I'm being cared for by: Circle Of Hope K9 Rescue CT
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Zander
Breed: Mixed Breed (Small)/Cattle Dog Mix
Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
good with kids and good with dogs.
I am good with kids and good with dogs.
Zander has a neuter scheduled and will not leave us until he is altered Zander and his two brothers ended up in a high kill shelter when their owners decided they were no longer cute little puppies and did not want them. He is a little shy but loves petting. He is great with other dogs of all ages...appears to be good with cats. Zander and his brothers have a natural short tail. Watching him play and be happy now that he is out of the shelter brings happiness to the heart!
Circle Of Hope K9 Rescue is made of up volunteers dedicated to finding loving forever homes for dogs in need. Most of our dogs and pups are removed from kill shelters and from streets where they have been abandoned or dumped. We have little history on them but we evaluate our dogs and pups, to make certain they are family quality animals.
Most all of our dogs and pups are listed plus there is also an application.
Our Adoption Process...
Circle Of Hope K9 Rescue adoption requirements begin with an application approval. All information we have regarding any animal is given up front in order to place the right dog in the right home.
Adoption fee is $450.00 which includes age appropriate vaccines, de-worming and spay/neuter. Dogs over 6 months of age are heartwormed tested and only those that are negative will be available for adoption.
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