Ruff Ruff! My name is DAISY
|Breed:||Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix||Color:||Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Female||ID#:||5348805|
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
The reason that we cannot keep our dog is because we already have 4
other dogs. Daisy is a mutt, I believe she is a terrier mix? She
weighs around 12 lbs, and she is 9 months old. She is current on all
of her shots and she will be spayed on Jan.24. She gets along with
the other dogs as well as people. I do not know if she gets along
with cats because we do not have any. She knows how to walk on a leash
and she is very energetic.
All of our adoptable animal companions are in foster homes. If you would like to meet this pet please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Before we arrange a personal meeting with one of our dogs we ask that you fill out an adoption application that we will send to you. We would like to determine that this pet will be a good fit for your family. Before you take home your new pet, a home visit is also required. If you live outside of the Fresno area, we can still arrange a home visit. Our adoption/rehoming fee for each animal companion varies depending on a number of factors. HFHAF is run solely by volunteers so it may take us a few days to get back to you.
Rescue Group Info...
Humanity for Healthy Animals Foundation (HFHAF) is an animal welfare charitable non-profit organization, Tax ID # 45-0678079. Although we can accept donations, host fund-raising events, and apply for grants, we are waiting for our 501(c) 3 application to be reviewed and approved. The Humanity for Healthy Animals Foundation’s mission is to promote the humane treatment of all animal companions, and to reduce the number of homeless animal companions in the City of Fresno.
1. To promote the health and well-being of the City of Fresno’s animal companions, HFHAF will provide educational assistance to its residents on how to keep their animal companions healthy and safe.
2. To initiate and support various health-focused activities and/or projects.
3. To help reduce the number of homeless animal companions at our overcrowded local shelters, HFHAF will promote foster and volunteer programs that are already in place at local rescue groups. We will seek assistance from reputable low-kill rescue organizations statewide and surrounding states.
4. To help address the dog and cat overpopulation problem in the City of Fresno, HFHAF will partner with local veterinarians to promote subsidized spay and neuter, vaccinations, and micro-chipping.
We exist to help relieve the pressure on our local animal shelters by providing the general public with information and resources to ensure their animal companions are properly cared for.
HFHAF was established to help address the animal welfare issues in the San Joaquin Valley of California. Given that we are a brand new organization, our current resources will be focused primarily on serving the residents of the City of Fresno and their animal companions. Our long-term goal is to extend our services to the surrounding cities in Fresno County and beyond. Therefore, our programs and services will be offered in phases.
Fees depend on whether animal is already spayed or neutered. Application and contract must be filled out and singed. Home visit required. Pet must be adopted as part of the family. No outside only animals are adopted out.
Fresno/Clovis, California and immediate area