Ruff Ruff! My name is Oscar
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Other Pets at Shelter...
|Breed:||Boxer||Color:||Brown/Chocolate - With White||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Male|
My name is Oscar and my rescue moms call me a typical boxer, what ever that means but the fact that I am only about 2 years old there is still a lot of time for me to learn what you want me to learn. All I love to do is run and play! I am current on all my vetting shots, and am heart worm negative. I am working on my crate training right now and am doing quite well or so I'm told. The other day I was out with a couple of my rescue moms so they could see how I did on a leash and I spotted a little black dog, well me being a boxer I wanted to play chase, My rescue moms reeled me in and I listened to them very well. So I really am not sure if I can go to a home with little dogs. Honestly I just want to play but I think I am just too big to understand that not all dogs can play rough like me. Please consider me for you new family member and give me my happy ending. If you are interested in adopting me please go to this wonderful rescues web site heavencanwaitanimalrescue.com and fill out an application.
Rescue Group Info...
Heaven Can Wait began it's journey of saving lives in October of 2010. 4 women, 1 dream, and mission of saving dogs. We all have volunteered in shelters and realized that shelter pets needed another option, because for most of them when their time was up, that was it.
January of 2012 we opened our "Lodge"(we call it that cause we DO NOT like the shelter word and we try not to even say it around our dogs). It's amazing, we try to make our dogs feel as comfortable and at home as possible. Because after all we are preparing them for their furever home.
We are a small rescue and we are so proud of all of the lives we have saved and are going to save....this is only the beginning. Also, we are helping our community become educated about pet care, spay and neuter, and what a shelter life can be for an animal.
Last but not least I have to brag about our volunteers, without them we could not exist. They are truly the backbone, they foster, help with fundraisers, network our dogs, and most of all have the same passion we do.
We are strictly a non-profit rescue located in a small southern Kentucky town. We survive off of fundraiser and donations. We decided early on that we wanted to keep all of our pups on a consistent diet all the time.
If you want to help this is a great way to help because the second largest expense we have is dog food. We feed Pedigree adult food, Purina puppy chow and who could forget about the Milk Bones!! Everyone needs to be rewarded right.
There are all kinds of ways you can help: Help network our pets for adoption, donate to the day to day use items such as:paper towels, bleach, Pedigree dog food, Milk Bones, dish washing detergent, laundry detergent, dog toy, collars, leashes, blankets, kundra beds, foster, ect.
We do our meet and greet and adoptions by appointment only.
Please call 270.847.9544 if you would like to schedule an appointment.
Our adoption process is quite simple. If you are interested in meeting or adopting one of our pets, please fill out an adoption application for review. After reviewing your application we will contact you and arrange a meet and greet with your potential new fur baby if your applications is approved. We have several of our pets in foster care so we have to work around foster mommy and daddies schedules.
Heaven Can Wait Animal Rescue, Inc.
is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending the senseless euthanasia of animals annually in Kentucky.
We strive to be a leader in education and awareness of the principles of responsible pet ownership. Through sterilization, rescue and rehabilitation programs we hope to make a difference in the lives of the shelter animals.
Our mission is to be a half way house where we can help house the animals while they are awaiting rescues, or their forever homes.
HCW and our volunteers are diligently working with the local shelters and the community to control the overpopulation and suffering of Feral Cats, House Cats, and Dogs by offering affordable spay and neuter programs.