Reno is a super fun pittie mix from a DFW area rescue operation. He was scheduled to be euthanized for space, but with the help of some great volunteers, he made his way up to Colorado and into our rescue. We took a chance on this guy and we hope you will too!
Reno seems a bit intimidating at first due to his size and the intensity of his beautiful eyes, but he is a BIG BABY! He does well with other dogs, but he does have a small animal prey drive so we suggest he goes to a home without small dogs. Reno does well with cats as long as they're ok with dogs. We have let Reno out with many other dogs and he does very well with proper introductions. We have 3 cats in the house that are comfortable around dogs, and Reno has been around all of them many times without incident. He is crate and house trained and already knows how to sit, shake, lie down, and speak! Reno is such a people pleaser! He loves his humans, including kids of all ages, and wants nothing more than to be loved in return!
Reno is neutered, current on all his vaccines, heart worm negative, and microchipped so he is all ready to become the newest member of your family!
Our adoption process begins with you meeting Reno. Feel free to schedule a play date with him and your existing dog(s). After you fill out an application, we will verify your references and do a brief home inspection. If all goes well, we will deliver Reno to you for a small adoption fee. You will also have the option to purchase a large wire kennel for an additional fee. We then ask that you sign our adoption contract. We will do a follow-up visit approximately two weeks to one month after the adoption to insure that Reno is adjusting well to his new home and that he is happy and healthy.
We feel our adoption process is the best way to vet good owners and to guard against people seeking dogs for dog fighting, bait dogs, and/or dog sales. We only have our rescue dogs' best interest in mind and we do everything we can to insure that they go to the very best home and that it's the perfect fit.
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