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My name is Asia!
I'm being cared for by
National Mill Dog Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

Facts about me

Breed
Chow Chow/Husky
Color
Black
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
46373774

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

#### Asia has her passport ready and is just waiting to travel to her new home. This beautiful girl, who weighs 56 pounds, loves to be outside chasing a ball or going for a walk. She is gorgeous but can be a discerning girl. Once she has chosen her doggie friends and her people, she will be content to sit with you and receive your adoration. She loves to be brushed and to play with her toys and doggie friends. Chicken is her favorite treat, and she will come quickly for it. She can very shy when first getting to know new people and dogs. Therefore, this sweet girl needs a family with no children under sixteen who also understands her need for patience and who are willing to let her progress at her own speed. She will need a yard with a six-foot solid fence to help keep her safe and allow her to safely enjoy her time outdoors. She enjoys being outside and taking in the sun and would love a companion to enjoy life, walks, and hikes with her. She loves to play with toys, especially stuffies; one way to have fun with her is to play fetch and tug. She can be picky about her dog friends, but once she makes a friend she plays with wonderful abandon! She will do best in a home with another dog she likes and trusts. If you would like to meet this beautiful girl, please submit an application to adopt Asia. Visit https://nmdr.org/our-dogs/adopt/- - - -Prior to being rescued, many of our dogs have experienced minimal socialization. As a result, there is often an adjustment period when learning about life as a family pet. We typically do not adopt to homes with young children. Homes with older children will be considered on an individual basis. Common skills such as house training and leash walking will often take a little extra time. Patience, understanding and a gentle hand are a must. Many of our dogs will need fenced yards and a confident dog in the family. The great news is, most of these dogs come around rather quickly and being a part of their rehabilitation is an extremely rewarding experience. Learn about mill dogs and fill out an application at our website: http://nmdr.org. If you submit an application, please watch your spam folders as their emails land there and give us 48 hours to get back to you - there are a lot of other dogs hoping that their new person's application is being processed as well.
#### Asia has her passport ready and is just waiting to travel to her new home. This beautiful girl, who weighs 56 pounds, loves to be outside chasing a ball or going for a walk. She is gorgeous but can be a discerning girl. Once she has chosen her doggie friends and her people, she will be content to sit with you and receive your adoration. She loves to be brushed and to play with her toys and doggie friends. Chicken is her favorite treat, and she will come quickly for it. She can very shy when first getting to know new people and dogs. Therefore, this sweet girl needs a family with no children under sixteen who also understands her need for patience and who are willing to let her progress at her own speed. She will need a yard with a six-foot solid fence to help keep her safe and allow her to safely enjoy her time outdoors. She enjoys being outside and taking in the sun and would love a companion to enjoy life, walks, and hikes with her. She loves to play with toys, especially stuffies; one way to have fun with her is to play fetch and tug. She can be picky about her dog friends, but once she makes a friend she plays with wonderful abandon! She will do best in a home with another dog she likes and trusts. If you would like to meet this beautiful girl, please submit an application to adopt Asia. Visit https://nmdr.org/our-dogs/adopt/- - - -Prior to being rescued, many of our dogs have experienced minimal socialization. As a result, there is often an adjustment period when learning about life as a family pet. We typically do not adopt to homes with young children. Homes with older children will be considered on an individual basis. Common skills such as house training and leash walking will often take a little extra time. Patience, understanding and a gentle hand are a must. Many of our dogs will need fenced yards and a confident dog in the family. The great news is, most of these dogs come around rather quickly and being a part of their rehabilitation is an extremely rewarding experience. Learn about mill dogs and fill out an application at our website: http://nmdr.org. If you submit an application, please watch your spam folders as their emails land there and give us 48 hours to get back to you - there are a lot of other dogs hoping that their new person's application is being processed as well.
Rescue

National Mill Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
46373774
Contact
Address
Colorado Springs, CO 80908

