My breeder was arrested and all of us were taken to a shelter. There we sat for almost a month until we could leave for Rescue. I was pregnant again. Once I came to CLHR I gave birth to a litter of 12 babies. The stress and the poor living condition I came from caused most of my babies to die within the first 2 weeks. They were all sick. Only one of my Babies survived.
I had a horrible time after I gave birth to my last litter. Was not used to being in a home around people or other dogs that did not want to mate with me. I was severely anxious and would not stop pacing. I sure am glad they put up with me and let me get my anxiety under control. I am so much better now. They say I am blooming like a flower and rising above my past.
We do not think about my past anymore. We focus on what is here right now. My future holds a forever home, I just know it. I know there is someone out there that will love me and care for me the way I am being cared for now. I have so much love to give to my humans. I do not hold back. I am still a little nervous and run a lot. I still pace a little. I just do not want to miss anything. I like to do a perimeter check and report that all is safe each time I go outside. I no longer pee or defecate on myself when I am touched. I like being touched now. It feels good to lay on my back on the couch and get my belly rubbed. I will randomly fall on my back just so my humans can pet me. I call it the Belly run check...I roll and you rub! Simple strategy that works! I roll they rub and tell me how sweet I am...see I told you I am smart!
I also hardly ever bark. I have some damage to my voice box, not sure if that was an injury sustained accidentally or if it was done on purpose by my breeder. I can only hit very high notes. Who cares, people chuckle when they hear me squeak! I bark very little and I am learning how nice it is to be free.
My adopter will still have to work with me. I am after all a little late to the game of training love praise, so the more I get the better I behave. I love to chew things so I need a steady supply of toys to keep my mouth busy! I mean I need a lot of chew toys! Small price to pay when you get the honor to share your life with me. Don't you agree?
I am pad trained and will go outside, but sometimes I get so busy I forget to go outside so you have to have pee pads or stay on top of me so I do not mess in the house. I am worth it, I promise!
The Adoption Donation for all CLHR Animals is $250 which includes all age approved Shots, spay/neuter, microchip, full veterinary exam prior to Adoption.
If you meet the above qualifications and you think you can be my perfect home, please continue reading----Do not send an e-mail unless you have read all the way to the bottom of this Page
1. Go to our web site and fill out an application. Nothing will move forward until you do. http://carolina-loving-hound-rescue.com/Adoption_Application.php
2. We will give you a call within 7 Days after receiving a complete application, please do not serial e-mail us, we will work your application in the order it was received. We also work these applications between our paying jobs, taking care of our animals and families. Patience is the key!
3. Once we speak to you and feel you are a good fit, we will set up a meet and greet
4. Once we meet and do a home visit we can then and only then finalize an adoption. Every member of your household must be present for this meeting
5. We do adopt out of state and will do a home visit out of state as well
6. We will not put our dogs on mass transport or hand off transport to get to your home. .it is your responsibility to pick her up. We will make every effort to meet you part of the way but that is not always possible.
7. All animals in your house MUST be spayed/neutered unless you have medical documentation preventing you from doing so. NO EXCEPTIONS.
8. Unless you have outside working dogs we will not adopt to a home with outside dogs
9. Fence is required for me.
10. Must be 25 or above to adopt (exceptions may be made case by case)
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