Relinquishment

Rescue Release Form

We serve North and South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama.

When your Airedale needs to find a new home, please fill out the Relinquishment Rescue Release Form.  Please send a cute picture for us to place on the website. Email one or two to info@airedalerescuegroup.com.

If you are a shelter please contact us at info@airedalerescuegroup.com for assistance in releasing the dog to ARG.

Completion of the release certifies ownership of the Airedale. It also certifies that this Airedale has not bitten any person or animal within 15 days and has not been exposed to rabies. You give complete ownership of the Airedale to Airedale Rescue Group of South Carolina releasing its volunteers and representatives of all liabilities of said dog.

Click to fill out  Relinquishment Rescue Release Form

8 Replies to “Relinquishment”

  1. Hello,
    I am not looking to relinquish my Airedale but to find temporary boarding for a 3 month time frame while our house is being rebuilt do to a fire and we are unable to find temporary housing that will accept him so right now we are staying in a motel room.

    The dog is in Shelbyville/Nashville TN area.

    Thanks for any assistance given
    Tammy Poore

    1. Hi, Tammy. I am so sorry to hear about your fire. I think we may be able to help you. Please fill out a Relinquishment Form but note in the comments that this is for TEMPORARY / FOSTER only. When I receive the form, I will then call you to go over the details. Please also send a photo of your Airedale to info@airedalerescuegroup.com. Thank you, Tammy.

  2. We rescued this airedale from a horrible situation. He was left in a 4×4 pen by a family who divorced and left him there. With the help of the neighborhood, we all jumped in to help once we learned of the situation. He was totally neglected. We took him in to save his life. He has been neutered now, updated on all shots, groomed and loved. He is a big dog (all 75 pounds of him). We are not in a position to keep him. We have had airedales in our family for years. However, we are to the point in our lives where we cannot have a dog. We are close to retirement and travel a great deal. In the next couple of weeks we will begin our summer travels and we need to find this sweet dog a home. We have enjoyed fostering him, but we cannot keep him ( our work schedules and travel schedules will not premit it). Hoping you can help us. Would hate to turn this beauty over to animal services.
    Thank you,
    Wendy Swann

    1. Thank you, Wendy, for rescuing this beautiful boy. I’m tied up right now, but got your photos and want to talk to you later today. How wonderful for this boy that you stepped up.

  3. Hi, I have a 22 month old male Airedale who has mouthing issues. We have had 3 different trainers one that we fired when he said the dog was aggressive and hung him by his collar. He did very well with clicker training but he wants treats all of the time and just gets fat. The first training was puppy training and just squirting him with a water bottle just makes him excited.
    We really need a good trainer that we can trust and won’t cost thousands of dollars. If anyone can help us please help. We love our boy and don’t want to get rid of him.
    Thanks
    Sandy

    1. Hi, Sandy. Thank you for contacting us. I don’t know where you live, but please go to this site: http://www.ccpdt.org and search for a trainer in your area. Certified Professional Dog Trainers use only positive reinforcement and force-free training methods. We have used trainers in Florence, SC, Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, and Asheville with good results on behaviors such as this and worse. The cost of training varies but is reasonable. These trainers do not use aversive or punitive methods and must follow the Council’s ethical guidelines. I wish you the very best in training your boy. Please let me know how things go with him. Jackie Cash

      1. Thank you very much for the advise,I will go on that site right away.
        I will let you know how things turn out.
        Sandy

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