Give up unwanted pets

It is very worthwhile to keep a pet, but it also has a lot of responsibility. Some owners find themselves in a situation where they need to give up their pets. There may be many reasons for this, but giving them up should be the last choice.

Animals with behavioral problems

Pets can develop painful behavioral problems. When they show offensive, destructive or inappropriate toilets, you might consider giving up on them, but there are things you can do to help them. Have the veterinarian check to rule out the root cause of the disease or injury and then consult an expert on clinical animal behavior.

Expensive veterinary treatment

Do some research before giving up on pets because of expensive medical expenses. With the availability of funds, some of our branches may be able to help those who receive benefits in low-income countries. See if you are eligible for financial assistance. Other charities can also help.

Consider pet insurance, which includes bills for future accidental veterinarians to protect their health. We recommend pet insurance as a requirement for responsible pet ownership.

Give up unwanted pets correctly

Sometimes giving up pets is the right thing to do, but it can make you and them feel painful, so you must be cautious. The best chance to find a happy home for a pet you don't want:

  • Contact the original seller to see if they are willing to bring your pet back.
  • Contact an experienced charity or rescue center to pair each pet with the correct owner.