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Additional adoption info

Adopting a retired mill dog can be a challenging experience. These dogs have had very little human contact and may take quite a bit of time adjusting to life as a "real" dog. Therefore, we consider each adoption a trial and never want an adoptive home to feel like they're stuck with a dog if there are problems. One thing that mill dogs need more than anything else is time. Barring any major problems, we ask that adopters give the dog a reasonable amount of time to adjust to its new home. Most of our dogs do remarkably well and bring lots of joy and a great sense of satisfaction to their new owners. Persons interested in adopting one of our dogs must complete the Adoption Application on our website. Those who meet our requirements and who appear to be a good match for a dog will be interviewed by a NMDR home study volunteer. The next step would be to have a home check with all members of the family present. You will then be able to meet the dogs that are available. Adopting families will then sign a contract. We do not place dogs in homes that we believe will not work out, so please respect our decision. Requirements for Adopting: • We do require fenced yards in most cases. (It may be possible for an adult or senior dog to work out fine in a townhouse or condo environment, that have small enclosures/patio's). We will occasionally adopt to apartments dwellers but only on a case by case basis. Puppies will not go to homes where they will be left alone for many hours. Most of our dogs have lived in small cages all their lives and we would prefer for other methods other than crating be arranged for when the dog is home alone. • All NMDR dogs will be primarily inside dogs - no dogs will live outside. • No NMDR dog will be kept on a chain. • All NMDR dogs will be provided with adequate fresh food and water, clean, dry shelter when outside, and daily exercise. • All NMDR dogs will be provided with a safe collar with ID tags to be worn at all times. • All adoptive families will obey all applicable laws governing control and custody of animals. • All adoptive families will provide all medical care and treatment needed by the dog including but not limited to: yearly medical checkups and vaccines, and preventative heartworm medication. • All NMDR dogs will be adopted only as a personal companion and not as a gift working animal or guard dog. • All NMDR dogs will be returned to NMDR should it be necessary to find another home for the dog. NO dog will be given away for any reason. • NMDR assumes no responsibility nor shall they be held liable for any damages caused by the adopted animal to property, person or other pets. If any medical problems occur after adoption, NMDR is not liable for any medical bills. • If you have other pets, they must be spayed/neutered if you adopt from us. Your other pets must be up to date on all vet care (shots and preventatives). • If you are unsure as to whether you can commit to a dog for the rest of its life (regardless of whether you move, change jobs, or get divorced) then please rethink your decision to adopt a dog. Adoption is for the rest of the dog’s life and our rescued dogs have already had enough turmoil in their lives. Adoption Fees: $325 for puppies up to 6 months old $275 for 6 months old to 8 years old $175 for dogs older than 8 years old Our expenses preparing our dogs for adoption are much greater than our fees cover. Donations above the adoption fees will help us continue our efforts to rescue dogs.
Adopting a retired mill dog can be a challenging experience. These dogs have had very little human contact and may take quite a bit of time adjusting to life as a "real" dog. Therefore, we consider each adoption a trial and never want an adoptive home to feel like they're stuck with a dog if there are problems. One thing that mill dogs need more than anything else is time. Barring any major problems, we ask that adopters give the dog a reasonable amount of time to adjust to its new home. Most of our dogs do remarkably well and bring lots of joy and a great sense of satisfaction to their new owners. Persons interested in adopting one of our dogs must complete the Adoption Application on our website. Those who meet our requirements and who appear to be a good match for a dog will be interviewed by a NMDR home study volunteer. The next step would be to have a home check with all members of the family present. You will then be able to meet the dogs that are available. Adopting families will then sign a contract. We do not place dogs in homes that we believe will not work out, so please respect our decision. Requirements for Adopting: • We do require fenced yards in most cases. (It may be possible for an adult or senior dog to work out fine in a townhouse or condo environment, that have small enclosures/patio's). We will occasionally adopt to apartments dwellers but only on a case by case basis. Puppies will not go to homes where they will be left alone for many hours. Most of our dogs have lived in small cages all their lives and we would prefer for other methods other than crating be arranged for when the dog is home alone. • All NMDR dogs will be primarily inside dogs - no dogs will live outside. • No NMDR dog will be kept on a chain. • All NMDR dogs will be provided with adequate fresh food and water, clean, dry shelter when outside, and daily exercise. • All NMDR dogs will be provided with a safe collar with ID tags to be worn at all times. • All adoptive families will obey all applicable laws governing control and custody of animals. • All adoptive families will provide all medical care and treatment needed by the dog including but not limited to: yearly medical checkups and vaccines, and preventative heartworm medication. • All NMDR dogs will be adopted only as a personal companion and not as a gift working animal or guard dog. • All NMDR dogs will be returned to NMDR should it be necessary to find another home for the dog. NO dog will be given away for any reason. • NMDR assumes no responsibility nor shall they be held liable for any damages caused by the adopted animal to property, person or other pets. If any medical problems occur after adoption, NMDR is not liable for any medical bills. • If you have other pets, they must be spayed/neutered if you adopt from us. Your other pets must be up to date on all vet care (shots and preventatives). • If you are unsure as to whether you can commit to a dog for the rest of its life (regardless of whether you move, change jobs, or get divorced) then please rethink your decision to adopt a dog. Adoption is for the rest of the dog’s life and our rescued dogs have already had enough turmoil in their lives. Adoption Fees: $325 for puppies up to 6 months old $275 for 6 months old to 8 years old $175 for dogs older than 8 years old Our expenses preparing our dogs for adoption are much greater than our fees cover. Donations above the adoption fees will help us continue our efforts to rescue dogs.

