Rehome a Dog with PAWS

Centre County PAWS aims to help as many cats and dogs as possible. We do not euthanize animals for space, so we schedule all intakes in advance and are not a "drop-off" shelter. If you have reviewed our Rehoming Your Animal page and feel that you would like to work with PAWS on rehoming a dog, you can submit this form, call, or email us.

Please bear in mind that all dogs are behaviorally evaluated before PAWS takes ownership of any dog. Stray dogs should be held in a facility approved to accept dogs running at large, checked for a permanent identification microchip by PAWS or any local veterinarian, and advertised as found before they are surrendered. Individuals with senior dogs will be asked to have basic bloodwork done on the dog before surrender to ensure the dog is in good enough health to go through the stress of rehoming. Bloodwork is not a requirement of surrender, but is requested.