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My name is Skipper!

Corgi/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Morristown, New Jersey - Skipper
Photo 1 - Corgi/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Morristown, New Jersey - Skipper
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Friends of Sochi Dogs

Facts about Skipper

  • Breed: Corgi/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Skipper is 2 years old, 30 lib Corgi/Lab mix

Skipper is very sweet, loving and playful. He wants to be loved and appreciated. He is smart and fast learner. 

Skipper has medium energy level. He enjoys playing and walking, but he is not hyper. Skipper is not a morning person and prefers to sleep in. Skipper does need his daily walks.  Skipper loves to play with other dogs. 

Skipper is 100% house broken.  Skipper might get grumpy when he is afraid or tired. The best way to calm him is to comfort him like a baby, hold him tight, tap him gently and comforting him with loving voice, reassure him that everything is fine. It's NOT a good idea to keep him in a cage as a punishment.     
Skipper needs a very loving home. It's important for Skipper to feel loved and disciplined only with love, not punishment. He learns by comfort and love, not by fear. 

Skipper was adopted in 2016 but a family circumstance has him looking for another home. 

You can find more pictures of him on our website: http://www.sochidogs.org/skipper

If you are interested in adopting Skipper or learning more please fill out our adoption application: http://www.sochidogs.org/adoption-inquiry/

Friends of Sochi Dogs is a trailblazing non-profit organization committed to improving the welfare of abandoned dogs through education, adoption, and sterilization programs.
http://www.sochidogs.org/

About Friends of Sochi Dogs

About Our Rescue Group...

Sochi Dogs was born during the Winter 2014 Olympic Games when we learned about the tremendous stray dog crisis in Sochi, Russia. Olympic athletes were able to save a few dogs during the Olympics but thousands more are still on the streets, and after the media left the problem did not get resolved, only forgotten. The city does not have humane means to deal with the overpopulation so instead it employs exterminators to poison dogs.

At Sochi Dogs we save as many street dogs as we possibly can. We run a no-kill shelter, facilitate adoptions around the globe, educate the community about spaying/neutering, and helps curb the stray dog population through community sterilization program.

We have found homes for more than 200 dogs, which are now reside all over the globe including New Jersey, New York, Texas, Maryland, Washington, Michigan, Maine, Virginia, Delaware, California, Canada, Poland, Germany and Scotland.

You can learn more about our work here: http://www.sochidogs.org/

Sochi Dogs is always looking for foster homes, so if you have a little extra room please send us an email! info@sochidogs.org

Come Meet Our Pets...

You can meet our dogs available for adoption here:
http://www.sochidogs.org/ourdogs/

Our Adoption Process...

Our dogs fly from our shelter in Sochi to airports around the globe where their new families are waiting to greet them.

Step One: Check out the dogs that are available at our shelter, choose who you think will be a good companion and then fill out our adoption application.

Step Two: We'll reply to you with 48 hours, help match you to the perfect pooch and provide an estimate the cost of transporting your Sochi dog.

Step Three: We ask for 1-3 weeks for prepare the necessary paperwork. Your dog will arrive with an International Passport and Health Certificate. During this time we'll work with you to find an arrival date that fits your schedule.

Learn more about the adoption process here: http://www.sochidogs.org/adopt

Please note, we do have some dogs in foster care in the US and Canada. The adoption process for those is slightly different.

Every dog that is adopted through our organization has been vetted, 100% vaccinated and spayed/neutered. We ask adopters to fill out an adoption application (found here: http://www.sochidogs.org/adoption-inquiry) .