When things aren’t working out with your pet, no matter what the issue, knowing what to do or where to turn can be difficult. Lollypop Farm has lots of resources to help pets and people facing challenges.
Click below to answer a few simple questions so we can guide you to the person who can help you best.
Ready to speak to an Admissions Counselor? Fill out an admission consultation request form to have a counselor reach out to you directly.
Is a pet or person in immediate danger? Please give us a call at 585-223-1330.
ON THIS PAGE:
- Thinking About Re-Homing Your Pet?
- Rehoming Your Pet on Your Own
- Having Your Pet Euthanized for Health or Age Issues
- Surrendering Your Pet to Lollypop Farm
THINKING ABOUT RE-HOMING YOUR PET?
Before you decide to give up your pet, please make sure you are aware of all the possible solutions to the problems you may be experiencing:
If your landlord doesn’t allow pets, please check our Pets Are Welcome list of housing that accepts pets.
If you cannot afford to spay or neuter your pet(s), please consider our Spay Neuter Incentive Program (SNIP). The SNIP program provides qualified pet owners spay/neuter services for their household cats and dogs.
If you or a family member is pregnant, read our information on Preparing Your Pet for Baby’s Arrival (PDF).
REHOMING YOUR PET ON YOUR OWN
If you decide to re-home your pet on your own, please read the following tips:
Talk to friends, family members, coworkers, neighbors, and your veterinarian, as they may know someone who might be interested in taking your pet.
Visit Bugsy’s Animal Network to find area organizations that may be able to take your pet.
HAVING YOUR PET EUTHANIZED FOR HEALTH OR AGE ISSUES
If your pet is suffering from health- or age-related issues, we recommend you make an appointment with your veterinarian for euthanasia. However, because we realize the cost may be an obstacle for some pet owners, Lollypop Farm provides affordable, caring, compassionate euthanasia services performed by trained technicians. Cremation services are also offered. Learn more about the services we offer.
THINK YOU NEED TO SURRENDER YOUR PET TO LOLLYPOP FARM?
Make sure to review our alternatives to surrendering your pet above before you decide to surrender your pet to Lollypop Farm. Giving up your pet is a difficult decision and one that should not be taken lightly. Please consider all of the options available to you and ask questions before making your decision.
Lollypop Farm experts are here to help you address issues you may be facing. Whether you are facing a temporary struggle or experiencing a behavior challenge with your pet, please request our help.
For Dogs, Cats, Rabbits and other Small Pets, Reptiles and Amphibians, and Birds
Does your situation match any of the following?
- You have two or more pets to surrender.
- You need support with multiple outdoor cats.
- You need to surrender a reptile, amphibian, or bird.
For Horses and Other Equines
Appointments are required to surrender horses and other equines. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For Farm Animals like Goats, Sheep, Pigs, Fowl, etc.
Appointments are required to surrender farm animals. Please email email@example.com for more information.
PLEASE NOTE: If this is an emergency, meaning a pet or person could potentially be or is in immediate physical danger or suffering, please call us at 585-223-1330 x 0.
Leaving your pet at Lollypop Farm without completing the formal admissions process is considered abandonment. In New York State, this is a misdemeanor with a potential penalty of up to one year in jail and/or a fine of $1,000.