DOGS Are in Foster Homes. There is no shelter. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sweet boy and very friendly. He's housebroken, crate trained, hand shy from his former life, not agressive with other dogs or Food. Cody loves to cuddle. He has had some obedience training so he should pick it back up in a new home. He is an active young boy thriving on activity and love. He is somewhere around a year and found fending for himself on the streets as a stray.
He's basically crate trained, but isn't crazy about. He will bark at night in crate if no one (human or dog) is in room with him. His pack mates are middle aged and he wears them out. So a younger dogs would be best and older kids would be best.
He does not like cats. He is not very good with small dogs. He is fine with foster's medium dog. He is not mean or aggressive but he plays rough. Foster's chihuahua min pin mix doesn't back down and Cody thinks he wants to play. They are working on that and both of them are getting along better. $200
**Our companions MUST live in your home as part of your family. **We also WILL NOT adopt to who keeps their dogs outside. **We also WILL NOT adopt to homes with unaltered dogs or cats. **We do not transport.
**See our website for more information. www.HeidisLegacyDogRescue.com
1. Everyone must submit an application before an appointment is set to meet the dogs. We work BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
2. Meet with the dog(s)
3. Verification of Home
4. Adoption Contract
5. Bring treats
The adoption fee helps cover expenses for all dogs while in the rescue program including the vet exams, vaccines, heartworm testing and treatment, stool check, spay/neuter, monthly Heartworm & Flea preventative plus other necessary veterinary care and training to get the dog ready for adoption.
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