Indy is a spayed female dog available for adoption. She is 18 months old, up to date on vaccinations, and current on heartworm prevention. She needs a home with no cats. She is a medium size dog and weighs about 41 pounds. We think she may be an Australian Shepherd or a Collie mix.
She's very social. She is affectionate, and likes to lick a lot. She gets along well with the grown ups and teenager in her current home. She hasn't really been around children, so we are not sure how she is with kids.
She barks rarely, only when other dogs in the neighborhood bark. She also barked once when she saw a snake.
She isn't mean to the other dog in her current home, but likes to assert her dominance. She might do best in a home where she can have a job to keep her busy. Maybe a farm, as she seems to want to herd the other dog in her current home.
Her adoption fee is only $100.00 to a qualified family or individual. If another rescue wants her, there is no fee to transfer her to your rescue. We are willing to send her up North if a home or rescue there wants her. If you are an individual or family member wanting to adopt her, the first step is to fill out our prescreening application and send it in. You can download it from our website, fill it out, save it as a new file, and attach it to an email to send to us. If you are a rescue wanting to have her transferred to your group, please email us from the official email address with the rescue's name, address, phone, information, and website & Facebook urls so we can verify first before a transfer is arranged. http://acadianahumane.org/catblogger/view-our-adoptable-pets/ Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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