Hello there. My name is Eddie. I weigh about 40 lbs at just 11 months old. I am a confident boy and love all the dogs and people I meet at the dog park. Foster mom takes me and my foster brother there every day because she says it is important that us young pups get socialized and have the freedom to run, play and have fun. She was so impressed when I went running ahead with my foster brother and she couldn’t see us, she called my name and I came dashing back as quick as I could. And this was just on the second day she brought me home. She says I am real good with commands like that, including sitting. She says “sit” and my butt drops right down to the floor.
When she first saw me I had lots of puppy energy. She realized that putting me in a kennel all day would just add to my puppy excitement. So she took a chance and let me have full run of the house with my foster brother. Boy was she amazed. Not only was I so much calmer for the rest of the evening, but guess what, I had no accidents in the house. She wanted me to share her tip and I will because this is a tip I love. Her tip is to make sure I have lots of bones and toys because, well first of all I love them and secondly because I am a pup so they keep me mentally active and busy.
I live in a house with four cats, can you believe that. I think they are so interesting. I have discovered that three of them don’t run from me so I ignore them. But boy oh boy there is one cat who gets all nervous and runs and I think it is so much fun to chase her. Not that I mean any harm mind you. I am a pup and I am all about fun and games. My foster mom tells me “No” and she says I listen so well and stop almost immediately. When she corrects me I try so hard to say I am sorry. I get super close to her, sometimes even sitting on her lap and give her tons of kisses. My kisses always work because she always forgives me. And I promise her I will try real hard next time. And I do. She says that even after only being with her for three days she can see how hard I am trying and how much I have improved. She says that this is a perfect sign that with time I am going to be the best dog to have.
She says that I will find my forever home in no time at the rate I am going with how I am always aiming to please. She says that all I need is lots of kisses, love, a little training and some patience and I will make the perfect family pup. Foster mom says I have more love to give then any of her previous fosters. And that means a lot because she says they were all just the sweetest most loving dogs ever.
I love it here with her but I really want a family and maybe even a doggie brother or sister of my own. Could that be you? Come and meet me and I know you will fall in love too!
Adoption Fee: $400
We are a Wisconsin state licensed dog rescue -WI# 402433
***We do not have a central adoption center at this time. All our dogs are in private foster homes within WI. At this time we only place our dogs in areas of WI. The breed of our dogs is our best guess with the help of our veterinarians.
If you are adopting an adult dog, which we consider 6 months of age or older, your adoption fee includes the following:
Spay/Neuter, Rabies and Distemper shots, dewormed, flea & tick preventative, heartworm tested and microchipped.
If you are adopting a dog younger than 6 months of age, the dog will be up to date on the shots as per the dogs age. The dog will be dewormed, flea/tick preventative and microchipped. We only spay/neuter our dogs by 6 months of age. If you decide to adopt a younger dog than 6 months of age, they will need to be spayed/neutered at one of our preferred clinics. This will be determined by your contract along with the month they should have their surgery. This is included in your adoption fee.
Once you are approved with our rescue, you can meet any one of our dogs within the fosters home. If you are interested in the dog you met, you can take the dog home under our mandatory foster to adopt program. You receive 5 days to see if the dog is the right fit for your home.
If it is, we will conduct the home visit and finalize adoption. If it is not, it is returned to the foster. We are happy to find you another dog that meets your needs in your home.
If a dog is listed as PENDING, a family has met the dog and planning on adopting the dog after the home visit has been conducted. We always suggest sending in an application for a dog because there are times where the dogs are given back to us under the foster to adopt program. There are many reasons dogs are returned but normally it just was not the right fit for all.
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