Go meet their pets

Thank you for your interest! If you have not already done so, please submit the adoption application found at this link: https://nmdr.org/our-dogs/adopt/ if you have already submitted an application- Within 72 hours of receipt of your application, an Adoptions Team member will respond to you via EMAIL with instructions on next steps in the application process. Be sure to check your junk or spam email as well. Please note that it is best to not have a particular dog in mind as he or she could get adopted before you are approved to adopt. Your application is valid for 11 months and we are always rescuing dogs. Once you are approved to adopt, you will be able to set up the meet and greet and you will also bring your dog or dogs with you. If you are looking to adopt from outside of Colorado, you do need to follow the above process, and if approved to adopt, you will need to travel to Colorado to meet and pick up your next family member. We do not allow shipping or transportation.
Thank you for your interest! If you have not already done so, please submit the adoption application found at this link: https://nmdr.org/our-dogs/adopt/ if you have already submitted an application- Within 72 hours of receipt of your application, an Adoptions Team member will respond to you via EMAIL with instructions on next steps in the application process. Be sure to check your junk or spam email as well. Please note that it is best to not have a particular dog in mind as he or she could get adopted before you are approved to adopt. Your application is valid for 11 months and we are always rescuing dogs. Once you are approved to adopt, you will be able to set up the meet and greet and you will also bring your dog or dogs with you. If you are looking to adopt from outside of Colorado, you do need to follow the above process, and if approved to adopt, you will need to travel to Colorado to meet and pick up your next family member. We do not allow shipping or transportation.

More about this rescue

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome discarded breeding dogs and to educate the general public about the cruel realities of the commercial dog breeding industry. National Mill Dog Rescue was established in February 2007, in honor of a forgiving little Italian Greyhound named Lily. Theresa Strader, NMDR’s Founder and Executive Director, rescued Lily from a dog auction in Missouri. Prior to that day, Lily had spent the first seven years of her life as a commercial breeding dog, a puppy mill mom. Determined that her years of living in misery would not be in vain, Strader started NMDR, giving a voice to mill dogs across the country.
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome discarded breeding dogs and to educate the general public about the cruel realities of the commercial dog breeding industry. National Mill Dog Rescue was established in February 2007, in honor of a forgiving little Italian Greyhound named Lily. Theresa Strader, NMDR’s Founder and Executive Director, rescued Lily from a dog auction in Missouri. Prior to that day, Lily had spent the first seven years of her life as a commercial breeding dog, a puppy mill mom. Determined that her years of living in misery would not be in vain, Strader started NMDR, giving a voice to mill dogs across the country.