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My name is Zoey!

Dachshund/Skye Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Lumberton, North Carolina - Zoey
Photo 1 - Dachshund/Skye Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Lumberton, North Carolina - Zoey
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Photo 4 - Dachshund/Skye Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Lumberton, North Carolina - Zoey
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Robeson County Humane Society

Facts about Zoey

  • Breed: Dachshund/Skye Terrier Mix
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: DF1604001
This is Zoey A very sweet girl, but very intimidated by new people. She is an owner surrender. Zoey was kept in a crate most of the day with very little socialization. She is not good around cats, but warming up to other dogs slowly. We believe her to be a Dachshund Terrier mix. She's just about 1 year old, weighs approx. 14 pounds, up to date on all vaccines, and she will also be spayed before adoption. Are you the family that will welcome her into her forever home and give her the extra attention she needs? Her adoption fee is $200. Her ID is DF1604001. An application is available by clicking on the following link >
http://www.robesonhumanesociety.org/images/Adoption_Application_2015.doc

You can email it back to us at rchsfriendsforlife@gmail.com, or fax it to 910-738-8685.
All animals at RCHS are up to date on vaccinations, tested for Felv/Fiv, heart worm and treated if positive, dewormed and spayed or neutered if over the age of 6 months. If they are younger than 6 months, the adopter receives a voucher that is good at any vet and covers a portion of the procedure. For more info on how to adopt, please email us at rchsfriendsforlife@gmail.com or call the shelter at 910-738-8282. Robeson county Humane Society is a non-profit no-kill State recognized 501c3 that operates primarily from donations, fundraisers and volunteers, with minimal Government support. If you'd like to donate to our cause, please visit our website at http://www.robesonhumanesociety.org/donate.html

About Robeson County Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Welcome to the Robeson County Humane Society's No-Kill Animal Shelter.
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to helping cats and dogs. We were founded to find loving homes for adoptable animals, and promote responsible pet ownership throughout the county with an emphasis on spaying and neutering.
The Robeson County Humane Society Animal Shelter's volunteers and staff provide care for adoptable dogs and cats that live there until appropriate forever homes are found for them.
The Society also welcomes gifts of time, talent, and treasure. There are many volunteer opportunities both at the shelter and with other Humane Society projects. You can also get up to date on some of our past and present events and some of the "wishlist projects" at our shelter by downloading & browsing our quarterly newsletter.


What We are all about

Our primary goal is to rescue and find appropriate placement for homeless animals. Adoptable and treatable animals that demonstrate no signs of aggression will remain at our facility until the right home is found for them. We believe in educating our community about responsible pet ownership, and the humane treatment of animals. We also practice progressive spay/neuter and adoption programs. Adoption applications are not necessarily approved on a first come, first serve basis. Our goal is to find the right family for the right animal, and the right animal for the right family. Therefore, we reserve the right to approve applications that appear to be the best fit for both the adopter and the adoptee.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption fees effective January 1, 2013:

Puppies (under six months old):
In-state: $250.00

Adult dogs: (six months and older):
In-state: $200.00

Cats: $50.00 (Summer Sale)

Note: Out-of-state additional transport fees may apply. Out-of-state animals must have a health certificate required by law.