My name is Quinn B!

Labrador Retriever/Pointer Mix Dog for adoption in Locust Fork, Alabama - Quinn B
Photo 1 - Labrador Retriever/Pointer Mix Dog for adoption in Locust Fork, Alabama - Quinn B
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Photo 3 - Labrador Retriever/Pointer Mix Dog for adoption in Locust Fork, Alabama - Quinn B
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I'm being cared for by:
Crossing Paths Animal Rescue-Vickie's AL Chapter

Facts about Quinn B

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Pointer Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 9491472
Please contact Vickie ( for more information about this pet.

Meet Quinn...he is a great boy, loves being with his people. He is great with other dogs. He has some energy, so he will need some exercise. If you need a running, walking or play buddy he will be wonderful! He has a beautiful Chocolate , and white coat. He is about 1 to 2 years old, and 55 to 60 lbs. Quinn is a awesome boy, ready for his forever home! He is neutered, up to date on vacc. and monthly preventions. ME Posted 9/13/16 


His adoption fee is 285.00 which covers a health certificate, vacc. neutering, and monthly heartworm, flea , and tick preventions.


Transport 120.00  We consider the transport to be of great importance and, as such, take particular care of the dogs during the trip from Alabama.  Heather and David are the owners of the transport vehicle; they typically drive the 22 hours accompanied by one or two foster moms. The trip is punctuated by frequent stops so that the dogs can have some leash and relief time, time to stretch those dog legs, a snack and some water. They make every effort to arrive with healthy and minimally stressed dogs.

About Crossing Paths Animal Rescue-Vickie's AL Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

Crossing Paths is a 501(c)3 animal rescue organization based in Locust Fork, Alabama.
Several times per week, Mary Ellen Tidwell, the President of Crossing Paths Animal Rescue, visits one of the many the high-kill facilities in Alabama and removes as many adoptable dogs as she can accommodate in her own kennels and foster homes. Dogs which are adopted by families in the Northeast are transported every two to three weeks to PA/NJ/NY/MD and various locations in the Northeast.
When the transport leaves to bring the adopted dogs north, Mary Ellen returns to the high-kill facility to fill the vacancies left by the adopted dogs. What does this mean for you?

Come Meet Our Pets...

Next Adoption Event:

September 17, 2016

2600 S Eagle Rd
Newtown, PA

time to be determined

Our Adoption Process...

We are not a shelter, our dogs are in a network of foster homes. We have transports of adopted dogs to Hagerstown, MD area and as far north as Newtown , PA (and points along the way) at least every 3 weeks.

Please see our website for adoption and transport fee info.
If you are interested in any of our dogs, the first step is to submit the application found on our website.

List any dogs that interest you in order of preference. If you don't see anything right now, check back often as we update frequently. ( Note that there are 2 links on our website adoptable dog page):
When your application is approved, we will put you in touch with the dog's foster mom/dad who will answer any questions you may have and so that the foster may get a feel for your situation and determine if the dog will be a good fit for your particular household. If all that ends on a positive note, we'll finalize the adoption (process payment) and schedule the dog for transport, if needed.

If you are uncomfortable adopting a dog without a prior face-to-face meeting and you are in the PA/NJ area, we have adoption events several times per year at local pet stores in Newtown, PA or Lawrenceville, NJ for which we bring up 15-20 adoptable dogs. Watch our website for up coming events.

* PLEASE NOTE: We review the applications in order of receipt and many of our potential adopters who are otherwise qualified miss out on a dog that has stolen their hearts because the application came in later than others of equal merit. Here's my advice: file the application ASAP. Don't waste time sending an inquiry asking info on the dogs and if they are available. We , on the front lines, don't know each dog personally; what we do know is in the description we have provided . We will let you know if the dog is available or not upon receipt of your application and give you the opportunity to select another.