already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Dolly was found in aweful shape. Her nails were very long, her hair was matted and she was full of fleas. The 2 ladies who found her bathed her then called the rescue. I took her to the vet the next day. They spayed her,removed 3 bad teeth and 2 Mamory tumors on her teet. Dolly is heart worm neg. Dolly is now a totally different dog. She is very lovable and will follow you around the house. Her right eye has cateracts and the vet don't think she has much vision in it. But she has no problems with that eye. She can still see fine in her other eye and gets around just fine. I think Dolly would do good in a home with another older dog. She gets along with all the dogs here young, old big and small but she don't like the young dogs climbing on her and trying to play with her. She loves to car ride. The vet said her heart and lungs sounded good and she still had plenty of years in her. The vet estimated Dolly to be about 10 years old. But don't let that full you as she gets around like a puppy..She is a quiet dog as far as barking as she does not do alot of it..Dolly is now kennel trained. Even tho she loves to sleep in the bed with you..You will find one of the pictures I posted of Dolly her hair is long and not in good shape that was when we first found her. If you are interested in adoption Dolly please full out a adoption application.
My name is Rose Ellison,my husband Danny Ellison is the owner of Rosies Rescues. We are a 501c3 rescue. We find dogs and puppies there forever homes. Sometimes we get a kitten in that needs a new home also. We do this for our love of animals. I hate to see a animal hungry and running loose. I keep dog food in my car and will stop and feed a dog if I see one running loose. Here is the link to fill out for a application for a adoption form if you would like to adopt one of our loving dogs,puppies,or kittens.: www.adoptapet.com/rosies-rescuesoftn/adoption-application/
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We do this out of our home at this time so please call before coming to see a dog we have listed for adoption. We are located at 1010 State Route 22. Tiptonville. Tn Our phone number is 731-253-3153. We are a 501c3 rescue. Which means all donations are tax deductible.
Our Adoption Process...
You will be asked to fill out a adoption application prior to adopting a pet.I will go over the application and call you or email you if you have been approved. A home check will be done. If the person is not close to us I will ask for a fellow rescue person to do the home visit.Our adoption fee is $250 for any dog or puppy in our care. If we have a bonded pair of dogs we charge $350 for both dogs when they are adopted. You will be asked to pay a deposit which will be $125 and then you will pay $125 when picking up your dog/puppy when he/she is ready. If you should change your mind the deposit is non-refundable. All of our dogs are spayed and or neutered upon adoption and up to date on there vaccines,our pets are now micro-chipped prior to adoption. When we have a cat/kitten for adoption the fee will be $75. Here is the link for the application to fill out for a dog/cat to:www.adoptapet.com/rosies-rescuesoftn/adoption-application/
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