already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Meet Harmony - a 10 month old Lab mix who came to RAD Rescue from the Pima Animal Care Center Decompression Program. Harmony was found as a stray and was very scared of just about everything. Thanks to volunteers and an amazing foster home, Harmony is doing great. She LOVES to cuddle, plays and protects her kiddos she shares the home with, loves to play in the water, and enjoys car rides. Harmony is still young and would do well with some basic obedience training to better develop her manners. She is very smart but can be a bit stubborn as most puppies are. A patient home is a must as she can take a little bit to open up to; however, once she befriends you, you have her infinite love and devotion. Adoption Fee: $125 (RAD Rescue can include 5 Basic Puppy Obedience Classes with The Complete Canine which will increase adoption fee to $250)
RAD is a volunteer based non-profit organization that is deeply committed to saving, healing and finding forever homes for the most challenged pooches who would otherwise be swallowed up in the shelter environment. We work primarily with senior dogs, with dogs suffering from severe medical or behavioral issues, and with dogs requiring hospice care.
Our dogs go into the warm environment of foster homes until they find their forever homes, and we provide them with support, medical care, and training.
We advocate for spay and neuter, vaccination & microchip education to prevent the overpopulation of dogs in Arizona shelters.
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