already neutered, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Dodger and his sister Smokey were feral kittens that were dropped off at a friend's house by their mother when they were very young. (See Smokey's story.) They are both now friendly and socialized. Dodger would probably be OK with some children but he has a strange quirk--if you are petting him and stop without moving away quickly, he may nip, so I don't recommend that he be around small children.
Easthaven Dog Rescue is a small rescue organization and shelter. We rescue homeless, neglected, abused and/or abandoned pets, mainly from the Easthaven subdivision. We also have a program called "Shelter in Place." Shelter in Place assists people who currently own pets but want to give up their pets because of problems. We help solve the problems, allowing the owners to keep their pet. Some of the problems we help with include: owner can't afford vaccines or medical treatment, training and socialization problems, containment issues (no fence or fence needs repair), and other problems. We like to teach people what their pets need. Feel free to call or write if you have any pet questions.
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