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Bandit's Adoption & Rescue of K-9s
12300 Farrington Road
Ashland, VA 23005

Phone*: (804) 449-2275 (BARK)
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Rehoming a Dog

If you are no longer able to care for a dog that was adopted from BARK, please contact the adoption team at  to facilitate returning the dog to BARK. As a reminder, BARK's adoption contract requires that you return an adopted dog to BARK if at any point you are no longer able to care for him or her. You will need to complete an owner surrender form, which will be emailed to you, and bring copies of his or her veterinary records (including the original BARK records) with you when you return your adopted BARK dog.

If you are in need of assistance with rehoming a dog that was not adopted from BARK, we are able to offer a "courtesy" posting on our website and Petfinder page. To courtesy list a dog, please send a request with the following information to :

  • Description of the dog including age, sex, breed mix, size, behavior with other dogs/cats/kids, if the dog is spayed/neutered, current on vaccinations, and on regular monthly heartworm preventative;
  • Up to 3 pictures of the dog; and
  • Preferred method for interested parties to contact you (e.g., email address, phone number).

If you have found a stray dog, please contact your local animal control. Virginia law requires that found dog reports be filed and a mandatory stray hold be satisfied before a stray dog may be rehomed, either privately or through a rescue.

Donate

Checks payable to BARK may be mailed to the address on the bottom of this page.

Checks payable to BARK and cash donations are accepted at any of our weekend outings. See our home page for details on where and when we will be in your community.

Secure online donations: Click here to make a secure donation through Paypal.

Location and Directions

Please note that the address below is BARK's mailing address and adoption stand address only. The BARK kennels are located on private property and, with no paid staff members, meet and greets with dogs must be arranged in advance. If you are interested in meeting a potential dog to foster or adopt, please fill out the appropriate application to start the process.