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Animal Compassion Team of California
- Good with Kids
- Good with Dogs
already spayed, a special needs pet, good with kids, and good with dogs
My StoryYou can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
Madison is a golden-lab mix with Swimmer Puppy Syndrome.
Check out Madison's Facebook page for updates
Madison "swimmer puppy"
1/9/13 Madison is quickly approaching her first birthday. We had decided to wait to put her up for adoption untill 1 year so we could better know her abilitlys.
Madison is in daipers and is getting frequent urinary infections but other than the fact she walks on her front feet is a perfect happy puppy.
As you would imagine I WILL BE VERY VERY PICKY ABOUT HER FUREVER HOME. I have had Madison for 9 months and love her to pieces. She is also very attached to me. But That being said I do think that there is even a better home out there for her then mine. I would love to see madison out and about, she brings amazement and smiles wherever she goes. If she could go walk for the kids at valley childerns or at the veterans hospital she would inspire so many people. To see more photos / videos of madison check out her FB page.
If you think you have the best home in the world for her then feel free to fill out a application. I will be doing a home check so local adopters only.
Swimmer puppies have ribs that bow out, the heart and other organs may be pushed into the pleural cavity and displace or decrease the air volume of the lungs; as a result, untreated pups become lethargic, lacking
in energy and strength. The hind legs typically are extremely weak; they may be tucked under the torso or extend behind the pup, but in either case they have little or no movement. Water therapy and massage may be beneficial to improve coordination, muscle development, and better circulation.
Madison is a happy, little angel! She’s a real fighter; two in her litter died from Parvo. She loves playing and barking and being cuddled. With only one short week of massage therapy, her little hind legs have gone from being limp to showing movement and strength. We see this as a very promising sign that someday Madison will be running with the big dogs!
Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
All animals adopted from ACT are spayed/neutered, given age-appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, and microchipped prior to adoption. Every pet adoption comes with a free health exam in the first two weeks, provided by Pet Medical Center, Fresno, http://petmedcenterfresno.com/
- Dog Adoption Donation: $185
- Cat Adoption Donation: $65
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Animal Compassion Team of California
Adoption ProcessAdoption Information
In order to adopt a new family member from Animal Compassion Team (ACT) you need to first fill out our on-line application you can do this by clicking here. Please be very honest this will help us to assist you in making the best choice for your family and individual situation. Our goal is certainly not to judge but to help you make the perfect love connection.
All animals that are adopted will be Spayed/Neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated appropriately, provided a full spectrum de-wormer and have received a flea/tick preventative. Age appropriate testing for things like heartworm or feline diseases may also be done depending on the circumstances of the individual animal. Each pet comes with an initial free health exam from Pet Medical Center located in Fresno. This exam must be used within the first two weeks after adoption.
Our dog/puppy adoptions fees are: $185.00
Our cat/kitten adoption fees are: $65.00
About the Rescue Group
Our Mission Statement:
To provide a safe haven for domestic animals, regardless of breed or species, through rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and sanctuary. To advocate for the humane treatment of animals and promote the human-animal bond. To educate the public about the importance of kindness, compassion, and responsible pet ownership which will emphasize spaying and neutering. To cooperate and work with other animal rescues and shelters towards the goal of becoming a no-kill nation.