Some pets are in the Shelter and others in Foster homes. Scroll thru description for contact info!! Or you may email firstname.lastname@example.org for pet info!
Cookie and Red came into GAP foster together. Their owner, a US veteran who suffered from dementia, was removed from her home, leaving her two dogs all alone. Fortunately, a kind neighbor saved them and contacted GAP! Cookie and Red are current on shots and fixed.Cookie is a 6-year-old black mouthed cur mix and is gorgeous. She is Red’s protector, although she is about half his size. Cookie does not do well with cats. She can also get protective of Red at the dog park, so if they are adopted together, that may not be the best place for them to visit together. Cookie is extremely smart and obedient. She will push your hand to exactly where she wants to be pet. She wants very much to please you, and sometimes she cannot help her cur-like ways. She is a hunter, a cattle dog, and an alpha female. She has the softest, silkiest fur especially around her face. She is a gorgeous dog and her temperament is exactly as a pure Cur would be. Please read up on her breed to understand her personality.Red, on the other hand, is a gentle and sweet big ol’ boy who does what Cookie tells him to do and not much more. He is very docile and funny. He is a big guy but would not hurt a fly. He is a hound with a lot of Rhodesian Ridgeback in him and is also a very attractive dog.Both dogs do well on a leash and are learning quickly how to go for a jog. They are improving rapidly with consistency. They obviously love each other, but they do not need to be adopted together although that would be optimal. In order to be adopted together, they would need to be the only dogs in the home. Both dogs would like to spend a little time in a large yard. Red likes to just hang out and roll around in the grass, and Cookie would do well with some squirrels to chase.Please contact Steffenie for more info email@example.com!
Dogs in Shelter or Foster Care: Males - $100 and Females - $125. This fee includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, including rabies shot, fecal, and heartworm test. If dog has not received these services, you will be responsible for taking the dog within 30 days to Animal Hospital & Clinic of Arlington. Male/female dogs that come into the Shelter spayed/neutered: Adoption Fee is $75 to include vaccinations, fecal and heartworm test thruAnimal Hospital & Clinic of Arlington.
Puppies in FOSTER CARE ONLY under 4 months old: Males - $125 and Females - $150. This includes 4 sets of vaccinations, deworming and spay/neuter/rabies shot thru Animal Hospital & Clinic of Arlington. If puppy is too young to be altered within 30 days, approximate time for spay/neuter will be set based on age.
Cats in Shelter or Foster Care: Males - $75 and Females - $100 – This fee includes spay/neuter, fecal and vaccinations (FVRCP-FELK and Rabies) thru Animal Hospital & Clinic of Arlington. If cat is not altered, spay/neuter appointment must be set within 30 days of adoption or based on kittens’ age. Male/female cats that come into the Shelter spayed/neutered: Adoption Fee is $50 to include vaccinations, fecal and Rabies shot. GAP does not test for Feline Leukemia (FeLV) or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV).
Kittens in FOSTER CARE ONLY under 4 months old: Males - $100 and Females - $125. This fee includes two sets of vaccinations (8-10 wks & 12 weeks + rabies shot), deworming, and spay/neuter when old enough thru Animal Hospital & Clinic of Arlington. GAP does not test for Feline Leukemia (FeLV) or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV).
If a pet has a special adoption fee, it will be listed in their individual posting!!
For pets in the shelter, please refer to the PET ID# when calling the Euless Animal Shelter at 817-685-1594.
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NOTE: Some shelters have physical locations you can visit; some of these shelters may only have pets for a limited time, so please do not wait for a reply—just go visit the shelter! Other organizations are rescue groups run by busy volunteers who may take a while to reply. You can find information about the shelter or rescue group caring for this pet, and their adoption procedures, on the pet's details page on Adopt-a-Pet.com.