I am just a young fellow....8 months old. I am probably a mix of Labrador Retriever/Plott Hound and Border Collie and will weigh about 50# more or less when grown. My breed mixes indicate I will be a good family dog, energetic, intelligent, easy to train, playful and friendly. I am happy and healthy and already have a sweet disposition, I am going to make my adopted family very happy. I LOVE Newman's Own Treats and I have a very soft mouth. For those who don't know that term....it means I am very gentle when taking treats.
I like playing with my brother, Riley. If you have another dog for me to play with, that would be good. Or if you want to adopt me and my brother, that would be even better! Just ask what kind of deal they will make you on our adoption fee.
If you are interested in adopting me, please ask for an application from my foster mom at email@example.com. Please note that: We cannot adopt out to a home where the adults work most of the day. It is unhealthy and stressful to leave a dog alone, or to crate him/her for several hours every day. Our pups also require a fenced yard (real fence, (not electronic fences, tie-outs or kennels). We can help you with ideas if you want to easily install an inexpensive type fence before your dog transports. If you don't have a fenced yard or don't plan to install one before your pup joins you, we cannot accept your application! It goes without saying that we expect the dog to be loved and considered a part of the family and not live outside but we feel a dog needs a safe place to exercise.
Our fee is $325 and is tax deductible as we are a registered charity. There is an additional refundable $100 spay/neuter fee. Thank you for rescuing.. Please do not send your payment until you are notified that your application has been approved.
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