Django is a very active young dog with lots of bounce in his step. He is looking for an active home that will continue his training and provide him with lots of exercise. He enjoys meeting new people but still needs work on his manners. I love to jump! I have shown off my jumping skills here at OHS, and they wanted you to know how easily I can jump a fence. As fun as that is, I think spending time with you is better, so make sure you can be out in the yard with me! Django may be too much for some canines but he is still learning the ropes of being a dog. His zest for life and spunky personality will have you laughing all day long. If you are ready for an active companion to join the group then don't pass up Django. A training consult is included in Django's adoption.
The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, microchip ID, collar and OHS I.D. tag, initial vaccines, courtesy veterinarian exam, and plenty of post adoption support! Keywords: Likes to run and play, Affectionate, May be good with other dogs,
Primary Color: Tan Secondary Color: White Weight: 17.0625 Age: 4yrs 1mths 3wks
•Visitors can meet one-on-one with pets in our "Get Acquainted Rooms." Bring the whole family--even your dog. •To meet one of the animals in foster care, contact the Foster Care Department by calling (503) 416-5025 or email to set up an appointment. If provided in the animal's description, you may directly e-mail the foster care volunteer. •If your pet meet is a success, you'll need to complete an adoption application (please do not fax or email the application, although you can download it and fill it out before you visit). •You will be interviewed by an OHS adoption assistant to be sure you are familiar with any special needs the animal might have. •We have a variable adoption fee policy based on an animal's age, breed, temperament, behavioral issues, and physical condition. Learn more here. If you are over 60 years old, be sure to ask about the adoption discount offered through the Pets for the Elderly Program.
Our Adoption Process...
To adopt a pet at OHS, you'll need to fill out an adoption application and complete an interview with an adoption specialist. But what's more important is everything that comes before the application and the interview, namely, finding the best match possible.
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