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Happy Dogs of New England
Facts about Tyler
- Breed: Labrador Retriever/Rottweiler Mix
- Color: Black - With Brown, Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
- Age: Young
- Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
- Sex: Male
- ID#: 5466135
My name is Tyler!
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Tyler is a darling boy who was rescued from a field with several other stray dogs. Tyler had an injured leg when we rescued him - his joint was out of the socket, but we provided the surgery he needed, and he has healed up nicely. Tyler spent a quite a while living as a stray dog, scavenging for food and living with no concept of what a loving home was. However, now that he has had a taste of what it means to be a pet, he can't get enough of it and he's adjusting very well.
This sweet boy is very loving and likes being around people. He gets along with other dogs and enjoys his play time. He also settles down very well inside and likes to cuddle with you. Tyler is neutered, up-to-date on his shots, and coming along well with his housetraining.
Will you please consider opening your heart and home to this darling today? He is waiting patiently for his own forever home...
Adoption fee for dogs: $565 (this includes $140 non-refundable transport fee from the south to New England and a non-refundable $85 quarantine fee)
The fee covers:
- Age-appropriate DA2PP, or similar distemper/parvo vaccinations
- Interstate health certificate and pre-transport vet visit
- spay/neuter (or voucher for pups who are too young)
- rabies vaccine, if veterinarian issuing the health certificate deems the dog old enough
- bordatella vaccine (kennel cough) for pups over 12 wks
- broad-spectrum worming, as indicated on vet sheet
- our rescue adheres to a specific pre-transport vetting regimen, approved by our rescue vets
- all dogs are either heartworm negative or have been treated for heartworm under the advisement of our rescue veterinarians
- flea/tick preventative AND/OR flea/tick bath
- temperament test
- Our veterinarian in New Hampshire will see your dog again upon arrival and your dog will have a 48-hour state mandated quarantine. Our veterinarian will examine your dog, perform a fecal exam and re-issue a second health certificate prior to your taking your dog home. Your dog will reside at this facility, which has medical staff on hand 24 hours a day
- Adopters are given all vet records in a packet
- All our dogs and pups are fed grain-free food and the adopters are given a sample packet of food upon pick-up
All our puppies and dogs have been well-socialized and handled a lot by their loving foster home caregivers. We cannot guarantee a fully housetrained puppy or dog.
All dogs being transported from the Hoosier Division are transported by Happy Dogs USA. All dogs coming from TN will be transported via a commercial transport company who is licensed.
Check website for more details about our group and our personalized adoption process. Our group strives to find the best home for each dog and we want each adopter to find the best dog for his or her family. Many Happy Dogs are waiting for their forever homes.
To adopt, you must first fill out an ADOPTION APPLICATION to speak with an adoption counselor, who will go over any questions you may have and guide you through the adoption. Microchip implantation can be arranged directly with your adoption counselor. Additional charges apply.
Happy Dogs of New England, Inc. is a nonprofit organization within New Hampshire and we are licensed with the State of New Hampshire Department of Agriculture. Happy Dogs USA has a 501©3 pending. Our FEIN is 27-0339233.