found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots.
During the recent economic recession, more and more pets have been left at after-hours shelter drop boxes. These drop boxes are outdoor kennels, or sometimes small boxes, that are attached to shelters where people can anonymously abandon their animals when shelters are closed. Animal drop boxes are controversial because animal cruelty laws have provisions that make animal abandonment illegal. Additionally, the value, or lack of value, of a living dog or cat is poorly reflected by this collection procedure. Live animal “drops” reinforce the notion that a living animal is a piece of property, much like a pair of old socks, or an unwanted dress, that may be simply discarded.
Pretty Boy Floyd is a handsome 2 year old Field Spaniel whose former owner left him in a drop box at a shelter in AL. Floyd came into SGRR in need of vet care and he is now on his way to wonderful health and gaining some weight. He weighs just under 40 pounds but should be around 45 pounds. This handsome boy has fur that is as soft as silk and is incredibly beautiful. He is keeping his kennel clean which is a good sign that he is house-broken. Floyd is good with other dogs and not bad on a leash. He is a shy boy at first until he feels comfortable with you, and then he is a lover boy!
Floyd will be neutered and then can come north to be adopted in early March. He is heartworm negative, microchipped, and up-to-date on his vaccinations.
If you are approved to adopt through SGRR, please contact Donna to be considered to adopt Floyd. If not yet approved, please visit our website to lean more and to submit an online application. Click here to visit our website.
Please contact us with any questions regarding your application status.
PLEASE APPLY by submitting an application via this online link: Click for Adoption Application
A contract is signed the day of adoption. Under the terms of the contract, all adopters are required to bring the rescue to a vet within 7 business days. The dogs receive basic veterinary care prior to adoption. If your vet identifies an illness that an adopter is not willing to treat, then the dog is returned and a full refund is provided.
The information provided on each dog is based on observations of our vets, volunteers, fosters and when available, trainers. While we do our best to report any and all issues, SGRR does not make any guarantees as to the health or temperament of any dog. Dogs evolve differently in different environments and we cannot predict with any certainty how the dog you adopt will act in your home.
Many of our dogs are fostered in private homes and we do not have a facility to visit. We are committed to our dogs before, during, and after adoption! The rescue retains title to the dog and can never be released or sold. Should the adopters no longer be able to keep the dog, SGRR must be notified so that we can take the dog back into rescue and place it into another home. We reserve the right to remove a dog at any time should we find the adopter is no longer caring for their Golden in a way we see fit. Adopters then have to agree to follow up visits as needed.
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