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Armstrong was Rescued in loving memory of our Dear Friend and Rescue Partner Lois Armstrong she crossed the Bridge last month and is now loving all our Furbabies for us.She was the Director of DRNA,We partnered many times to save lives He was found as a stray in Chicago. He has been fully vetted and neutered and micro chipped. He is a 6 year old long haired Dachshund. he is Potty trained and gets along great with the Foster Cat Siblings. He loves to go for car rides and he enjoys spending time with you. He is a pretty low maintenance dude that does not require much. He will require grooming a few times a year and regular brushing. Thank you for your interest in adopting a pet from Guardians of the Green Mile Inc. We are a group of individuals that have come together to save the lives of animals that are in danger of being euthanized. We raise funds to fully vet the animals and to provide them with a stable home until they are adopted. All of the dogs in our Rescue are in Foster homes while they are looking for their forever family. The only time we put a dog in boarding is for a Foster to go on vacation if another Foster is not able to care for them. We appreciate your taking the time to fill out the application to adopt one of our Guardians of the Green Mile pets. The questions that we ask are to only find the right fit for all of our dogs and the families that will be adopting them. Adoption fees are $250 for dogs that are 1 year and older. $300 for puppies under 1 year. Included in the adoption fee: All animals will be fully vetted, micro chipped and spayed or neutered. (Deposit of $50.00 required if they are not old enough to have the surgery) Renter’s will be required to submit a copy of their lease agreement to verify Landlord and also All Fosters and Adopters that have personal animals must be spayed / neutered. Age appropriate and healthy enough for surgery, we will verify that with the reference call to your Veterinarian. We are 100% volunteer operated and will process your application within a few days to a week depending on volunteer availability. We will be checking with your veterinarian and personal references, please let them know ahead of time. Applicants will be interviewed and require a home visit before being approved to adopt or foster a dog from GOTGM. Here is the link to our Adoption or Foster Application http://jotform.us/form/43196636952162 Please complete the form to the best of your ability. Enter N/A if a question does not apply to you. Applicants must be 21 or older. Thank you Guardians of the Green Mile.
All of GOTGM pets are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. We do not adopt to households with pets who have not been spayed and/or neutered unless there is a medical reason. All pets will be fully vetted, UTD on vaccines, micro chipped, treated for parasites, and heartworm tested before adoption. Puppies that are too young for spay/neuter surgery at time of adoption will have the requirement and date included in their adoption contract. Adoption donation is $200 for dogs over 1 year old and $300 for puppies/dogs under 1 year old.
The first step to adopting or fostering from Guardians of the Green Mile is to complete our Adoption/Foster Application. Click on this link to access the online form, http://www.jotform.us/Gotgm/Adoption_Application
We are 100% volunteer operated and will process your application within a few days to a week depending on volunteer availability. We will be checking with your veterinarian and personal references. Applicants will be interviewed and require a home visit before being approved to adopt or foster a dog from GOTGM. Applicants must be 21 or older.
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