Ruff Ruff! My name is Max
|Breed:||Labrador Retriever/American Bulldog Mix||Color:||Black||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||4890959|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Max is a very silly, laid back dog. She’s a couch potato most of the time and does great living in an apartment, but she also loves to play and wrestle. She’s fine being left alone and doesn’t require a crate. She knows basic commands (sit, down, wait, and come). She gets along well with cats, but doesn’t get along with some other dogs. She is a dominant female and can be possessive of her owners and so can sometimes act jealous towards other dogs. She would need to meet an interact with a potention doggie companion first, but would probably do best as an only dog. Small children also tend to scare her, so an older, calmer household would be Max's ideal home. She’s very loyal, loving, and will make you laugh.
Max is a 4-year-old Lab/Bully Breed mix.
Rescue Group Info...
We are a 501(c)(3) tax-deductible animal rescue organization whose mission is to save as many animals as possible. We work closely with Alachua County Animal Services to reduce euthanasias at the Alachua County shelter.
We adopt dogs and cats of all ages to good homes at the Gainesville Petsmart (Butler Plaza on Archer Rd, click for a map) every Saturday and Sunday. We have a great selection of adoptable animals, including puppies, adult dogs, small dogs, cats, and kittens. All of our animals have been started on vaccinations (depending on how long they have been with us, they may need further vaccinations after adoptions). All have been vet checked and treated for any notable illness. All dogs are heartworm negative and many have been through heartworm treatment in our program. Some of these animals may have special needs, all of which are discussed at time of adoption.
We often have specials on adult animal adoptions. Not that these animals have flaws, but they are slightly used and may not be perfect! These are adult animals looking for a permanent home and they have many different stories of their pasts and all deserve a second chance at the good life.
Gainesville Petsmart (Butler Plaza on Archer Rd, click for a map) every Saturday and Sunday
Potential adopters must fill out an application and take part in an interview. This process helps us to make better matches between potential adopters and adoptable pets. It is provides the opportunity to educate a potential adopter on what to expect after he or she brings home a rescued pet. Once a potential adopter has been approved for adoption we require an adoption fee, which covers the spay or neuter and all age appropriate vaccines for cats, dogs, kittens and puppies. All of our animals are on monthly flea and tick preventative and all dogs and puppies are on monthly heartworm preventative. At the time of adoption we also require the adopter to sign a contract agreeing to provide a loving home with the appropriate vet care as well as food, water, and shelter. In the future, if for any reason the adopter can not keep the pet we require the pet to be returned to our care with the original adoption paperwork.
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