We only re-home in the UK. This is because we can then provide rescue back up for life for the dog and support owners.
Due to COVID-19 and things constantly changing we are now unable to reserve dogs in China.
The first stage would be for you to email us and we will send you Kerry’s number so you can make contact either by calling or text. Once contact is made Kerry will talk you through the process and what dogs are ready to adopt.
We always update the adoption page when dogs arrive in the UK, USA or Canada and the website.
For dogs from China we charge an adoption fee of £550 and that includes their collar (or harness), lead, house collar, tag, tracker and some food.
For dogs from Europe we charge an adoption fee of £200 and that includes their collar (or harness), lead, house collar, tag, tracker and some food
OVERSEAS ADOPTION THROUGH A RESCUE GROUP
If you are an overseas rescue that would like to work with us please drop us an email with the rescue’s name and policies on re-homing e.g. home checks & follow up checks. Also, we need to know your policy if a dog is returned, along with your policy regarding behavioural issues. As a rescue, we have a strict policy against dogs being PTS for behavioural issues and would not work with any rescues where this practice is carried out. One of our policies is that no Candy Cane dogs are to enter the prison programme that is quite popular in America. We have to ensure that our dogs go to the very best places available.
We are very keen to work with rescues in the USA. So far the American rescues we work with have been absolutely fabulous and we know the Americans love their sight hounds. Dogs can travel earlier to the USA, than to any other country after they have had rabies jabs, as the quarantine period for the USA is shorter. The faster dogs can be adopted, the more dogs that are in terrible situations we can save. Candy Cane Rescue pays all vet and boarding fees but you as a rescue would pay for flights, paperwork and crates, and you would also send and pay for a flight volunteer to collect the dogs.