If you are needing to surrender your Pomeranian, we are here to help you. We have a dedicated email address for emergencies such as these (click here). We understand how difficult this is and treat each situation with the utmost respect. Once we receive your email, we will try to contact you as soon as possible. If we can accommodate you, we will have you sign a surrender form and take ownership of your pet. Your pet, depending on the situation, will either go directly to one of our vets or an approved foster home where they will receive any care they need. Once your pet is ready for their new home, we will try to locate an adopter.
Each adopter fills out an adoption application, once that has been processed, we conduct a meet n greet and home visit. If all goes well, we will leave your pet with the prospective adopter for one to two weeks as a trial adoption. If that goes well, we will mark the adoption final! Once the adoption is final, we have the new pawrents sign a contract that stipulates that your pet must come back to us if they are unable to stay in the home. We also micro-chip your pet and keep our name listed so your pet never will never be lost in the shelter system, they will always come back to us if needed.
If you surrender you Pet, it is always confidential! We take surrenders from vets, shelters, other rescues, owners, and breeders.
Email to surrender your pom: firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Surrender Contract for Pomeranian To Southern California Pomeranian Rescue
It is understood that once a Pomeranian is surrendered to Southern California Pomeranian Rescue, the owner relinquishes all rights to said Pomeranian. The Pomeranian will be given adequate health care for any pre-existing health conditions as well as for any health problems that arise. Prior to placement the Pomeranian must be spayed/neutered and have a microchip placed. All pomeranians taken in by Southern California Pomeranian Rescue will be placed with foster parents for the duration of their re-homing process. The owner surrendering the said Pomeranian will not be allowed to re-adopt the Pomeranian and may be denied future applications at the discretion of the rescue. The owner surrendering the said Pomeranian MUST disclose all pre-existing health conditions and provide the rescue with any microchip or tattoo identification numbers, health records, rabies certificates, & kennel club registrations.
I ____________________ am surrendering all rights to my beloved Pomeranian on this ___ day of ______________, 20__. His/Her known call name is __________________________. To the best of my knowledge this Pomeranian is free of health conditions unless otherwise specified below. I certify that I have given the rescue organization all documentation regarding the purchase, care of, and registration of this Pomeranian. In addition I have disclosed any behavioral issues that my beloved pet has. I also understand that if I choose to adopt a Pomeranian from the rescue in the future, I may be required to show proof of my ability to care for the future pet.
Surrendering Party: _____________________________________________________________
Surrendering Party’s Address: _____________________________________________________
DL: _________________________ Date of Birth: _____________________________________
Primary Contact Number: (_____)_____-_____________
Registered Name: _______________________________________________________________
AKC #:____________________________ Microchip/Tattoo# : __________________________
Eyes:______________________ Distinguishing Markings: ______________________________
Weight:___________ Sex: Male / Female / Neutered / Spayed Age: _______
Behavioral Issues: ______________________________________________________________
Environmental Issues: ___________________________________________________________
When Surrendering a pom we need the following information to be emailed ahead of time to arrange a foster home. Please be honest. These things will not disqualify your pet, it just ensures that we can get someone who knows how to handle them to foster them. We will find all these things out either way.
Any Bad Habits?
Any Medical Condition?
Are they FULLY house trained?
Do they bite for any reason?
Are they crate trained?