already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and not good with dogs.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and not good with dogs.
Marshall was horrifically abused. Found hog tied and left to die in the woods of South Carolina, Marshall has had a long road back to health. Now physically healed and successfully treated for heart worm disease Marshall is ready to find his forever home. Marshall needs to be the only dog. He is terrified hence aggressive of other dogs. Marshall is a loving dogs to people and keeps a kong toy or a ball in his mouth most of the time as a way to comfort himself. If you meet Marshall you will fall in love.
The mission of Rusty's Legacy is to save the lives of as many adoptable dogs while working towards a no kill community.
We believe that community education and low cost or free spay neuter is the road to assure that no healthy, adoptable dog will die.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Pet adoption events are held at the Black Mountain and Morganton Tractor Supply on alternate Saturdays. The rescue is open Thursday, Friday and Sunday and by appointment.
Pets can be met by appointment by calling Jeri at 828-460-3190 or email us at Rusty'sLegacyNC@aol.com
Our Adoption Process...
All vet references are checked, landlords, homeowner regulations and City/County regulations are verified prior to adoption. Adoption fees range from $75.00 to $200.00 depending upon age, breed and medical interventions provided while in rescue.
All dogs are indoor/outdoor dogs, there will be no dog left on a chain EVER, fenced in yards are preferred. Certain breeds of dogs will require prior experience with the breed or breed type.
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