up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Marty will be a perfect family pet! He is a 12 week old male shepherd/lab mix puppy. He is already very social and lives with his foster mom - Cheryl and her other dogs. He is learning good manners, learning to use the doggie door, and loves playtime. He is current on all worming and vaccinations as well as flea/tick prevention. Contact Linda @ firstname.lastname@example.org Application is at email@example.com
Founded in 2005, Last Chance AR is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Conway, Arkansas . Last Chance AR believes in advocating for the abused, abandoned, and neglected animals across the state that cannot speak for themselves. Working in conjunction with Dr. Ken Shaddox, DVM at Chestnut Animal Clinic, Last Chance AR travels statewide to urban and rural communities to provide comfort, safety, and love to animals in need. Hundreds of lives have been saved through our efforts, which include a spay and neuter program for impoverished pet owners, frequent visits to rescue animals from shelters suffering from a desperate lack of funding, and the complete inability for any of our patient and dedicated volunteers to turn down a creature in need.
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All of our animals are in foster homes. Our foster parents will be happy to speak with you about the animals disposition and traits as well as share photos and videos to acquaint you with your new pet.
Our Adoption Process...
We have an application and a contract that must be completed by potential adopters. We must obtain information to speak to your veterinarian for current animal records. If a new pet owner, we must have permission to speak to your employer. If neither are available, we are unable to adopt a pet to you.
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