already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
We named him Jackie, but I think Charlie fit even better. He came to the rescue with a female and her 5 puppies. Such a nice little man, and he loves kids, and everyone. Jackie is a mix, and we think that he is a terrier with another breed thrown in the mix. It doesn't seem to matter to him or us--he is a great dog, and would make a great companion for the right family. We are thinking he is about 2 years of age. He has had all his vaccinations and been neutered. Photos soon.
12 Hills Dog Rescue is a no-kill rescue taking in dogs that have been abused or abandoned. We began as a semi-retired couple, and added one part-time person to assist. In 2015 we applied and received our 501c3 non-profit status. We need volunteers to walk, brush and help socialize the dogs that we care for.
Come Meet Our Pets...
12 Hills Dog Rescue asks that you call for appointments to meet our pets. Since the rescue is on our family farm, where we live, we want to have the freedom to choose when those times and dates of adoption are.
We live 30 miles from Sioux City, IA (4 miles from Winnebago) turn left and go east on H Ave. for 2 1/2 miles. Or 2 miles north of the Walthill community (turn east on H Ave and go 21/2 miles or 12 hills to our farm.
Our Adoption Process...
We have a simple 3 part adoption process. #1.Fill our and return the adoption application form to help us know what type of dog you are interested in. #2. We will attempt to answer your inquiry as soon as possible, and set up an appointment that works for both you and the rescue. #3. Come to the rescue-meet the dog sign the Adoption Agreement, aand take home your dog. Our fees are very reasonable, usually ranging around $125--$150 for most dogs.
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