Ruff Ruff! My name is Matti
|Breed:||English (Redtick) Coonhound/Pointer Mix||Color:||Unknown||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||5267749|
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
To adopt you must:
Be at least 21 years of age
Have the consent of all adults in the household
If you rent, have the consent of your landlord to have an indoor pet
Consent to a check of your veterinary reference as well as a home visit
TSDP does NOT adopt to outdoor only homes!
We do not require a fenced yard or any financial documentation.
We give preference to adopters with vet references as opposed to those looking for a first pet.
Matti is a super sweet female English Pointer or English Coonhound that was pulled from a Tennessee shelter recently. She's great with kids, dogs and cats. She loves people but approaches slowly and cautiously at first. Once she has met you though, she's highly loving and affectionate. Matti loves her outside play time and doesn't test fences. She became instant best friends with Zuzu and Curly.
Adoption fee is $180 and includes spay or neuter, all vaccines, negative heartworm test, deworming and current flea / tick preventative. To apply to adopt this precious pet, complete the application at http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/T733uinf5fhglob
Adoption fee is $180 and includes spay or neuter, all vaccines, negative heartworm test if over 6 months of age, de-worming and current flea / tick preventative. Adoption fee is payable directly to the veterinarian to cover the medical expenses associated with this dog. In some cases donations of food or supplies may be accepted. If you are interested, please ask the rescue when you apply to adopt. Cash / credit card donations are not accepted for adoption directly to the rescue. To apply to adopt this precious pet, complete the application at http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/T733uinf5fhglob Once your adoption application has been received it will be reviewed within 48 business hours and you will be contact by mail. Please make sure you complete the entire application completely, as any unanswered questions will delay the review process or cause your application to immediately be denied. After an application has been completed, if accepted we will set up a date and time at your convenience for a home visit. You can visit the pet once your application has been approved by appointment prior to the home visit. A pet is not considered adopted and will remain available for adoption until the application has been approved, a home visit has been completed, an adoption contract has been signed and the payment has been made to the veterinarian for the medical bills. We do not hold pets for anyone under an circumstances unless these steps have all been completed.
Rescue Group Info...
We work to save the lives of unwanted pets, as well as offer reduced cost spay / neuter for the public, provide vaccination and other services to the community, some times at no charge. Our ultimate goal is to save lives.
Pet meet and greets can be arranged after an application has been approved. All pets are kept in private foster homes where they can be housebroken and start working on basic obedience. We do not have a facility with standard hours at this time.
All adopters must first complete the adoption application IN FULL. Please DO NOT leave any fields blank. If they do no apply to you, enter N/A in that space. We WILL confirm ALL information in your application and any false information given will result in an automatic denial of adoption. If approved, we will set up a home visit and if that goes well you'll be given an opportunity to adopt them pet. Please contact your vet and your landlord if you have them and let them know they will be hearing from us. This greatly speeds up the adoption process for you! Application for adoption can be found at this link: http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/T733uinf5fhglob
We are a small group of local rescuers that save animals from euthanasia in shelters that are trying to become a no kill facility. We feel that by supporting the shelters that want to do the right thing, we are encouraging them to help save as many as they can!