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My name is Zelda!

Boxer/American Bulldog Mix Dog for adoption in KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina - Zelda
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I'm being cared for by:
Cabarrus Pets Society

Facts about Zelda

  • Breed: Boxer/American Bulldog Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10775500-2170
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Zelda is a stray rescued from a neighboring county's animal shelter.  She
loves romping in the yard and going for family walks around the park.  She
also enjoys stretching out on her back for a good belly rub.  She is gentle
around children and she enjoys meeting new people, but she will
occasionally jump/bump until she is corrected.  She LOVES our senior dog
and tries to get him excited about his toys long forgotten.
Zelda is a quick learner and has adjusted well to house- and
crate-training.  She understands basic commands like Sit and Stay and will
perform them even when there is a bowl of food begging to be pounced upon.
She does get into mischief on occasion and has to be reminded which toys
are hers and which are off-limits, but most of the time she sticks with her
Nyla bone and rope toys.  Just don't leave your sandwich near the edge of
the counter, or it's a goner!
Although she is a little hesitant to jump into the car for rides, she does
great while traveling.  We have tried limited off-leash training and she
has been very responsive when called.  She does need some leash training on
interacting with other animals, especially squirrels or cats (be prepared
to stand strong if you meet one on your walk!).
 

Zelda is such a smooshy-faced sweetheart with velvety ears and an adorable

underbite that sometimes *catches her upper lip* and makes her look like

Elvis.  But she's so much more than a 'hound dog' and we know her furever
family is just waiting to 'love her tender'!



Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.


If you would like to give this dog a "Furever Home" please fill out an online application located under the "Adopt" tab.

 Please keep in mind that it can take a couple of days for our volunteers to review your application and reply to you.  Cabarrus Pets Society reserves the right to perform in-home visits at our discretion.



About Cabarrus Pets Society

About Our Rescue Group...

Cabarrus Pets Society is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit , all breed, no-kill , organization whose purpose is to make our community a better place by rescuing unwanted dogs and puppies. We vaccinate, spay or neuter, restore them to health, and find them loving, deserving, permanent homes.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold adoption events every Saturday from 10am to 1pm at 207 S. Main St. in Kannapolis, NC. We always have a good selection of dogs and puppies, but our animals live in foster homes, so we ask that you give us at least two days' advanced notice if there is a particular pet you are interested in meeting.
Our adoption fee is $150.00 for dogs and puppies. This fee covers the spay/neuter surgery at a spay/neuter clinic in Charlotte or Concord, all shots are up to date as of the day of adoption, heartworm testing and preventative.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process starts with an adoption application. When you appy, we will do everything we can to assist you in adopting a companion animal that will be an excellent fit for you and your family. In the best interest of you and the animals, we sincerely want you to find you your "forever dog." We do vet reference checks and reserve the right to perform a home visit on any adoption.We reserve the right to refuse any applicant, if in our judgement, the home environment is not compatible with the needs of the animal or if the animal is not suitable for the applicant.
If you do your homework, adopting a rescue can be one of the most rewarding experiences of a lifetime.