Ranger and his three siblings were left in a box in a rural area of Louisiana in a ditch. His foster family stopped when they saw a puppy on the side of the road knowing there were no houses nearby and were surprised when 3 more ran out! They were full of fleas, hungry and dirty but were full of kisses for them. They are super sweet puppies who adore the kids. All four puppies love chew toys, balls and belly rubs. They even get along well with the families big dogs and their cats .
Ranger loves belly rubs! Though he can be a little timid around new people at first, once he gets to know you he's all about getting your attention!! He likes to chase after the tennis ball but hasn't quite learned the concept of fetch! He loves chew toys, crate time and kids. He is a playful happy boy, who loves to snuggle and tuck his nose in against you. Ranger does very well in car, like his siblings he is very affectionate.
As with all young puppies Ranger cannot be left alone more than a few hours each day. If you are hoping to adopt please have a plan in place for midday breaks, or perhaps ask to adopt a slightly older pup if you know you will be at work all day. Puppies need careful supervision and like to chew. We ask all adopters to complete a training class with their new family member also, it's great bonding time!
As a purely foster based rescue we have no central location at which you can visit our dogs, consequently we only honor meeting requests from preapproved adopters. Please fill in our online application at www.myaarf.org; as fully as you can. It won't obligate you to anything or any particular dog but gives us a great place from which to begin the matching process. Please allow 24-48 hours for a response from our busy volunteers. Adoption Fee is $400 which includes all transport, vetting (including spay/neuter at one of our approved vets) and microchipping.
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