Ruff Ruff! My name is Dan
|Breed:||Pit Bull Terrier/Setter (Unknown Type) Mix||Color:||White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Male|
I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
COURTESY POSTING - Handsome Dan – 7 year old pit mix. He is mixed with maybe a collie or a setter and has the most beautiful coat. He is super sweet and well mannered too. He will sit , down, roll over and fetch. Dan just loves people and will make a great buddy for an active person. He does not like other animals so much because he wants to be the one and only. Dan is crate trained and house broken. He will need a 6 ft fence since he will go over the 4 ft fence he is in now. If interested please email email@example.com.
More information about Henrico Humane Society
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Rescue Group Info...
Henrico Humane Society (HHS) is a nonprofit 501(c)33 organization incorporated in 1991 to address the enormous number of homeless animals in the greater Richmond area. HHS is run entirely by volunteers and has no paid staff. The organization relies upon donations, adoption fees, and fund-raising efforts to support its programs.
HHS takes in strays found in the community, rescues animals from shelters, and accepts pets surrendered by owners who can no longer care from them. The majority of these animals are kept in temporary foster homes until permanent, loving homes can be found for them.
Thanks to the hundreds of hours worked by volunteers and generous donations from concerned supporters, the organization raises sufficient funds to provide for the hundreds of animals cared for each year. HHS is very proud of its accomplishments, and is dedicated to maintaining its service to the community and homeless animals.
Adoption stands are held on Saturdays at various locations. Dog Adoption stand is from 11-2 but please see our stand schedule for up to date information and Cat Adoption information. (http://www.henricohumane.org/p/stand-schedule)
Henrico Humane Society (HHS) has successfully found homes for more than 4,000 homeless pets since 1991. Animals placed through HHS have been spayed or neutered, and have been immunized as is age appropriate. Additionally, each animal has a tag to make it easy to identify as a HHS animal if it becomes lost.
HHS generally has 50-85 cats and dogs available at any given time. We have kittens and puppies available at various times of the year. If you’re interested in adopting a young kitten or puppy, please consider your decision carefully as this is not the best option for everyone. We often take in young animals from adopters who didn’t consider the demanding needs and responsibilities of raising a kitten or puppy.
Animals in our care generally range in age from infants to seniors and come in various mixed breeds. After you submit an adoption application, a volunteer will ask you a series of questions to help determine what animal will most closely match the environment you can provide. You have already taken the first step in the adoption process by indicating your interest in a rescued animal. We ask that you have patience throughout the adoption process as volunteers do their best to finding the most appropriate home for every animal we rescue.
The procedure for adopting a homeless pet through Henrico Humane Society is as follows:
1. A prospective adopter should complete an application, which may be done online or at an adoption stand.
2. An adoption volunteer will contact the veterinary reference(s), landlord(s) and personal references provided on the application.
3. A volunteer will conduct an extensive interview with the prospective adopter.
4. If the adoption request is approved, a volunteer will work with the prospective adopter to match the request with a pet that best fits their circumstances. A home visit may be necessary to make sure all members of the family, including any other dogs and cats, are compatible.
•HHS reserves the right to refuse an applicant if, in our judgment, their home situation is not compatible with the needs of the animal, or if the animal is deemed unsuitable for the applicant for any reason.
•An adoption volunteer will do their best to find an animal that meets the wants and needs of the potential adopter. HHS does not, however, guarantee a successful placement.
•If a pet has been identified but the potential adopter is unable to commit to the adoption in a timely manner, HHS is under no obligation to hold the animal until they are able to do so.
5. Complete an adoption contract. By signing the contract, you commit to make the animal you adopt a member of your family. Additionally, you agree:
•to license your pet
•that your pet will live indoors
•that you will provide proper care including monthly flea/tick treatments and heartworm prevention medication
•to take your pet to the vet at least once a year for vaccinations, heartworm testing, etc.
•to pay for any medical procedures or medication your pet may need over the course of their lifetime
6. An adoption fee of $150 is required at the time of the adoption. This fee helps defray any costs incurred while the animal was in our care. These costs include, but are not limited to, medical exams, medical treatment (such as spay/neuter), vaccinations, heartworm tests, medication, and food.
•Occasionally, the adoption fee for a specific animal may be higher than the standard fee. In these cases, the higher fee will be noted in the bio on the website.
7. Shortly after the adoption has been completed, a volunteer may call to check on the animal and answer any questions the adopter may have about integrating the new pet into the household. The adopter agrees to:
•Contact a volunteer with any questions or problems. It’s easier to address a concern as it occurs rather than at some later time.
•Keep the Henrico Humane Society tag on their pet’s collar in the event the animal is lost
•Maintain their current address and contact information with us in the event the pet is ever lost and tracked to HHS by our identification tag.
8. If the adoption is not satisfactory for any reason, the adopter agrees to contact HHS immediately in the event they no longer want to care for the animal. The animal must not be sold or given away. HHS also retains the right to reclaim any animal it adopts that is neglected, allowed to roam free or not cared for properly.