new pet are free to enjoy your new life together!
Rehoming a pet FAQs
If you are considering rehoming an animal the questions and answers below may be a helpful starting point.
Angus, Fife & Tayside
Ayrshire & South West Scotland
No. 4 Holding Mainholm
Ayr KA6 5HD
Caithness & Sutherland
Dounreay by Thurso
Dunbartonshire & West Scotland
Edinburgh & Lothians
Highlands & Islands
National Wildlife Rescue Centre
Rehoming success stories
A second Chance
Poor Chance was overlooked time and time again, no matter how many times we...
A home together
Four month old puppy Poppy and kitten Coda became inseparable in our care, so...
New home for Louie
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Sapphire's previous owner was taken to court, banned from owning horses for a year...