What Is a Rehoming Fee?

Answer

A rehoming or adoption fee is generally charged by a shelter or adoption agency. This nominal fee is used to offset the cost of care of the animal, necessary shots, and spaying and neutering costs.
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This is a popular way of getting around a ban on selling animals on Craig's List.
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I've always been anti-rehoming fees. Take the time and research (read: VISIT IN PERSON) the place where the pet is going. People should stop using money (i.e. "rehoming fee"
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On sites like Craigslist you are prohibited from selling household pets such as: puppies, kittens, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians but you are allowed to charge a "rehoming
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We do take in owner surrender pets when we have the space. There is a surrender fee per animal and we ask that all vet records accompany the animal. We will also ALWAYS gladly post
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1 Additional Answer
A rehoming fee is a fee a new pet owner is charged when adopting a new pet. The term 'rehoming fee' is relatively new. It is a way to make money for people with pets they are giving up.
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