My name is April!

Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Redfield, Arkansas - April
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I'm being cared for by:
Redfield Friends of the Animals Rescue

Facts about April

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9658843-2015-059

Hi! My name is April. I was abandoned after I had litter of puppies. My 3 daughters and I ended up all alone. Luckily the nice people at the shelter gave me a safe place to take care of my pups and a warm house to sleep in. They took me to the Doctor to get me shots and keep me healthy. They found out that I have these worms in my heart. They told me it was ok, because they can be treated as soon as I have a family to help take care of me. They also tell me how sweet and pretty I am, even though I'm staying in an outdoor kennel, the girls think I may be house trained, because I don't like to use the bathroom in my kennel. It's cold and lonely at the shelter, I would love to have a forever family to love and call my own.

About Redfield Friends of the Animals Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

The Redfield Friends of the Animals Rescue Group is a small group of volunteers who realized the need of the city's impound and stray/loose dog population. We are a 501(c)(3) organization. Our main focus is assisting the City of Redfield's Animal control department in the adoption process of the dogs currently in the city impound. We are given the opportunity to advocate and place an animal in a foster home or adoptive home. Along with this, we also provide much of the medical care of the animals within the impound and help with any repairs needed to the facility. We are also working with the animal control department, the chief of police and the city government to improve the current impound kennels. When an animal is picked up by animal control, they are held for 10 business days. If they are not claimed, they will then become the property of the city of Redfield. Once they are the property of the city, the Redfield Friends of the Animals will then determine if we will be able to place the dog in a foster home and/or work towards getting that animal adopted within a given time frame in an effort to prevent the pet from being euthanized. We are also currently working to connect with various rescue agencies to help aid us in this process.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

Please contact us if you are interested in meeting any of our available pets.

Our Adoption Process...

We require that every adopter fill out an application and go through our screening process. We may contact your references, your vet and/or do a home visit. Our standard adoption fee is $150.00. This is to offset any costs that we may have incurred in medical and other expenses for each animal. We require that all animals being adopted out be up to date on shots and be spayed or neutered. If a rescue organization wishes to pull a dog that we are working with, pull fees may be waived.

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