Tillman is a fun loving unique boy looking for his forever home!
Tillman was found hanging out near a police station in Memphis, TN. The police did not want to call animal control, because he would have been taken to our high kill municipal shelter. So, the nice policemen reached out to rescue to find him a new forever home and we were glad to help!
Tillman's breed(s) are definitely a mystery! Could he be a feist, shepherd, kelpie, terrier.... we don't really know! We do believe he has some herding breed in him, so he would do great in a home with some land where he has a job, could practice agility, or be taught new tricks. He would be good at alerting you to strangers near your home. We do know he is a good dog and is anxious to please.
He is eager to learn and already knows "sit" and "lay down." We are still working on teaching him not to jump. For this reason, we think he would do best in a home without very small kids- we don't want them to get knocked down!
If you would like more info on Tillman, please email us at email@example.com. He is being fostered in Memphis, TN. His adopt fee is $100.
Contact us at allheartanimalrescue.org for an application or if you have questions about an animal.
Please take the time to review our adoption policies before applying for a pet. We try to make the process as quick and easy as possible, but we also need to ensure we find the right home for each of our pets. Rehoming can be stressful for them, and we want to make sure we get it right the first time!:)
Please note we can not guarantee the breed or or age of pet is 100% accurate. Many of the pets in are rescue are pulled from shelters and usually will not know the parents of the dog or cat. Most are are mixed with two or more breeds, and we will make the best selection we can based on shelter information, personal observation, and vet input.
The animal must be spay/neutered prior to going to his/her new home. All other animals in the home must also be spayed/neutered.
Adopter should agree to continue any specific medical care need for a particular pet, along with routine annual visits.
If adopter has other pets, all pets in the home should be up to date on vaccinations, monthly heartworm prevention, and should be spayed/neutered, unless there is a valid medical reason.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old.
All members of the household must agree they want the pet. A pet is a family member and so all members of the family need to be in agreement about when to adopt a pet, and which pet to adopt.
Anyone renting or leasing must have written permission from their landlord, and will also be contacted by phone by a representative for AHAR before an adoption can be approved. Any restrictions regarding type or size of animal must be noted.
We prefer that applicants have lived at their current address for at least three months. This is to make sure that owners have had time to settle into their new surroundings, and have established a stable routine before bringing a pet into the home. Because pets have extremely sensitive noses, any remodeling projects that involve chemicals and paint - including the installation of carpet - should have been completed well in advance of bringing a new pet home. Please remember that any time of transition is probably not a good time to adopt a pet.
We do not adopt out 'outdoor pets.' Pets that are left outside to do not bond as readily with their owners and are prone to nuisance behaviors like barking, escaping, roaming, digging, predatory behavior and other destruction. If applicants currently have an 'outdoor pet' their adoption may be denied.
We do not adopt out pets for the sole purpose of “guarding” or personal safety.
Applicants for dog adoptions must have a yard that is fenced on all sides, or adopter must agree to walk/exercise dog for a MINIMUM of two times daily, or more as dog requires. Some dogs may require a fence of a certain type and height.
Adopter must have excellent vet reference (if a prior pet owner) and a minimum of one personal reference.
Adopters should demonstrate a willingness and ability to meet the social, training, health and exercise requirements of their desired pet.
We will not allow “surprise” or gift adoptions.
We reserve the right to decline applications if the pet’s needs to not coincide with the lifestyle of the family or individual, or if the adoption is not demonstrated to be in the best interest of the pet or family for any reason.
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