Why not find a new home for your pet on your own?
We encourage you to try to rehome your pet on your own before contacting us, but often rescue organizations are difficult to locate, overrun with pets and unable to accept any more. PetNet has relationships with hundreds of Rescue Partners nationwide. We pay our Partners a fee to rehome your pet, which allows them to continue their work in the No-Kill movement.
What does it cost me?
Membership Plan (to age 65)-rehomes your pet when you die
$7 monthly per pet or $79 yearly per pet
Safety Net Plan (any age) rehomes your pet whenever needed, now or later
$749, payable in one payment
What is the fee used for?
We pay Rescue Partners a rehoming fee that allows them to accept animals immediately, without having to fundraise. The remainder of the fee is used to run the service to make sure your pet always has a home.
What if I pay the $749 in subscription payments under the Membership Plan? Will I have to pay any more money?
You will not owe any additional money to rehome your pet after paying that amount.
What if my pet passes away? Can I cancel the Membership Plan?
Simply cancel the subscription program and not owe any additional fees by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If my pet passes away, can I transfer the plan to another pet?
PetNet will give you credit towards a new plan for a different pet for one-half of the amount paid on any plan.
What if I’m signed up for the Membership Plan and suddenly need an immediate new home for my pet?
In that case, PetNet will credit what you’ve already paid toward the $749 Safety Net Plan fee and you would owe the balance to rehome your pet.
Can I get a refund?
Payments are not refundable unless we are unable to find a rescue partner to rehome your pet. In that event we would refund all money paid, less a $35.00 administrative fee.
What kinds of pets does PetNet rehome?
PetNet rehomes dogs and cats.