I'm being cared for by: B.A.R.K. (Bandit's Adoption and Rescue of K-9's)
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Haley
Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Beagle Mix
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already spayed, not good with kids, and not good with dogs.
I am already spayed, not good with kids, and not good with dogs.
Does your ideal day consist of breakfast, a nice leisurely stroll around the neighborhood, followed by a couple hours of lounging on the couch, some quality snuggle time, and then dinner and a movie? That's Haley's ideal day and she'd love a partner in crime! Haley is an adorable mixed breed gal, who unfortunately lost her home when her family moved and could not take her with them. Haley is one of the sweetest, most gentle and loving dogs we have. Luckily, Haley was rescued and she is looking for that perfect, loving family to share the rest of her years. Haley is medium sized at about 35 to 40 pounds and walks nice and slowly on leash. she is very quiet, gentle and has wonderful manners. She loves to be spoiled and showered with affection, in return she will share her affection ever so gently with you (with the best puppy kisses!!). She would prefer a home without small children, as an only pet and someone with dog experience. She can be protective of her person in a home environment. At around 8 years young, Haley has plenty of spunk left in her and has a good energy level. But she is still perfectly content to lay on a couch with you for some quality time or play in the yard with her soccer ball - her favorite past time (besides eating cheese slices). This sweet girl has been waiting patiently for her forever home and will make a lovely companion for the right family. She is definitely one of our volunteer favorites at BARK! If you can be the safe haven and loving home for this very nice dog for the rest of her life, contact us at email@example.com,804-449-BARK (2275) or apply to www.barkva.org.
About B.A.R.K. (Bandit's Adoption and Rescue of K-9's)
The primary focus at B.A.R.K. (Bandit's Adoption and Rescue of K-9's)is rescuing orphaned or abandoned pets and other adoptable dogs from local shelters and finding loving, forever homes for them. B.A.R.K. covers healthcare costs for its orphans by using our Jessica Beath Clinic who provide routine vaccinations or booster shots, disease testing & treatment (heartworm, etc.), and spay/neuter services. B.A.R.K volunteer foster's provide safe environments for rescued animals until they are adopted by loving individuals and families. Our first priority is the care and safety of our orphans. We also do our best to be a resource for dog owners within the community and support others who are advocating for the welfare of dogs.
Come Meet Our Pets...
BARK has adoption events every Saturday at our Jessica Beath Clinic 12300 Farrington Road Ashland from 12:00 - 3:00 pm.
The 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month, BARK also has an adoption event at Cosner's Corner Petsmart 9751 Jefferson Davis Highway Fredericksburg Va 22407 from 11:00 - 2:00 pm
Our Adoption Process...
The potential adopter completes an application. The application is reviewed within 3-5 business days. If the application is approved, arrangements are made for a visit between the dog, a BARK representative and the potential applicant. At that time, if a decision is made to adopt the dog, a BARK contract is completed and an adoption donation of $150.00 is accepted.
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