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My name is Bam!

American Staffordshire Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Aurora, Colorado - Bam
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Rescued for Life Inc.

Facts about Bam

  • Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
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Meet Bam! He’s one handsome Am Staff mix! He’s a big strong boy at about 75lbs, but mellowed out a bit since he’s 6 years old. If you want to avoid the puppy phase but like having a buddy around, he’s perfect! Bam knows hisbasic commands and has figured out his likes and dislikes. His likes include food (lots of food), bones, toys of all kinds, attention, your lap, kisses, walks, car rides and definitely water!! Speaking of walks, his family has reported that he is ‘leash reactive’ however we did not encounter that during his assessment and have determined he fancies himself the protector of his pack. He can be a bit jealous so he’d prefer you direct all your love and attention in his direction. Bam would like to be the only dog in your life if possible, but experienced owners with a balanced pack may also work as well. Of course he’d like to meet all family members!
He’d do best with children over 8 that are dog savvy. Now for the dislikes – running, nail trims,
vet appointments, loud noises and cats. He doesn’t dislike cats in the way you’d think, he
finds them terrifying, so let’s not stress the poor guy out by making him live with a big scary kitty.
Are you ready to add this silly pitty to your life? Just think of the slobbery kisses and impromptu
water fights! Oh, but let’s not forget he’d also like a strong pack leader so he doesn’t need to do
all that protecting! He’s house and crate trained. Please open your heart and home for Bam.

About Rescued for Life Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Life wasn't kind to most of the dogs entering our Shelter system, leaving them with emotional and physical scaring.
To many are immediately adopted out , before being rehabilitated just to find themselves a few weeks, month or years later in the system again facing the inevitable "death".
Rescued for Life is diligently working to change that through our mission to give the dog the time and extra care needed to detect and treat underlining issues resulting in a variety behavioral problems.
Rehabilitation and training are the key elements leading to a long and happy life for the dog, and a lasting, joyful relationship with its owner.

RFL rescue focused on individualized medical and behavioral rehabilitation for homeless dogs that would otherwise be euthanized. Once an animal enters our program, we make a commitment to care for that individual for life.


Through this vital work, Rescued for Life:

• saves lives

• enhances the human-animal bond

• ensures successful and long-term re-homing

• gives back to the community through humane education programs

Rescued for Life, Inc. is a non-profit organization (501c3)
EIN 45-3040231
We are licensed with the Colorado Secretary of State.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a foster home based rescue not a facility.
A meet and greets can be arranged in the evenings or on weekends.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Fees:

payable by cash, check or paypal
fee for returned check is $35.00

Puppies (3-6 month of age) – $ 325
Puppies (7-12 month of age) - $ 275
Dogs (1 to 7 years of age ) – $ 225 + up
each dogs adoption fee is on their profile
Dogs ( 8 years and older ) -- $ 125
( If a DNA test has been done there is an extra fee of $70 )

EVERY dog we offer for adoption has already been spayed/ neutered, has been given age-appropriate vaccines, is dewormed and micro - chipped.

All adoption fees go directly to Rescued for Life, Inc. to help pay for medical expenses, spaying/neutering, transport, boarding, training, etc..

Requirements

~ Adopters must be at least 21 years of age
~ Renters will need written proof of permission to own pets
~ Adopters who live in a condos/ townhouses/ trailers are
required to bring a copy of their condo/ townhouse/trailer regulations or bylaws.

Criteria such as the need for a fence, hours the animal may be left alone, level of experience required, etc will be determined according to the needs of each dog .
Adoption approval is at the sole discretion of Rescued for Life, Inc.

Adoption Procedures

STEP ONE: Think it through. Do you have the time, energy and resources to devote to a new pet? Are you committed to caring for the pet for the next 10-15 years? Do you know what kind of pet would be best for your household?


STEP TWO: Browse our website and choose a potential candidate. If you see a dog you like ~ please fill out the adoption application and indicate what dog are you interested in.
After we received your application we will contact you to arrange and combine a home visit with a meet and greet.

STEP THREE: Adoption Contract. Once approved, you will need to finalize your adoption by completing an adoption contract and paying the adoption fee in cash, check or with
paypal (see list of adoption fees at the top of the page). At that time, available medical records will be provided along with a variety of other information.

STEP FOUR: Rescued for Life, Inc. is committed to the animals it rescues for their entire lifetime. Therefore, once an animal is adopted, RFL reserves the right to:

Check on the pet at any time to ensure its well-being.
Remove the pet from the home if any conditions of the adoption contract have been violated or, if in the opinion of RFL, the environment is unsafe.
If at any time you cannot keep your pet, you must return it to RFL and not to any other individual or shelter.

We cannot guarantee the health of any animals adopted. Any time you adopt an animal, you should take it to the vet as soon as possible. Your animal has been checked by a vet, but will need to be started immediately on a program of
preventative vet care.

Please be aware that the animals available for adoption are rescue animals and, as such, have often been exposed to a variety of diseases. Like human illnesses, these disorders can have an incubation period of up to several weeks. If the
animal you adopt shows signs of illness in the first weeks after it has been adopted, please inform us and take it to the vet for treatment. Once an animal is adopted, the adopter is responsible for all medical expenses.