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My name is Nutmeg!

Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Grand Prairie, Texas - Nutmeg
Photo 1 - Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Grand Prairie, Texas - Nutmeg
Photo 2 - Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Grand Prairie, Texas - Nutmeg
Photo 3 - Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Grand Prairie, Texas - Nutmeg
Photo 4 - Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Grand Prairie, Texas - Nutmeg
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I'm being cared for by:
Angel's Rescue of North Texas

Facts about Nutmeg

  • Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix
  • Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 8747279

Nutmeg is one of a party of five.  He and siblings were born in an old shed behind some college girls rental house in a small college town around May 1, 2015.  They felt they would have a better chance of getting adopted in the Dallas area versus the small town they were in so emailed us to see if we would take them and find them good homes. We think mom is a heeler, terrier mix.  She is maybe 45 lbs.  Nutmeg is current on all his vaccines and neutered. He doesn't like being in a crate so is loose in the house or outside.  We feel he would be fine in a one dog family providing his human(s) has the desire and plenty of time to spend with him.   A home visit is part of his adoption process so he is available for adoption in the immediate DFW area only.  If interested in Nutmeg please email us for a pre adoption questionnaire which is the first step in the adoption process.

About Angel's Rescue of North Texas

About Our Rescue Group...

Angel's Rescue was founded by Betty Wiley in 2000, however her plight began years earlier when she became concerned at the number of dogs being abandoned at a local lake. She at first began taking food and water out to them each day and eventually she was able to pick some of them up, take them to the vet for the appropriate health care, then find loving homes for them. Most of our dogs are either rescued from the lake, strays or from local animal shelters.

Angel’s Rescue is a small non-profit 501(c)3 group comprised of volunteers who dedicate themselves to rescuing dogs. We are a “no–kill” rescue group, operating solely on donations. We do not receive any type of government or institutional funding.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We do not have a shelter facility. Each of us foster dogs in our homes. Adoptions can be done during the week at the foster family's convenience. We hold adoptions on Saturday or Sunday (12-5) at the Petco in Mansfield off Fm157 (South Cooper) and Hwy 287

Our Adoption Process...

***Adopting a New Friend:Our adoption process consists of filling out a pre-adoption questionnaire, which is then reviewed by an ARNT representative. If adopter is approved, a home visit will be scheduled at a convenient time for the potential adopter. If the home is approved, the adoption contract will be signed and the adoption fee paid. The dog then becomes the adoptive pet of the adopter. We do not ship dogs. Our adoption fee runs between $100 or $350 depending on the type of dog. This fluctuation is to compensate for cost of the vet work that goes into some animals. We may have a puppy that gets adopted for $100.00 that we have spent $300.00 in vet care. The higher fee on the more desirable dogs help cover this expense. We don't make a profit by getting a higher adoption fee on some dogs, as some people would think. We always have very high vet bills at numerous vets in the area.
***Adoption Fee Includes:
*Vet records
*Age appropriate shots
*Heart Worm Tests
*Heartworm preventive up to date(if dog is heartworm positive, they will be treated)
*Spaying/Neutering
*Any other vet care needed while in our care
*Any training given while in our care

***Our Policy. Each of our dogs is adopted as an indoor family pet, not as a outdoor watchdog, a breeding dog, or a fighting dog. Each adopted animal must be spayed/neutered, even full breed or pedigreed animals. This is not an optional procedure, and it is mandated by city ordinances. The full adoption process is required for each applicant. Adopters are expected to keep their new pet current on all vaccinations, heartworm prevention, & other vet care as needed. Home visits are to insure there is proper shelter and provisions for the pet; that there is a secure fence around the property and to introduce the new pet to existing pets in the home, if any, in order to test their compatibility. The adopted animal is usually delivered to the new family at the time the home visit is performed.

***In some cases, we will take pets back if they are no longer able to stay in your home. Depending on the space and availability of foster home.