My name is Merry!

Bichon Frise Mix Dog for adoption in Homer, New York - Merry
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I'm being cared for by:
Hubbards Hounds Dog Rescue

Facts about Merry

  • Breed: Bichon Frise Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 826
UPDATE 3/6/16: Merry is a 14 year old, very frightened Bichon Frise that was a puppymill survivor. She has fear issues that has caused her to be moved from foster homes with men to an all female home. She does not care for men and has bitten. She bites mostly men but did bite one of her foster moms. She is a bigger girl and is about 14 years old now. She likes to "talk" and she is very good with other dogs. She is very afraid of touch and only tolerates it for a short time. She is not potty trained but does on occasion use a potty pad. She will tolerate a leash but does not walk well due to her fear issues. Merry needs an all female home that is quiet. A securely fenced yard and no kids due to the biting and fear issues. It is very sad what people have done to her for their own greed. I hope someone can look past her emotional scars and help her become the dog she was meant to be.

Merry is a 12 year old mill survivor with a significant bite hx and a big fear of men. She is a larger Bichon that weighs about 22 pounds.She is healthy and wonderful with the other dogs, but she does not like to be touched by people . She is happy and silly but hates the outside. She is a work in process and tolerates a leash but is not really walkable. She requires a fenced yard, adult home with folks that are willing to take her as is and willing to kindly work with her to progress. An all female home would be best. If interested in Merry, go to and submit an application. NO PHONE CALLS!

Adoption donation is $100.00

About Hubbards Hounds Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

The rescue was started in 2008 and we are dedicated to providing shelter dogs, puppy mill dogs, and owner turn-ins a second chance at a good life. Director Susan Hubbard will do everything possible to ensure the care of a dog. I own 3 rescue dogs and a rescued cat, all adopted from rescues or shelters. Every dog is important and the right home is out there for all of them! "Saving one dog at a time"

Come Meet Our Pets...

We don't have a kennel, meeting a dog can be arranged by appointment once an application has been submitted and approved.

Our Adoption Process...

This rescue group does have a contract and donation requirement to adopt a dog. This helps us to ensure the dogs safety for the remainder of his/her life and to continue to rescue dogs in need to rehome them. An applicaton must be filled out on our website, references checked, an interview done and a home visit check.