I'm being cared for by: Mobile Mutts Rescue - Champaign Chapter
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Dozer
Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier/Pit Bull Terrier Mix
Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Dozer is my name and loving you is my game! I was found as a stray and my family never came looking for me. I am a lovebug who thinks everyone has to me my best friend forever. I get along great with the small dogs in my foster home, they like to tell me what to do but since I'm such a mush...I listen to them! I know to go to the bathroom outside and have nice house manners. I do need more work walking on a leash but I try my hardest to listen to what you say, I just get so excited meeting people! I would love an active home and hopefully a fenced in yard so I can play ball and run til my hearts content!
MOBILE MUTTS RESCUE was born from our successful Volunteer Based Rescue Transport which has operated in the midwest since 2008. It fulfills our volunteers desire to "do more" to help dogs in high kill shelters in the south move to the safety of foster based rescues. We are based out of Champaign IL and operate in Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
To learn more about Mobile Mutts Rescue Transports please visit us online at: http://www.mobile-mutts.org
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
Come Meet Our Pets...
Mobile Mutts Adoption Event Sunday November 2, 2014 12:30 = 2:30
Pet Supplies Plus 2821 W. Kirby Ave. Champaign IL 61821
Our Adoption Process...
THE ADOPTION PROCESS; We often hear people in the community complaining that it is "harder" to adopt a rescue dog than it is to adopt a child. i'm not sure that I agree with that analogy, however I do admit that the process of adopting a rescue can be daunting. What you need to keep in mind is this, our furkids have already been through traumatic experiences, they have often been abandoned or abused in the past and we are here to make sure that they never have a "bad day again" and end up alone and frightened or in a shelter ever again. We are their voice and their advocates. We are the front line defending them from those who would hurt them. So, as you move through the adoption process and prepare to open your heart and home to one of our furkids, please remember that although your home may be the best possible home for you, our job is to make sure it's the best possible home for them.
The first step in the process is to complete a non-binding adoption application at: https://secure.jotformpro.com/Patty4Rescues/adoptionapp and let us know which of our dogs you are interested in meeting; The Application is the first step in Adopting one of our dogs, but does not guarantee adoption.
You will work with an adoption coordinator who is often a member of the foster family to complete the approval process and if approved, we will begin to transition the furkid to your home! We encourage having a "sleep over"with your new family member prior to completing the adoption process, just to make sure you are right for each other. Please remember, we are committed to making this a smooth transition for our furkids, and for you!
ADOPTION FEES: Seniors: (Over 8 years old): $150 Senior to Senior Program: $ 75 Adult Dogs (1 - 8 years old): $250 Puppies (under 1 year old): $350
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