Definition of rehome in English:

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rehome

Pronunciation: /riːˈhəʊm/

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verb

[with object]
Find a new home for (a pet): every stray animal is neutered before being rehomed
More example sentences
  • Laurence has launched a desperate search to rehome his pet dog - so he can start a new life Down Under.
  • The dogs' home relies on public donations to carry on its vital work of caring for and rehoming lost and abandoned dogs, so if you cannot rehome a dog, please help us to continue to care for them by sending a donation.
  • AN 82-year-old Leyland woman is still leading the way for her four legged friends, 25 years after she set up a charity to rehome boxer dogs.

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