Carly is a dog who will immediately grab your attention with her smile. She smiles anytime she meets a new person or what she refers to as her new best friend. Carly just loves loves loves people! She is a social butterfly and an absolute sweetheart.
She is a 3 year old Rhodesian Ridgeback/Boxer mix who weighs 68-70 lbs. Carly was found rescued from the shelter where she was in need of medical care. Carly is healthy now and doing well! She's in doggy daycare waiting for a foster or forever home but she's doing great playing with other dogs outside of the home! In a home, she is a bit too protective of her people with another dog around.
Her favorite thing is to play fetch and lay at your feet.
Carly would like a home where she has lots of love. She'd enjoy a comfy dog bed to lay on after a nice walk. She would be perfectly happy as the only dog in the home who got to go on walks and play ball in the yard.
Carly walks well on a leash. She really enjoys going for walks and car rides! Carly may need help with house training -- we don't know for sure as she's in boarding but she does keep her kennel clean in boarding which is a good sign that she is likely house trained.
Carly is spayed, microchipped, and current on her vaccines. Her adoption fee is $150.
If you would like to adopt Carly and make her a part of your family, please contact ForeverYoursOKC@gmail.com.
Carly is also available for Foster or Foster-to-adopt so please consider opening up your home to her! With fostering, we cover vet bills and can provide you with food and a crate!
Every dog that is rescued by Forever Yours is checked by a veternarian, vaccinated, spay/neutered, dewormed, heartworm/ehrlichia tested and treated if needed, and microchipped. We also treat any other illnesses or issues that the dog may have on intake.
We require an adoption application (http://www.adoptapet.com/forever-yours-dog-rescue/adoption-application/), a house check, and our adoption fee is $150.00.
If available, you will get an opportunity to talk to your chosen pet's foster family when you meet your potential new family member. This will enable you to ask any questions and learn all about your pet.