LOCATION OF FOSTER: MCDONALD ,OH. You MUST be willing to travel to MCDONALD ,OH within 72 hours if your application is approved. We do NOT ship/hold/transport dogs.
HOW TO ADOPT: To adopt one of our animals we REQUIRE an adoption application be completed on our website at: www.cthar.org.
The first step to adopt a dog is to complete the application to ensure you are a fit for the dog you are interested in. Your answers on the application will help us find the best fit for you and also for the dog. The application is at: WWW.CTHAR.ORG
ADOPTION FEE: $175
VETTING INCLUDED IN FEE: spay, rabies, dhlpp, heartworm test, heartworm and flea prevention applied while in rescue
MORE INFO: ALL the info that the rescue knows about me is below. My bio is LONG but it is detailed please do not email asking for more info, as no more info is known. The only way to be considered to adopt is to put in an application at: WWW.CTHAR.ORG. An application does not obligate you to adopt, but it will help the rescue match you up with me or even perhaps another dog they have!
ALL ABOUT LACEY: Thanks for stopping by to learn more information about me. Now that I have your attention let me tell you about me and after I am done, if you think I am a good fit, go to www.cthar.org and complete the application to adopt. The application asks questions that help the rescue match you up with the perfect dog and well hopefully that's ME! I came into rescue with my 2 puppies. My owners no longer wanted me because I kept getting "pregnant" by the neighbors dog. The obvious thing would have been to fix me...I know, but instead they gave up me and my 2 puppies. My puppies have found amazing homes, with people who have the time and patience to deal with all that puppy nonsense. If you are looking at me, then you KNOW all the benefits of having a little bit more "mature" gal. I mean I am only about 3 to 4 years old so its not like I am an older gal (although seniors are pretty darn amazing too), but I am so much easier to transition than a puppy as puppies need to go out every couple hours, they chew etc. I ON THE OTHER HAND and quite a seasoned house pup. I am very good with all humans and I am currently fostered with 2 young boys and 2 other dogs and I get along with everyone! I am crate trained. I am also VERY GOOD with my potty in my foster home. NOW keep in mind my foster family is very good about getting me on a structured schedule. They also use a crate to prevent accidents...all of this is VERY important in my developing the same potty habits in your house as I have had in their house, which again has been VERY good. Now, that is not to say that until I learn your yard and your schedule, etc. that accidents cant happen. The success in this area will depend on YOU. I also really love to play with the other dog in my house so I would make a great playmate for your dog if you wish. I am not a needy lap dog. If you are looking for a tiny lap dog, that is not me. I do ENJOY when you call me up and want to sit with me (like in the photos) but I am not a needy girl who has to be all Velcro. I can be independent when you need me to and that can be a very good thing. I also like going for walks with my foster family and it is great exercise for both of us! I do not have any aggression at all! I share nicely. I am a pretty good watch dog though! When someone comes in I do bark and let you know of course at 18 pounds that probably isn't going to be too intimidating but hey I give it my best shot! I ride nicely in the car. Hmmm lets see what else can I possibly tell you to convince you that you need to jump on and fill out that application to take me home today? I mean lets see, I am great with all humans, other dogs! I do great in my crate and I get on a potty schedule very easily provided you are structured and allow me to get used to your home and also are diligent about using the crate to prevent accidents. I am a great exercise buddy. I am a great playmate. So come on folks go to: www.cthar.org and commit to forever with me. xoxoxo Lacey
LACEY** 18 pounds of beauty, Chihuahua & Miniature Pinscher Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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