already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
Scout is a wonderful, smart, loving little small terrier mix who id doing fantastic in his training in New Leash on Life at Gaston Correctional. Scout is about a year old and weighs about 20lbs. He is the perfect size for someone who wants a walking running companion and a lap dog. FurBabies is in partnership with The NC Department of Public Safety and the New Leash on Life Program and Major is in the current training class. It is a WIN/WIN/WIN... A WIN for the Inmates because they have the opportunity to work with the animals, which gives them a purpose and an opportunity for employment when they are released from prison, a WIN for the dog because it learns all of the commands to earn it’s Canine Good Citizenship Certificate which is the first step in becoming a therapeutic dog and most schools, nursing homes and other locations allow dogs with Good Citizenship Training to be a part of programs at their facilities, and of course a WIN for the new owner who get and absolutely amazing highly trained rescue dog. For more information on adopting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
FurBabies is a Non-Profit group of volunteer dog lovers whose mission is to rescue, provide a safe and loving foster home and ultimately find an adoptive home for abandoned, stray and neglected dogs. Whenever possible we will assist families who, because of various circumstances, are unable to continue caring for their dogs (owner surrenders). Furbabies are housed in pre-approved foster homes whe re they will receive loving care. They are provided, as soon as possible after coming into our care, a medical evaluation, required vaccinations including but not limited to Distemper, Parvo, Rabies, and Bordetella. They will also receive any medical attention the Veterinarian deems necessary to restore them to optimal health. We will insure that they are in good health or are on their way to a full recovery before adoption. They are also spayed or neutered before being placed in their new homes. When time permits, FurBabies dogs are also house trained and taught basic obedience. All Furbabies Dogs are evaluated for temperament and personality. This helps us to place them in homes that are well suited to their needs and to the needs of their future owners. We will also provide locator services for pre-approved adoptive families. We work closely with many animal shelters, Humane Societies and other Rescue Groups.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Once we check your references and you are approved we will schedule an appointment for you to meet the dog that you interested in. All of our dogs are at foster home's until they find their forever homes.
Our Adoption Process...
Furbabies Animal Rescue’s adoption process is as follows: Fill out attached application and we do reference checks Visit ____ to see if you feel like he/she would be a good fit for your family (it is best that all family members including furry family members be at this meeting) If all of the above are okay a home visit (to your home for you to see _____ in your environment to make sure____ and you feel comfortable with him there. Transition - _____ comes to live with you at which time you sign an adoption agreement and pay the adoption fee. (often we can do 3 and 4 together so that the process can move more quickly.) I have attached the application if you would like to start the adoption process. ______ adoption fee is $_____ which includes all of his vetting, vaccines and neuter. _____ will also be up to date on his flea/tick and heartworm preventative. We can usually make this happen within a few days to a week.
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