Meet Hammy! He is a golden retriever mix guess and was adopted as a 4 month old puppy. Unfortunately his family situation changed and he came to For Belle's Sake Rescue. This guy is AWESOME! We know his forever home and family is out there. He is great with all other dogs, cats, and children. And I mean GREAT with children. He is the perfect companion and house dog. Hammy hasn't had any accidents in the house although we don't guarantee any resident housetrained. He leashes well and is just an awesome boy! He is shy with strangers but once he is familiar with his situation his true colors shine. He loves to be a part of the family and watches intently as the boys all play. He loves to play with other dogs too. We cannot say enough great things about this guy. Easiest dog at rescue! If interested in giving this boy a home, please visit forbellessake.org.
If interested in meeting and potentially adopting, please complete the adoption application located at forbellessake.org. Adoption fee is $175. All residents are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, and microchipped as well as other medical needs cared for prior to adoption.
*Breeds are not guaranteed. Rather they are based on appearance, vet guidance, or information from previous owner if a surrender.
*A fenced yard is required if a yard is present. If no yard due to apartment/condo, leash law and access to a dog park is required for adoption*
*No resident is guaranteed housetraining as we focus on major behavioral and medical rehabilitation. Basic training is also a great way for an adopter to bond with their adopted family member. Additionally, a dog displaying housetrained behaviors in rescue can regress in a new environment and routine.
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