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If you have a Boston Terrier, French Bulldog, Pug or English Bulldog (or a mix of those breeds) that you can no longer keep for any reason, please email or call one of the volunteers listed below. We are a rescue dedicated to helping your snorty friend find the perfect home. We will discuss the issue with you and try to find the best possible solution.
SNORT will take in your dog no matter the age or health status, as long as we have an open foster home. At times, we may have a waiting period until a foster home does open. If it is an emergency, we will work with you to find a place for your baby to go.
Please, please call us before you resort to putting your dog in a shelter!
All SNORT dogs live with volunteer foster families, where they will be loved and evaluated for medical and behavioral issues before being put up for adoption. Any medical needs, including spaying/neutering, will be tended to prior to adoption. All dogs spend a minimum of two weeks in the foster home. During that time we determine what kind of home would be best for each dog - whether he/she needs a home with or without other dogs, cats, kids, etc. After the evaluation period, the dog will be listed for adoption, and the search for the perfect home begins. No SNORT dog will be confined to a kennel or cage for hours on end; he/she will live with the foster family and be a loved pet until a permanent home is found.
Our application process is not on a first come, first served basis. We look for the home that best suits the dogs' needs.
If you need to surrender a dog or have any questions about surrendering a dog please contact us:
NY, NJ, PA, DC, DE, MD:
New England (CT, RI, MA, NH, VT, ME):
Or call (347) SNORT12 or (347) 766-7812 (ALL STATES)
If you need to surrender your dog, please complete this form in its entirety. A member of our team will be in touch with you shortly.
Suggested donation fee per each dog surrendered is $100.00. Of course, any additional amount is greatly appreciated. Donations are used for vetting and care while dog is in our rescue. DONATIONS ARE NOT MANDATORY. WE WILL TAKE YOUR DOG(S) REGARDLESS OF A DONATION OR NOT.
Starred items are required (*)
PLEASE NOTE: We are only able to accept Boston Terriers, French Bulldogs, Pugs and English Bulldogs (or a mix of those breeds).
Address Street 1
Address Street 2
Best time and number to reach you
Age & DOB
Is dog spayed/neutered?
How long have you owned this dog?
Why is the dog being given up?
From the following words, pick which ones best describe your dog: Friendly, Protective, Shy, Noisy, Quiet, Active, Playful, Nervous, Smart, Affectionate, Aggressive, Obedient
Has this dog ever bitten or been aggressive with human beings?
If yes, please explain the circumstances
What is the name/address/phone number of the veterinarian who last treated and vaccinated this dog?
Is the dog current on vaccinations?
Please list dates the following vaccinations were last given: Rabies, DHLPP, Bordatella, Lyme, any others
Please list dates and results of the following tests: Heartworm, Fecal (parasites)
If these tests were positive, was treatment given?
Is the dog on heartworm preventative? If so, please list brand and date of last pill
Please list any other medications this dog is taking and what they are for
Is the dog housetrained?
Are there any behavior problems we should be made aware of? (Please specify)
Does this dog get along with other dogs?
Does this dog get along with cats?
Does this dog get along with any other animals?
Does this dog like children?
What kind of food is dog fed?
If you use both dry and canned, are they mixed together every feeding?
How much is the dog fed per feeding?
How many times is the dog fed per day?
Are there any specific feeding instructions you wish to share with the foster home or new owner?
Where does the dog sleep most of the time?
Is the dog allowed on furniture?
Is the dog crate trained?
Where does the dog stay during the day?
Where does the dog stay during the night?
How does the dog react to being left alone?
Has your dog suffered from separation anxiety in the past year?
Is this dog afraid of anything in particular? (thunder, men, brooms, etc.)
Please describe any training the dog has had or tricks it has learned
Does the dog have any health problems? Please explain
Does the dog like riding in the car?
What is the dog's favorite toy or play thing?
Is there anything else you can share that is special, unusual, or endearing about your dog that would help the foster home and new owner?
Have you contacted any other rescues about surrendering this dog? If so, which rescue(s)?
Are you human?
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