Find out how to adopt a dog from Amicii
- Spaying or neutering
- Flea/Tick/Worming Treatment
- Pet Passport
- Transport to the UK
What is included
In the adoption fee:
- Vet preparation, which includes:
- Vaccinations including rabies
- Adult dogs will be given kennel cough vaccination, puppies will not
- Spay/Neuter (subject to age)
- Flea and tic treatment
- Preparation of the dog’s Pet Passport
- Transport costs
What is the process?
Adopted dogs make the journey from Romania to ‘Traces Registered Kennels’ in the UK, where they stay for 2 nights in order to be checked by Defra. These Kennels are in South Killinghome, near Grimsby and we have drop off points in Swadlincote in Derby, South Mimms and Cobham in Surrey.
Dogs can be collected directly from the kennels or from one of the drop off points. Collection takes place on the Saturday following the dog’s departure from Romania, which is generally on a Tuesday. Ann Pursey and Marilyn Angell manage the transport of our dogs.
Special arrangements can be made for adopters who do not have their own transport, or do have transport, but live too far away to collect their dogs. In these cases, any fuel costs and expenses (i.e kennel fees if they apply) would have to be paid in advance. This can be discussed once the adoption has been agreed.
How do I adopt a dog from Amicii?
There are so many beautiful dogs looking for their forever home. If you are interested in adopting from Amicii Dog Rescue, please submit the information form below to register your interest. This initial chat will be carried out either via Facebook, email or telephone to ensure the match is appropriate for both dog and adoptive family. You will be asked to complete a pre-adoption questionnaire and a home check will always be carried out.
Please note that you will not be asked for the adoption fee until you have successfully completed the home check stage. You will need to sign and return an ‘Adoption Agreement’ form prior to collecting your dog.