already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
Hi !! My name is Chico! My foster family also calls me "cheeks" cus I'm so cheeky. I'm a quirky guy and will need a very specific home. I don't really like kids especially if they are nervous which makes me nervous! I do live with a 12 year old who I adore . I love other dogs and I am awesome with new foster dogs!! I also love my cat ... I am so gentle when I play with her!! I am housetrained but not crate trained . I don't usually get into trouble so it's all good . I don't like a whole bunch of people around,it makes me grumpy and snappy. I am great on leash and love walks!!! I also love to run!! I am very vocal . I'm a "morning" dog,I'm in a great mood when I wake up! I tend to be grumpy in the evenings and don't like anyone bugging me . My vet says I get my attitude from the terrier in me . I go crazy for toys that squeak and love playing games . I am learning to trust people so I sometimes can be snappy . I will also need regular grooming as my hair and nails grow super fast. I am a terrier x . I am 4 years old . Even though I am a quirky guy my foster family still thinks I'm great and I make them laugh all the time! I am a smaller guy weighing around 15 pounds .
Address: Site 905, Box 11, RR#9 Saskatoon, SK S7K 1P3
About Our Rescue Group...
We are a registered charitable organization of (867121808RR0001) volunteers based in Saskatoon, SK. dedicated to rescuing unwanted, stray, abandoned, neglected and abused dogs. All of our rescued dogs are placed in foster care homes when we have a foster home available until a permanent home can be found. Here the dogs receive much needed attention, love, training, and exercise on a daily basis. Being in a home environment can eliminate stress, neurotic behaviors, and illness that may happen with living in a cage or kennel. Being in a home environment allows for an on-going assessment of the dog and what the dog is like to live with. Knowing the dogs personality and quirks helps to determine the best possible permanent home for each dog.It is our main goal to place each dog in a nurturing and loving environment in a permanent home suited to each dog.
All dogs that come into New Hope Dog Rescue are spayed or neutered and receive vaccinations and microchipping prior to being adopted.
We ALWAYS need foster homes who are willing to open their home to a dog in need. This can range from a puppy who needs a good start to a home with someone patient willing to work with the dog. We accept donations of cash (pays for medical expenses or doggie school to brush up on manners before adoption), crate, toys, food, leashes/collars and blankets or bedding. The number of dogs we save is completely limited by the number of people available to help.
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Our Adoption Process...
At New Hope Dog Rescue our dogs are our main concern. Rescued, homeless, abandoned, neglected and abused dogs have been through enough upheaval once, we don't want them to experience it again. To ensure this we go through what may seem a lengthy process. We want potential adopters to be fully aware of the responsibilities involved in loving and giving a home to one of our dogs. We also ensure that the dog is a match to the adopters lifestyle and expectations. If you are interested in adopting one of our rescue dogs you can expect to be involved in the following process:
1. Fill in the application. Applications are received and evaluated on a first come basis 2. Our adoption co-ordinator will get the foster home to tell you all about the dog and set up a time for you to meet. All family members must be present. For distance adoptions, a homevisit can be arranged prior to people meeting the dog. 3. If everyone decides that dog and people are a good match, a home visit is done prior to adoption. 4. If the family decides that the dog should become a permanent member of the household, then the adoption fee is applied. 5. New Hope is always available to help with any issues that arise once the dog has been adopted.
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