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My name is Ginny!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix Dog for adoption in Vista, California - Ginny
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I'm being cared for by:
ARRF (Animal Rescue Resource Foundation)

Facts about Ginny

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
NOTE: This is a courtesy posting for another rescuer. Please do not contact ARRF, as we do not know this pet personally. If you are interested in adopting this dog, please email FCIAadoptions@aol.com or call 619-466-9137.

Ginny is a Terrier mix, 4 to 5 years old, who weighs approximately 28 pounds. She is in excellent health. She is very good with adults and children; however, her exuberance and strength are not appropriate for children under 10. She loves cuddling and sitting on her person's lap, and will be a loyal companion and friend. She is very anxious around other dogs, which translates into aggression, so she would ideally do best as an only pet. She is not appropriate for dog parks or social settings where other dogs are present. She would not be good with cats or other small pets. Her energy level is high, so a large enclosed yard where she can get lots of activity and burn off energy is recommended. She loves to play and chase a ball. She would do best with an adopter who has some dog experience and is willing to work on training, particularly leash training. She is very smart and anxious to please her human, so will do well with a consistent routine.

FCIA rescued Ginny from a local shelter when volunteers contacted us to help her, as she did not do well in a confined atmosphere with other dogs, but they saw in her who loves people and who is deserving of a second chance. If you are the person she is waiting for, please contact us or come meet her at one of our Saturday adoption sites. She truly is a diamond in the rough! This dog cannot be adopted out of state. Please see our home page for a list of our Saturday adoption sites (http://www.fcianimals.org/). Every potential adopter is required to fill out an adoption application and the dog is placed in the home that would be most suitable for the dog. We do not place our dogs in homes with unfenced swimming pools. Generally, we don't release the dogs at the adoption site that day except on occasion to former adopters.

If you are interested in adopting this dog, please email FCIAadoptions@aol.com or call 619-466-9137.

About ARRF (Animal Rescue Resource Foundation)

About Our Rescue Group...

ARRF (Animal Rescue Resource Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization working to assist the rescue community, educate the public, and support low cost spay/neuter efforts. We do all we can to help end the suffering of lost and/or abandoned pets.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Web Site: http://www.arrf.cc -

For up-to-date information:
Email: resqpets08@cox.net

We support a variety of efforts to protect and defend our furry friends. Our goal is to provide connections and solutions for pets and the people that work with them.

Our commitment is to find the need and fill it with our “grass roots” approach at getting pets, products and people supported.

Our Adoption Process...

We have an application contract (plus an adoption fee) and a process to find the very best match between a pet and their adopter. We want both you and our dog(s)/cat(s) to be happy with the match.

ARRF will always spay/neuter all pets prior to adoption as well as give them all shots and provide any medical treatment necessary to make sure they are healthy to the best of our ability and knowledge.