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My name is Jessie-special girl!

Brussels Griffon/Lhasa Apso Mix Dog for adoption in Charlotte, North Carolina - Jessie-special girl
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Out Of Harm's Way

Facts about Jessie-special girl

  • Breed: Brussels Griffon/Lhasa Apso Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
Please meet Jessie ! Jessie is a very special case, beautiful and unique, although her heritage is unsure. She will need a very special family who will be able to help her grow and develop into a more confident, assured young girl. Her history is very sad. She was actually confiscated by police from a terrible puppymill, in bad shape. She has made great progress since coming into foster. She LOVES other dogs, has no interest in cats. She is housetrained, and walks on a leash beautifully. She loves to go for walks, but is very hesitant during the daytime. At night, she feels comfortable and enjoys every minute. She does sleep in a crate at night, but much prefers being with her people the rest of the time.
She is learning to trust people, but slowly. Women are her favorites, although she has learned to love her foster Dad. However, she is very scared of meeting new people, particularly men. This little girl will need time to continue to adjust to a normal life. Many things still scare her, and she will need a family who is willing to continue to work with her on this. She is up to date on vaccines and spayed. She weighs between 16-17 lbs. For more info, please contact foster mom Chris at chrismorr@live.com. Vet check and adoption application apply.

About Out Of Harm's Way

About Our Rescue Group...

The Out Of Harm's Way mission is to improve the lives of homeless, abandoned, neglected and abused dogs and cats through our rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing efforts. We endeavor to remove them from harm‘s way by pulling them from kill shelters, taking them in through owner surrenders, providing for their immediate medical needs, evaluating their behavioral and social needs, then finding suitable placements for them so that they may live out the remainder of their lives happy, healthy, and well loved. We seek to show all these animals the love and respect they deserve that comes through humane care, heartfelt compassion and the touch of human kindness.

Our Adoption Process...

When our dogs and cats are placed, Out Of Harm's Way requires an adoption contract to be signed by the adoptive family. We hold this as a legal and binding contract between the rescue and the adoptive family insuring the future well-being of their new family member. Out Of Harm's Way also requires an adoption fee with each adoption so that our rescue may cover the inevitable costs involved in pulling, vetting, maintaining and placing these needy dogs and cats. Each new rescue dog/cat requires a hefty financial outlay. Adoption fees enable us to continue our rescue efforts by supporting ongoing expenses and provide reimbursement for the cost of the spay/neuter, microchipping and any veterinary care required prior to placement, and in some instances, even travel costs. In all cases, the expenses related to a particular dog/cat will be covered by the set adoption fee. Please remember that our rescue has invested tons of time, effort and money into all these animals. We simply must recoup this investment in order to continue rescuing needy animals. You may also consider that if an adoption fee is beyond your means, you may need to consider a pet which does not require as much care and expense as a dog or cat. Please keep in mind that the normal care and upkeep of any pet requires an ongoing financial outlay.