already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Meet Otis, a 1.5 year old border collie/cattle dog mix looking for an active family to call his own! Otis found himself at Chicago Animal Care and Control as a stray when Found Chicago rescued him a few weeks ago. Since then, he has been working hard on his basic obedience, overall manners, and even some energy outlets to keep him occupied, such as fetch and running alongside rollerblades and bikes. He's everyone's best friend and enjoys spending time with both people and other dogs. Otis will need a lot of mental stimulation and structure in his new home to stay out of trouble, as most smarty-pants dogs do! This guy is ready for action when you are, so come down and meet one of our favorite guys!
Found Chicago, NFP is a no-kill, all-breed rescue that serves to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home the most medically and behaviorally challenged dogs that would otherwise be euthanized. We resolve to meet the specific needs of each dog through individualized care and carefully constructed rehabilitation programs. We work to enhance the human-dog relationship through continued support for adopters throughout the lifetime of our dogs, community outreach programs and corporate partnerships.
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Adoption Process: -Email us at email@example.com or call us at 773-539-3880 to set up a meet and greet with the dog you are interested in adopting.
-There is an adoption application process as well. The form can be completed at any time prior to the adoption. You can find this form on our website at http://www.foundchicago.org/rescue
-Based on successful completion of your application and scheduled meeting, you will be approved to adopt an animal based on your needs and the needs of the animal.
-Adoption fee is $250.00. Included in the adoption fee is all vaccinations, spay or neuter, heartworm tested, and micro chipped.
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