Rehoming Pet Listings
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The pets listed below are being rehomed privately by members of our community through this courtesy listing on our website. Rehoming reduces the stress for a pet by preventing them from entering an animal shelter and allowing them to remain in their home until they find a new one. Read more about How to Rehome Your Pet HERE.
These animals are not housed at the Utah Humane Society, and all arrangements to meet with these animals and adopt them must be made with the pet's guardian directly.
Please note that the Utah Humane Society accepts no responsibility for the pets posted to this page. Potential adopters are responsible for communicating with the pet’s guardian to acquire veterinary records and other necessary information and supplies. By using this courtesy service, you agree that the Utah Humane Society is released from any and all legal and financial liability arising from potential behavioral or medical issues with the listed animal.
The Utah Humane Society makes no guarantees on and takes no responsibility for the temperament, health, or suitability of the companion animals adopted through the Private Pet Rehoming Service.
This free service is a component of the Utah Humane Society's Private Pet Rehoming Service. If you need to find a home for a pet you can no longer care for, please submit his or her profile or visit our Admissions Department for a consultation or additional information about surrendering your pet.
Click HERE to view adoptable animals available from the Utah Humane Society.
Terrier/Daschund Mix. Black with white throat, chest and belly. Some white on feet.