My name is Haley!

American Staffordshire Terrier Dog for adoption in Lakewood, Colorado - Haley
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Sunrise Foundation, Ltd.

Facts about Haley

  • Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Adult Female, American Staffordshire Terrier. Haley came from a high kill shelter. She was found wandering with her mom Bella Star. She is so happy to be in a safe loving environment. Haley was adopted as a puppy but was returned to Sunrise. She is a beautiful adult girl now, looking for her forever home, again. Haley needs to be the only pet in the home because of her short temper with other dogs and her prey drive with other animals. She LOVES to be with people, never met a person she didn't like. She's well behaved in a home, loves to cuddle on the couch in the evenings and is a total snuggle bug. If you would like to meet her, please fill out an application on our website. She knows how to use a doggie door, is spayed, micro chipped.& shots up to date. She was born around March 09 and she weighs 55 pounds. $250 to wonderful home. Home visits and references are required on all adoptions. If you would like more information about our rescue and our dogs, including more photos, visit our website at

About Sunrise Foundation, Ltd.

About Our Rescue Group...

Non-profit dog rescue, Sunrise Foundation’s mission is helping discarded, stray and unwanted dogs that need a second chance at finding a forever home.

We truly believe that there is a special place out there for all unwanted and abandoned dogs. We run a rescue group that strongly believes in spaying and neutering all dogs. All Sunrise Foundation dogs will be spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, de-wormed, health checked, have a fecal exam and are up to date on all vaccinations that are age appropriate.

Our dogs live in a home environment until they find their “forever home”. Please contact us, we can give you loads of information about the dogs in our care.

We are a small charity and absolutely committed to finding the best possible placement for each of our dogs.

Sunrise Foundation, LTD. was started back in the 1960's by a couple who came from England on the Queen Mary, Sam and Kitty Langdon. It was incorportated and earned it's designation as a 501C-3 charity back in 1972.

Come Meet Our Pets...

You are welcome to meet any of our pets by appointment. If you find one who is of particular interest to you, please copy and paste the adoption application text below into an email, fill it out and email it to

Adoption Application

Home Phone:
Work Phone:
Co-Applicant Work Phone:
Cell Phone:
E-mail Address:
Whom are you applying to adopt?
Employer’s phone number:
Co-Applicant Occupation:
Co-Applicant’s Employer:
Co-Applicant’s Employer phone number:
How many adults live in home:
How many children:
Their ages?
Does anyone in the home smoke?
Does anyone in the household have any felony convictions?
Do you own or rent your residence:
What type of residence is it:
Do you have a fence enclosing the yard on all four sides:
How tall is the fence on all sides:
North side: what kind
South side: what kind
West side: what kind
East side: what kind
Is there a gate:
Do you have a doggie door:
Is this your first pet:
Do you have any current pets:
Are all pets spayed or neutered:
What is age, breed and sex of each current pet:
Have you ever turned a pet into a shelter:
If yes, please explain:
What is the name and phone number of your current vet:
Do I have your permission to contact him/her for a reference:
Personal References:

How many dogs have you owned in the past 5 years:
What breeds:
What happened to the dogs:

In the event of injury or illness, what would be the maximum you would spend on the vet bills? (check one)
$1 - $100___ $101 - $250___ $251 - $500 ___ $500 - $1,000___ $1,000 - $2,500 ____ $2,501 -$5,000____ Whatever it costs_____

What would happen to the dog is the vet bills go over this amount?
What is the approximate amount you would expect to spend in vet bills per year?
Will you keep the dog up-to-date on vaccinations?
In the event of your death or debilitating illness what provisions will you make for the dog’s continued care?
Where will the dog spend most of it’s time:
Where will the dog sleep:
Will the dog be allowed on the furniture:
How many hours a day will the dog be alone:
Where will the dog be during this time:
Would you ever allow your dog to ride in the back of a pickup truck?
Are there times when the dog would be tied up?
What will you feed the pet:
Are you willing to exercise your pet on a regular basis?
How would you discipline your pet?:

If the dog/puppy is not housebroken, what method will you use to train it:

Why would you be a good home for a pet:

Notes on anything else we should know:

(Applicant Signature)(Date)

(Co-applicant signature)(Date)

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fee is $250. There is an adoption application and an adoption contract. A completed adoption application is required prior to arranging a 'meet and greet.'

We try to adopt to families who own their own home, have a fenced yard with a doggie door and someone who is home the majority of the time.

We do check vet and personal references and do our very best to make sure the adoptee and adopter are perfect matches.

There is a two week money back guarantee on any of our pets. If for any reason the pet is not ideal for your situation, we'll take him/her back and refund your money. IF after two weeks you decide not to keep the pet, you must still surrender the pet to Sunrise Foundation, LTD., however after two weeks there is no refund.

We require the completion of an adoption application and require at least one home visit before placing any dog. Placement of each dog is in our sole and absolute discretion. Because we are a small charity, we may limit the geographical area in which we will place a dog as we require at least one home visit. This geographical limitation will be in our sole and absolute discretion.