The decision to surrender a companion is never an easy one.
We here at Panhandle Humane Society work hard to ensure every animal in our care, regardless of circumstance, is treated with kindness, love, and respect.
If, for any reason, an owner feels the need to surrender their pet, they are welcome here at Panhandle Humane Society
as space and resources allow. We are required to maintain available space for stray animals that are brought in by the police or the public. We ask that you only consider surrendering your pet to our shelter as a last resort after you have exhausted all other options. These options may include training or rehoming your pet yourself.
Here are some resources for rehoming your pet:
In order to ensure resources are ready and available when a pet arrives, Panhandle Humane Society requires a scheduled surrender appointment. Without an appointment process, we would have no control over the number
of pets that come into our care each day, and our ability to provide the best possible care for each animal would be hindered. Call (308) 635-0922.
Suggested Surrender Donation:
Scotts Bluff County Residents:
$35.00 for Dogs
$30.00 for Cats
All other Areas:
$55.00 for Dogs
$35.00 for Cats
$50 per Litter of 7 or more, otherwise $10 each
*Suggested donations will be used for vaccinations & food*
How Rehome Works
Rehoming your pet should be easy and stress free both for you and your pet. Our experts at Adopt-a-Pet.com, the largest non-profit pet adoption website, with support from The Petco Foundation, have created a simple, reliable, free program to help you place your pet from your loving home directly to another.
1. Create a Pet Profile
Get your pets posted on Adopt-a-Pet.com to be seen by millions of pet adopters.
2. Review Applications
The dedicated team at Rehome will give you all the help you need to select the best potential adopters.
3. Meet Adopters
The Rehome team will guide you through the process of setting safe and pressure-free meetings with applicants.
4. Finalize Adoption
Rehome will provide you with an adoption contract to protect the transfer of your pet ownership.
You may need to enter the code for PHS, which is 78666.