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  A New Beginning Animal Rescue is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under 501(c)(3) of  the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

 

 

 

GIVING UP A PET
A New Beginning Animal Rescue accepts cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, and rabbits from the public for adoption by appointment.  We are dedicated to keeping each pet in foster care for as long as it takes to find a new home, provided the pet remains physically and behaviorally healthy.  A New Beginning Animal Rescue is currently at full foster capacity.  Appointments are offered on a first-come, first-served basis and depend on available space in volunteer foster homes. 
* If this is an emergency, please contact us at 801-671-3778.
*If you are a deploying member of the military who needs to rehome a pet, please contact Dogs On Deployment first.  This organization works with a network of volunteers who foster pets of deployed personnel until they return.  Visit www.dogsondeployment.org.
In order for us to consider taking in your pet, you will need to complete:
1.Incoming Pet Profile
2.Surrender Contract (NOTE: You must have a Valid Driver's License or other form of legal ID)
Email adoptions@anbrescue.org to make an appointment and for a copy of the Incoming Pet Profile and Surrender Contract.  The completed original documents must be presented at the time of the appointment. Please bring a valid photo ID and all veterinary records for your pet with you to your appointment.  Incomplete surrender requests cannot be processed.  We are not able to accommodate requests for immediate surrender or walk-ins at Adoption Events.
Surrender Fees:
$25 – Cat or Kitten (4 months and over); $50 for litter of 2 more Kittens (four months and younger)
$35 -  Dog or Puppy (4 months and over); $70 for litter of 2 more more puppies (four months and younger
$10 – Rabbit (Must be surrendered with their cage and supplies)
Please Note: A New Beginning Animal Rescue does not accept personal checks for surrender fees. We are a charity, and the fee helps cover our costs. Once you decide to turn over your pet, it is a final decision and we ask that you do not call for updates.
Questions to Consider
A New Beginning Animal Rescue does not euthanize due to lack of space. We ask that those seeking to find new homes for their pets to try other options before bringing the pet to a shelter, animal control facility, or ANBAR. Please Do Not Abandon Your Pet.
Before considering surrendering your pet, ask yourself the following questions:
*Is there something that might help me keep my pet?
A New Beginning Animal Rescue can recommend behavior advice and training classes; we can also recommend veterinary offices. Our goal is to see all animals in loving homes, and we are here to help you navigate the tricky situations that pet owners face every day. Please call or email for recommendations or for more information on our services, at adoptions@anbrescue.org.
*Is there someone in my life who might be interested in adopting my pet from me?
Friends, neighbors, co-workers, family members - you never know who might want to give your pet a new home, unless you ask them! A New Beginning Animal Rescue offers rehoming assistance, including the ability to place a courtesy post on our FaceBook,Twitter, and Petfinder pages.  In utilizing our re-homing services, you agree to participate with your pet at least 2 consecutive ANBAR Adoption Events.
For more information on and to join our re-homing services, please contact us at adoptions@anbrescue.org. Please note “Rehoming” on the subject line.
*Is my pet healthy and safe enough to rehome?
Pets of an advanced age, who have chronic health issues, or who have serious behavior issues are very difficult to find homes for. If your pet is seriously physically or behaviorally unhealthy, the shelter setting may not be appropriate. Please contact your vet to discuss your pet’s health before requesting an appointment for surrender. 
*If you decide to surrender your pet, you need to contact us to set up an appointment, at adoptions@anbrescue.org.  Please Do Not Abandon Your Pet.
If you find a stray animal:  
By law we recommend that you first contact the Animal Control facility in the area where the animal was found, since this will provide the animal with a better chance of being reunited with his or her family.  For more information, please see the following links:
Davis County:  www.daviscountyutah.gov/animal_services/lost_found.cfm
Weber County: www.co.weber.ut.us/animalshelter/lost_found.php
 
What animals can’t A New Beginning Animal Rescue accept?
We cannot accept any animal that has bitten within the last ten days. By law, such an animal must be taken to the local Animal Control facility. We also are not legally allowed to accept wildlife: In these cases, please contact the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources at 801-538-4700.

GIVING UP A PET

A New Beginning Animal Rescue accepts cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, and rabbits from the public for adoption by appointment.  We are dedicated to keeping each pet in foster care for as long as it takes to find a new home, provided the pet is not suffering physically and/or behaviorally.  A New Beginning Animal Rescue is currently at full foster capacity.  Appointments are offered on a first-come, first-served basis and depend on available space in volunteer foster homes. 

  • If this is an emergency, please contact us at 801-916-3924.
  • If you are a deploying member of the military who needs to rehome a pet, please contact Dogs On Deployment first.  This organization works with a network of volunteers who foster pets of deployed personnel until they return.  Visit www.dogsondeployment.org.

In order for us to consider taking in your pet, you will need to complete:

  1. Surrender Contract (NOTE: You must have a Valid Driver's License or other form of legal ID)
  2. Incoming Pet Profile form

To make an appointment and for a copy of the Surrender Contract and Incoming Pet Profile, email adoptions@anbrescue.org.

  • The completed original documents must be presented at the time of the appointment.
  • Please bring a valid photo ID and all veterinary records for your pet with you to your appointment.  
  • Incomplete surrender requests cannot be processed.  
  • We are not able to accommodate requests for immediate surrender or walk-ins at Adoption Events.

Surrender Fees:

  • $25 – Cat or Kitten (4 months and over); $50 for litter of 2 more Kittens (four months and younger)
  • $35 -  Dog or Puppy (4 months and over); $70 for litter of 2 more more puppies (four months and younger
  • $10 – Rabbit (Must be surrendered with their cage and supplies)

Please Note: A New Beginning Animal Rescue does not accept personal checks for surrender fees. We are a charity, and the fee helps cover our costs. Once you decide to turn over your pet, it is a final decision and we ask that you do not call for updates.

Questions to Consider

A New Beginning Animal Rescue does not euthanize due to lack of space. We ask that those seeking to find new homes for their pets to try other options before bringing the pet to a shelter, animal control facility, or ANBAR. Please Do Not Abandon Your Pet.

Before considering surrendering your pet, ask yourself the following questions:

Is there something that might help me keep my pet?

  • A New Beginning Animal Rescue can recommend behavior advice and training classes; we can also recommend veterinary offices. Our goal is to see all animals in loving homes, and we are here to help you navigate the tricky situations that pet owners face every day. For more information on our services, please contact us.

Is there someone in my life who might be interested in adopting my pet from me?

  • Friends, neighbors, co-workers, family members - you never know who might want to give your pet a new home, unless you ask them!

Is my pet healthy and safe enough to rehome?

  • Pets of an advanced age, who have chronic health issues, or who have serious behavior issues are very difficult to find homes for. If your pet is seriously physically or behaviorally unhealthy, the shelter setting may not be appropriate. Please contact your vet to discuss your pet’s health before requesting an appointment for surrender. 

If you decide to surrender your pet, you need to complete our Contact Us page to set up an appointment Please select Giving Up Your Pet under choice. 

Please Do Not Abandon Your Pet.