re-home

re-home

vb (tr)
to give (an animal, such as one that has been abandoned or is a stray,) a new home and owners
Translations

re-home

[ˌriːˈhəʊm] vt [+ animal] → faire adopter
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She said: "I get to know every dog I try to re-home and I also offer rescue back-up for all of them.
An MoD spokesman said: "Wherever possible, we endeavour to re-home dogs at the end of their service life.
There are racing dog owners who genuinely love and care about their dogs and who rehabilitate and re-home ex racing dogs, but this is not a sport that goes down well in today's ethical and social climate.
The dog was taken for a walk by a women who said she wanted to re-home the pet but was never returned.
Turns out the guys and their entourage are keen animal lovers - and had kindly agreed to meet with (and by doing so help promote) the incredible team from the Assisi Animal Sancuary, who rescue and re-home dogs and cats.
The duo bond from the minute they meet and it is not long before Paul is wondering whether to re-home the pet himself.
Eve has helped re-home almost 300 dogs from countries including Cyprus, Greece, Bosnia and Romania.
The rescue centre will seek to re-home the kittens.
If the sanctuary were to shut we would do everything in our power to appeal to as many people and places as we could to try and re-home the animals.
Last week the Snowdonia Animal Sanctuary launched a bid to re-home Jilly, a 10-yearold cairn terrier and Susie, a 12-year-old collie, who were taken in when their owner, Jennifer Taylor died in early October.
It tried to re-home them through agencies such as the RSPCA, British Horse Society and other charitable organisations.
John Terry, from Oak Tree Farm in Stoke Golding Lane, Higham-on-the-Hill, near Nuneaton, is looking to re-home 5,000 birds which were used in the commercial production of eggs.