Ruff Ruff! My name is Rusty
|Breed:||Golden Retriever Mix||Color:||Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Male||ID#:||4948943-12-100|
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
My name is Rusty. I am about 4 years old and a Golden mix who was found at the Eastside MCACCS Shelter last fall. For the last several weeks, I have been in residence at Partners Dog Training Camp in Cave Creek learning leash manners and such basic obedience commands such as sit, down, heel, stay and come. Sometimes I have had problems with other dogs and with people I don't know, but recently I have been very well behaved in my classes. For my forever home, I would like an individual or couple who have some experience with dog training, so that my training can be continued. I would also like to be an only pet.
If you are an experienced dog handler and interested in fostering this exceptional and deserving boy with the possibility of adoption please visit our webpage at http://www.arizonagoldenrescue.org/ and complete an Online Adoption Application to begin the process, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions and wish to be contacted.
Prior to adoption, all AGR dogs are given a full vet exam, including valley fever and heartworm tests, brought up to date on all vaccinations, given a microchip, neutered or spayed, and treated for any medical problems.
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Rescue Group Info...
Arizona Golden Rescue is an all-volunteer, non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to rescue displaced Golden Retrievers and mostly-Golden mixes that may have been abused, abandoned, neglected or unwanted or surrendered by their owners due to previously unforeseen circumstances, and find new, permanent homes for them. Rescued dogs are given a complete veterinary exam and their vaccines are updated; they are also microchipped, spayed or neutered, and tested for valley fever and heartworm. AGR provides emotional and medical rehabilitation and will pay for medications and for necessary surgeries. Through education at public appearances, AGR seeks to educate the public about the Golden Retriever breed and about responsible dog ownership, in order to help reduce the unwanted dog population.
Dates and times of regular meet-and-greets are shown on the Events Calendar on our Website.
Please note that all adoptable dogs remain on the website until their adoptions are finalized. As hard as we try to screen the adoptable dogs and their new potential "Forever Home", there is always the possibility that the FWITA (Foster With Intent To Adopt) and the adoptable dog are not compatible and then the dog would return to adoptable status"
Application must be submitted; can be downloaded from website. Home evaluation is done. Once approved, applicant must wait for placement of dog. If fostering with intent to adopt, applicant must pay membership fee (minimum $25 for single, $40 for household) and dog's adoption fee, which ranges from $350 for 0-2-year-old, to $325 for 2-5, $300 for 5- 9 and $250 for over 9. Organization covers all vet costs while dog is in foster care and until adoption is finalized.
State of Arizona