Surrender a Pet

Options for Surrendering a Pet

Considering rehoming a pet is a difficult decision to make. We at Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League may be able to help you keep your pet at home or there may be alternative rehoming options available to you. Please consider the following resources before surrendering your pet.





Resources Offered by Peggy Adams  



Resources Offered Externally

Surrendering an Animal to Peggy Adams

We understand that it is sometimes necessary to surrender a pet due to personal reasons. Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League accepts dogs and cats from Palm Beach County by appointment only. We are not able to care for exotic pets, livestock, reptiles or wild animals. We are a limited admissions shelter that can only accept as many animals as we can humanely house and care for. 

In order to find loving homes for the pets in our care, the first step having a conversation about your pet's personality, health and temperament. 

 While we do our best to place every animal that comes in to our care, we cannot guarantee placement for any animal. While it is always a last resort, we will humanely euthanize an animal if deemed medically or behaviorally necessary.

Appointment Process
  • Complete the form at the bottom of this page.
  • Our team will contact you to schedule an appointment. 
  • After all of your pet's information has been gathered, we will discuss the options available to help you and your pet.

The League is a non-profit organization that relies on support of the public to fund our effort. We ask for a minimum suggested donation of $50 at the time of your appointment to go towards your pet's care.


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