Ruff Ruff! My name is Casey
|Breed:||Boston Terrier/Border Collie Mix||Color:||White - With Black||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||5550681|
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
This pretty girl is Casey a five year old Border Collie, Boston terrier mix. As you can see , she is not a Rat terrier , but she was in need and we don't turn any dog away.
She spent her whole life in a good home , but they could not give her the care she needed , so they called us. She is a happy, playful dog that enjoys the company of everyone and anyone. This flirty girl enjoys walks to meet and socialize with other dogs. Casey does suffer from epilepsy, but it is easily managed with a small dose of medication. She has a recent ligament tear in her leg and is getting better all the time. , no medical intervention was needed.
Casey would reward a lucky owner with so much love.
Rat Terrier Rescue Canada Adoption FeesPuppy* (under 1 year).................$400.00*Young (1-3 years) ................... $350.00Adult (3 -10 years)......................$350.00Senior (ten years and up)........... $250.00The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, excluding *puppies which may or may not be spayed/neutered. The adoption fee also includes, at a minimum, vaccinations, de-worming, I.D. tag and microchip insertion. We gratefully accept any amount above the adoption fee as a donation used to support our mission to save as many dogs as possible.Registered Canadian Charity #80288 7620 RR0001
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Rescue Group Info...
RTRC is a non-profit, volunteer organization that rescues and fosters Rat terriers in private homes. Rat terriers are small, lively, loyal dogs with short coats. They are sturdy terriers that are genetically made up of a mix of breeds including the now extinct white terrier, whippet and Manchester terrier. They were predominantly used for small animal hunting including rats and hence they obtained their name. The dogs come into rescue from a variety of sources including owner surrenders, puppy mills and shelters. They are placed in foster homes for assessment, vetting and to get them ready for their adoptive families. All rat terriers coming into rescue are spay/neutered, vaccinated and tested for heartworm.
We do not have a shelter, all of our rescued Rat Terriers are fostered in private homes. Please fill in our application if you are interested in adopting one of our rescued Rat Terriers.
Once an application for adoption has been received by RTRC, the foster family will be notified and you will receive an e-mail or phone call from them. Your references will be checked and if a vet is already being used, then they will be contacted as a references as well. Lastly, a home visit will be scheduled and carried out. This process is all completed by volunteers and it can be expected that it might take several weeks. You are encouraged to stay in touch with the foster family and take this opportunity to get to know the dog you have applied for.