According to sites like https://www.hkdogtraining.net/major-benefits-of-board-and-train-programs/, sometimes life situations arise and you are no longer able to keep your dog. If this happens to you, the best case scenario for both you and your dog is to try to rehome him or her with a family member or friend that you know will be a good caregiver for your dog. If you are unable to place your dog with a trusted family member or friend, here are some options:
• Helps pet owners find permanent or temporary homes.
• Easy to use and interactive.
• Allows for you to talk with potential adopters or fosters in detail about the pet.
If your efforts to find a new home are unsuccessful, we may be able to help you if your dog is spayed/neutered and vaccinations are up to date. The first step is to complete the Rehoming Checklist. Once you have completed the form we will contact you within a few days. The shelter can be very stressful for some dogs. Ideally, your dog would be able to stay in your home while a new home is sought or we may not have room if you wait until the last minute to ask for help.