Complete the adoption application
Complete an adoption application for the dog you are interested in. Mention any other dogs you are interested in and we’ll contact you within 1 week to continue the process. Please note we are very busy, please don’t complete another application if you don’t hear from us, we will be in touch soon!
Homecheck and telephone assessment
We will arrange a home check and a telephone assessment before we reserve a dog. This is imperative to confirm which dogs would be most suitable for your home environment. Once we receive feedback from the home checker, we can confirm the suitability of the dog you have chosen on our website or alternatively we can help you to choose a different dog.
Pay adoption fee and reserve your dog
The adoption fee for one of our dogs is £150 which covers essentials such as the pet passport, microchipping & registration, vaccinations, sterilization and blood tests. You can pay the adoption fee online via credit or debit card, bank transfer, PayPal or cheque. Once we receive the adoption fee, we will reserve your dog.
We ask that you sign our Adoption Contract. As part of this contract, ROLDA offers a lifetime of back-up and support for your dog. If for any reason the dog needs to be rehomed we must be involved.
Pay transportation fee
The transport fee is paid directly to the transport company, A2B Pet Transport and is due 1 week before travel. We arrange the transportation with A2B on your behalf to ensure the process is smooth and as stress-free as possible for you. Our standard price for this service is: £210 Small (Under 30cms) £220 Medium (Under 46cms) £230 Large (46-60cms) £250 XL (60cms +) £200 Cats (Based on 2 cats sharing a crate. If a single cat needs a single crate then medium dog rates apply)
*Prices correct as of 25/03/2021
Resting period then onwards journey or collection
Once the dog arrives in the UK, he or she is brought directly to the drop off point for you to collect. There is a 48 hour ‘resting’ period where your dog needs to remain at your home, which allows UK inspectors to visit should they decide to.