already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Ghost is a wonderful 6-year-old American bulldog and terrier mix. He is house trained and up-to-date on all vaccinations, as well as neutered. Ghost is incredibly well-behaved inside the home, loves to play catch and walks well on a a leash. Ghost lived in a home where he spent time around children and will make a wonderful addition to any family.
Halfway Hounds mission is to give homeless dogs a new leash on life by offering them the obedience training, behavior modification and emotional rehabilitation they need to become adoptable pets.
Halfway Hounds assists potentially adoptable dogs who have been owner surrendered or can no longer stay at a shelter. Our program provides every dog with a foster home and a customized training program to prepare them for adoption. In addition, new pet owners receive a behavior assessment report on the dog, free or discounted obedience training and follow-up visits and calls from a trainer.
Halfway Hounds is a volunteered based non-profit organization and a recognized 501(c)3. We need donations, volunteers and foster homes.
Help us give these dogs get a new leash on life!
Our Adoption Process...
Shelter dogs sometimes only have days before they are gone. Sign-up now for the dog of your dreams and we’ll contact you the moment we find him or her.
You get so many benefits: Save the life of a shelter dog. Adopt a dog that has been trained. Receive complimentary follow-up obedience training and support. Low cost adoption fees. There’s no obligation. Meet the dog while they are being fostered or choose to foster them yourself.
Email us today at email@example.com for an application. Applications must be submitted before private showings of the dogs.
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