I'm being cared for by: BARRK Bark Animal Rescue & Rehab for K9'S - NY Chapter
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Harry
Breed: Corgi/Bulldog Mix
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Little Harry was rescued from a high kill shelter. He was sick so we rushed him to our vet. Adorable Harry is now a delightful healthy and happy puppy. He loves other dogs, cats and kids! He would make a fantastic family addition to most families! He is about 12 weeks old now. Both his parents were no more than 30lb.
About BARRK Bark Animal Rescue & Rehab for K9'S - NY Chapter
BARRKLI was created by Kristina Howley after many years of working with many wonderful groups in the animal rescue industry. Most recently my work with SNARR Animal Rescue Northeast has encouraged me to begin a new chapter of rescue focusing on the NYACC abandoned and "at risk" shelter dogs. While I will continue to help and support SNARR NE for the wonderful work they do, I am excited and hopeful to roll out BARRKLI to help even more dogs in the NY shelters and those in other area shelters of dire need. My initial goal is to build a small team of support for the local NYACC shelter dogs and eventually expand to help as many dogs as I can. One thing I have learned over the many years in rescue, is that the most successful rescuers have accepted that we can't save them all but the ones we do save we certainly can give our all too. My motto is and will continue to be "one dog at a time". And for that one dog, may his/her life be changed forever
Our Adoption Process...
Fees range from $250-$350 for adoption Adoption or foster contracts must be completed & approved. Home visits can be required.
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