Rehoming your pet is an alternative to bringing the pet to the shelter if you, for some reason, can no longer keep the animal in your family. It is an opportunity for you, as the owner, to choose where your pet will be  placed.

What does rehoming a pet involve?

Rehoming your pet involves the current owner to do the following:

  • photographing and/or videotaping the animal

  • writing a pet profile describing the animal’s personality traits

  • posting the profile and photos or videos on the Adopt a Pet Rehome page, Facebook or Instagram

  • providing a way for an interested owner to get in contact with you

  • screening potential owners to ensure the best placement for your animal

Pet Rehome Resources


Adopt a Pet Logo and link to rehome page


Facebook icon and link.
Must have a Facebook account to post.


Instagram logo and link
Must have an Instagram account to post

Area pet rescue organization links

Happy Trails Animal Rescue
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando
Poodle and Pooch Rescue of Florida
SPCA Florida
Additional organizations; click here


The information presented on the above linked pet rehome and shelter sites is provided for individual owners looking to rehome their animals, and stands “as is” without any warranties, expressed or implied.

Osceola County Animal Services makes no guarantees or warranties regarding the health or temperament of the animals made available for rehoming. Further, Osceola County shall not be held liable for the behavior of the animals rehomed via this website nor any damages the animal may cause.

Additional rescue and animal welfare organizations