already neutered, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
I am already neutered, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
Introducing Hiro! He's a one year old male bully mix who joined CPR Fund K9 Rescue on June 27th. So far he's been good with other dogs, great with people and super happy to meet everyone and everything. He's an active dog who would do best with an active family. Hiro will start his training in the next week or two but, for now, we are just giving him time to decompress after being stuck in a very crowded, very scary high-kill city shelter for over two months. If Hiro seems like your kind of dude please check back soon for updates on this handsome guy's progress. You can also follow his journey at www.cprfund.com or by contacting his foster mom at Steph@cprfund.com.
The CPR Fund is an all-volunteer network of foster homes dedicated to rescuing adoptable dogs from local animal control facilities' "Death Row." Once given "clemency," all dogs are taken into our homes, vetted, spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, crate-trained (or started), housebroken (or started), and given whatever else they might need, especially the love and attention they truly deserve.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We hold adoption events at several locations around Northwest Indiana & greater Chicagoland. You can always check our upcoming events at http://www.cprfund.com/adoption_days.htm
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption Fees: Puppies: Under 6 months - $200.00 Adults: 6 months to 6 years - $175.00 Adults: 6 years and up - $150.00
This includes all vaccines (as appropriate for the dog's age), any needed testing/medication, spay/neuter, and microchip.
You can fill out our online application at: http://cprfund.com/Adoption-Application.aspx
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