Tater is a very sweet purebred JRT. He is about 8-10 years old. Tater is still active and playful, loves to chase balls and play with stuffed toys, but also settles nicely and will hang out with you calmly too. He knows basic commands like sit and shake, and Tater is VERY smart like most Jack Russells. Tater has a LOT of life left to live in his senior years...this breed can live to 16 on average, sometimes longer! He would be a fun, easy, loving companion for someone who loves this breed! Taters adoption fee is $250 years old.
Lucky Dog Rescue came into existence after one individual started saving one dog at a time back in late March of 2004. It began as a Dalmatian rescue, originally named Phoenix Dalmatian Station.
After seeing so many nice, highly adoptable dogs sitting in concrete cells in the county shelters, being put to sleep when no one came to the rescue, it quickly evolved into an all breed commitment, and we began saving several other breeds and mixes too! We are now a growing group of dog lovers who help all breeds and are committed to giving dogs a second chance at finding a forever home.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our dogs can be seen at weekly adoption events throughout the valley or by appointment. Please visit http://www.luckydogrescue.org for the most current information.
Our current adoption fee for adults (> 8 months old) is $250 and for puppies (< 8 months old) the fee is $300. The Adoption fee for senior dogs (7+ years) is $200. These fees cover the vaccines, microchipping, neuter/spay surgery, county license, and vet check for the dog.
Before an adoption can take place we do require that all potential adopters fill out an application. Once the application has been approved a home visit may be conducted. All adopters must sign a contract in order to finalize the adoption. Go to http://www.luckydogrescue.org/adoption-center/dogs to find a dog and submit an application.
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