We go through a lengthy and detailed application process to make sure we get as good a match as possible between the Guardian Family and the new pet. However, some things cannot be foreseen so yes there is a 4 week trial for both you and the new pet to make sure we have made a good match. To discourage pets from going from home to home on ‘trials’ we strongly encourage our new Guardian Family’s to take on the role that a pet is for life and under only extreme circumstances are pets returned back to our facilities. Ultimately, the pet’s best interests are taken into consideration and if a pet is no longer wanted we will gladly take it back and find a new more suitable home. If we feel the reason for you not wanting this pet is beyond your control yes you have a chance to find another pet through our organization.
To ensure the money is used properly for the care of the pet – it is distributed monthly to take care of the expenses listed in the contract when a pet is offered to you.
No, some come with a few months or years and others for a full life-time. This information is disclosed with each pet that is put up for Guardianship prior to the Guardian Family agreeing to taking the pet.
Yes, if your home and time can accommodate more than one pet we encourage people to take more, especially ones that come with a friend. Some dogs and cats come as a package of two, so as to not cause extra trauma to the pets both would go to the same home.
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Call the Veterinarian immediately and then contact us. Some animals will have money set aside for these types of emergencies including Pet Healthcare Insurance. This will vary from animal to animal based on what their previous owner planned for them.
There are both planned and unplanned visits with our Guardian Family’s to ensure proper care of the pets.
We try to do this as soon as possible so waiting time is minimal. Please call us for more details.
No, the finances are for the pet, so you are only eligible to receive the money for the care of that pet. If the pet is gone or not being taken care of as per the previous owner, the pets financial assurance is stopped.
This will be outlined before you first get the pet, and if the pet comes with Pet Healthcare and Veterinary costs covered.
NO you are not able to transfer, sell or give away the pets you are Guardian too. If you are not happy with your pet you must contact us, so that we can find a new home that will love and care for them.