already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Max was dumped by his previous family in a high kill New Jersey shelter. We saw right through that scruff to the sweet boy inside. At only around a year old he is full of potential! He lives for treats and is easily trick trained! He is wonderful with other dogs and cats! Max should not go to a home with small children but kids who won't jump on, grab, or startle him suddenly are fine. He is a pro cuddler anfbreally just wants to be someone's best friend. Cratebtrained snd house broken this kid is movenin ready! Won't you give our little man, with the cutest snagged tooth you've ever seen, a chance at real Furever love?!
Furever Yours Rescue feels passionately about saving adoptable friendly dogs from unfortunate situations. We focus on saving "families", pregnant and nursing mothers, because all of our founding board members are single mothers themselves. We promote and educate the community about the benefits and importance of Spaying or Neutering pets. We love these pets and treat them like part of our families while in our care. We do it because we love them and know they just need a chance to thrive and be the amazing companions we see in them!
Come Meet Our Pets...
You can see our pets by appointment. You can check for convenient events on our Facebook page @Furever Yours Rescue
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption process is very simple. After filling and returning your application we will promptly review and contact references, if selected a home check will follow before you begin foster trial period. This is how we ensure a perfect fit. If your trial is a success then we sign our adoption contract and graciously accept your donation of $500.
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