The following is a courtesy listing for Arkansas Animal Alliance. Please contact the rescue directly for additional information.
This is Bolt. This poor fella was rescued from a hoarding situation. He come to be on some property that a little lady owned. The lady had to go to a nursing home and she left about 30 dogs on her property who were all strays and that somehow all ended up with her. At least they were fed periodically. The little lady did what she could. Bolt was rescued and sent into foster. He is now current on shots and he has been fixed. He is believed to be a red heeler mix and around 1.5 years old. Bolt loves people and he enjoys to play fetch with a ball. Bolts foster mom says he loves to play with other dogs and he is very easy going. His only problem has been with other males dogs that are bigger then him. He is doing well in foster care and he is learning the basics. He does pull some in the leash. He appears to be scared of cats, he will tuck his tail and try to scurry off. Bolt is around 34-40 pounds. If you would like to give Bolt a chance at forever true love, let us know!
Date of intake: August 2016.
About Our Group...
Arkansas Animal Alliance hopes to eliminate the need for animal rescues by focusing on the causes of the problems in our state. We know there will always be need for animal rescue, but we can dream. AAA does intend to make it better for rescues. It will be a long process. So much needs to change in Arkansas. AAA will be involved in rural shelter projects in a way that will not only help one shelter pet but many or all future intakes. Educationing law enforcement and our lawmakers is key in our process, And we all know spay / neuter laws need to change, right?
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