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My name is Lottie!
Facts about Lottie
- Breed: Boxer Mix
- Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
- Age: Adult
- Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
- Sex: Female
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, not good with dogs, and good with cats.
Contact: Linda at 704-900-8019 or complete online application and send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Adoption Application (click to download)
We are now showing our adoptable pets at Tractor Supply, off Hwy 29 in Concord, NC on Saturdays from 1-5 PM. Come and meet them, as well as, tell any friends or family about our rescue dogs and cats.
Lottie is a very loving, affectionate big girl that is looking for her forever home. Lottie was adopted from ARC as a small puppy about 5 yrs ago but now finds herself in rescue again for extenuating circumstances. Lottie bonds very closely and quickly with her family and tends to be a little jealous of other dogs; therefore, Lottie would be best as an only dog in the house. Lottie is housetrained, stays inside the fence, in the house during bad weather and at night. Lottie is not an outside dog. Would love to go for long walks, dog park, etc and would be a wonderful companion.
The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, deworming, rabies (age permitting) and microchipping. All dogs over 4-6 months of age are already spayed or neutered, has been vaccinated for parvo, etc. and rabies, HW tested and microchipped.
We don't know what these animals have gone through and endured, (or why) in their past lives to end up here. The only thing we can do is try, hope and pray we can give them a brighter future. We want our rescued pets to have stable, loving homes where they can get lots of love, attention and live out the remainder of their lives.
Animal care can be costly. Please consider whether you can afford and want the responsibility of a pet before you adopt so they never have to be homeless and end up in a shelter again.