You can come to us, or we will come to you. We also welcome you to set up an appointment to visit our sanctuary before making the important decision to surrender your bird.
We ask you to provide as much information about the bird being surrendered as you possibly can. The more we know about your bird's personality, likes, dislikes, routines, schedules or even habits, the better chance your bird has at finding the perfect fit for their new home. We may ask specific questions about your bird including the reason for surrendering.
We request a signed veterinary record release to Parrot Hope Rescue and/or the veterinarian of their choice. This authorization will be irrevocable and will not expire.
The owner will request and authorize all veterinarians who may have provided the bird veterinary services of any kind, including but not limited to, Vaccination Records, Laboratory Reports, Exam Reports, Surgery Reports, Pathology/Biopsy Reports, Radiology/X-Ray Reports, to release any and all requested information for the bird(s) being surrendered.
We do have a few requirements you must agree upon with every surrendered bird to Parrot Hope Rescue. These include, but are not limited to:
Parrot Hope Rescue understands this is a difficult decision for you to make.
We invite you to set up an appointment to come visit our sanctuary before making your decision.
You can also choose to have our volunteer team members come to your location to pick up for you.
Most locations are accepted. We may request a donation for gas if you are more than 2 hours away from Mantua, Ohio.
Some of our volunteers foster birds in their private homes. Parrot Hope Rescue does not generally keep surrendered birds, however, some may require more rehabilitation, socialization or behavioral training time than others.
PO Box 642, Mantua, Ohio, 44255, United States