My name is Harvey Dent ~ Tantalizingly Two-Faced!!

Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Caldwell, New Jersey - Harvey Dent ~ Tantalizingly Two-Faced!
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The FernDog Rescue Foundation

Facts about Harvey Dent ~ Tantalizingly Two-Faced!

  • Breed: Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10193013

Harvey’s Woof-Facts

  • High-energy male, bull terrier mix, <1 year old, 40 lbs.
  • Social with dogs, but must be the only pet in his forever home
  • Crate trained and house trained
  • Knows obedience commands, has worked with a professional trainer, and thrives at the weekly pack walks he attends!
  • Favorite pastimes: running next the bike, hiking, playing, napping and snuggling!


Quick Introduction to Harvey

Oh hello, new friend!  My name is Harvey.  I’m still a puppy at less than a year old with fun (and, okay, maybe a little bit of mischief!) pumping through my veins!  I’m friendly with everyone I meet – people, other dogs, and even cats – but I’m looking for an active home where I can be the only pet.  With my entertaining disposition and dashing good looks, you won’t need more than just me!


Harvey’s Background

I found myself in a city shelter at just 6 months old, picked up as a stray.  I don’t dwell on my past, so where I was before then is my little secret!  Anyway, in March of 2016 an awesome couple (now my foster parents!) scooped me up and brought me home and I’ve been crashing with them ever since.


Harvey’s Time in his Foster Home

Since my foster parents rescued me I’ve learned so much – I’m housetrained, know my commands, and even do super fun things with them like go for runs next to them while they bike (my record speed is 13mph!), hike and go on pack walks with lots of other dogs, and have training sessions with a nice trainer who visits their house.  Life is so much better now!


Oh, and just a few other things you should know.  I LOVE my crate.  Say “bed” and I’m heading right for it!  I LOVE sleeping.  I will pass out and snore like a boss all night long in my crate!  I also LOVE to snuggle, especially if I can climb all over you!


Living with Harvey

My foster family has an older dog and I am pretty pushy with him; trainers have told me I’m “rude.”  (That means “super cute,” right?)  My foster family has worked really hard to help me learn that I don’t need to be the boss dog, but I’ve made it clear to them that I need to go to a home where I am the only dog.  I have had great play dates with other dogs and do just fine with them at adoption events and pack walks, but when it comes to my castle I need to be the king, as the only pet.  I have not been around young children, but given my high-energy and affinity for the occasional mischief, I am looking for a home without little kids.


Harvey’s Forever Home

I know there is a home out there for me with an active, adventurous family that will keep channeling my energy and smarts into good stuff!  I’d do best in a home with a backyard, and adult(s) who are dedicated to exercising me every day.  After we have our workouts, I’m down to snuggle and snore the day away!  So what are you waiting for, aren’t you looking for a new right hand man?

About The FernDog Rescue Foundation

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small rescue that started in January 2013 after years of working for different rescues and decided to join forces to start our own rescue/foster program. With over 20 years of combined experience with animals (rescue, training, advocacy), we learned that many dogs are not properly matched up with the right families. We realize that no one is at fault here since the overpopulation of homeless pets is staggering and animal advocates what to spare these precious dogs lives by finding homes as opposed to being euthanized. We decided that we would do our small part and keep our rescue small so we can focus on getting to know the personality of each dog in our foster program, doing proper evaluations and temperament testing, putting each dog through any type of training services they may need, and completing a thorough screening for all applicants which includes a mandatory home visit all BEFORE the dog gets matched up with a compatible family. Our mission statements says:
The mission of The FernDog Rescue Foundation is to help dogs at risk by providing foster homes that will nurture their physical and emotional health, help locate the ideal forever homes for them while providing support and training to help assure that their stay in their new homes is permanent. In addition we focus on developing programs to promote pet adoption services and raise public awareness by providing community education of the issues surrounding animal rescue.

Come Meet Our Pets...

The FernDog Rescue Foundation does adoption events every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at Pet Valu in W. Caldwell NJ from 12-3p , the 2nd Sunday of the month at PetValu in Clifton NJ from 12-3p and every 4th Sunday at Petco in Verona NJ from 12p-3p.
All of our dogs are current on our website and our application can be found online as well.

Our Adoption Process...

The application is the first step in our adoption process. We will screen all applications through a vet reference check, 3 personal reference checks, phone interview and a mandatory home visit. An adoption donation is required of $300 (adult dogs), $350 (puppies), $200 (seniors/special needs), which covers the cost of spay/neuter, microchipping, vaccines and preventatives per the dog’s age, health check, fecal / deworming as needed and heartworm testing and treatment as needed.
Contract will be signed at time of adoption with a set of guidelines which include, mandatory microchip registration at time of adoption, agreement to return the dog to FernDog if care can no longer be provided at any time during the life of the dog, all animals will be treated humanely and live indoors and adequate medical care will be provided, etc.