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Breed
Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)
Color
White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hawk is a 9 year old mixed terrier who weighs about 11 lbs. He and Diesel came together and we hope to keep them together. Hawk loves to come to me for attention and very gentle petting but he has a complex or fear that he will be hurt and will often cry out. We dont know what happened to him but he is getting more and more trusting the longer he stays in foster care. He and Diesel nap together in a dog bed. Hawk is heartworm negative, neutered and microchipped. His adoption fee is $200


After reading this pet's info, if you are still interested in adopting, please fill out the online adoption application found at realgooddogrescue.com

The ideal home for this Real Good Dog will have a secure fenced yard. A solid history of excellent vet care for current or previous pets is required. Preference will be given to applicants who have specific breed experience and own their own home.
Please visit www.realgooddogrescue.com to submit an electronic application if you are interested in adopting this or any other Real Good Dog.
Adopters are encouraged to initiate their 30 days free pet insurance as soon as they take possession of the pet. Do this by calling PetFirst 855-710-7387
Adopters may also INITIATE transfer of the pet's microchip by going directly to the chip company's website and following instructions. Your adoption paperwork has the microchip #, company name and you have an adoption agreement showing transfer from rescue to individual.
Hawk is a 9 year old mixed terrier who weighs about 11 lbs. He and Diesel came together and we hope to keep them together. Hawk loves to come to me for attention and very gentle petting but he has a complex or fear that he will be hurt and will often cry out. We dont know what happened to him but he is getting more and more trusting the longer he stays in foster care. He and Diesel nap together in a dog bed. Hawk is heartworm negative, neutered and microchipped. His adoption fee is $200


After reading this pet's info, if you are still interested in adopting, please fill out the online adoption application found at realgooddogrescue.com

The ideal home for this Real Good Dog will have a secure fenced yard. A solid history of excellent vet care for current or previous pets is required. Preference will be given to applicants who have specific breed experience and own their own home.
Please visit www.realgooddogrescue.com to submit an electronic application if you are interested in adopting this or any other Real Good Dog.
Adopters are encouraged to initiate their 30 days free pet insurance as soon as they take possession of the pet. Do this by calling PetFirst 855-710-7387
Adopters may also INITIATE transfer of the pet's microchip by going directly to the chip company's website and following instructions. Your adoption paperwork has the microchip #, company name and you have an adoption agreement showing transfer from rescue to individual.
Rescue

Real Good Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Lisa Trenthem
Address
Memphis, TN 38112
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We have an online adoption application and this starts our process. Locally, we meet the adopter after approving the application to make sure everyone is compatible. For a long distance application to be approved, we rely heavily on a history of past pet care as verified by a veterinarian. Our adoption agreement states that the animal will be treated as a family member, given all necessary wellness care and emergency care and that if you are no longer able to care for the pet, you will notify the director of Real Good Dog Rescue about your need to rehome the pet.
We have an online adoption application and this starts our process. Locally, we meet the adopter after approving the application to make sure everyone is compatible. For a long distance application to be approved, we rely heavily on a history of past pet care as verified by a veterinarian. Our adoption agreement states that the animal will be treated as a family member, given all necessary wellness care and emergency care and that if you are no longer able to care for the pet, you will notify the director of Real Good Dog Rescue about your need to rehome the pet.

Go meet their pets

Unfortunately we no longer have weekly adoption events. In the event we schedule one, events are always posted on our website, realgooddogrescue.com and on the answering machine for our main phone number 901-276-7751 as well as our facebook page.
Unfortunately we no longer have weekly adoption events. In the event we schedule one, events are always posted on our website, realgooddogrescue.com and on the answering machine for our main phone number 901-276-7751 as well as our facebook page.

More about this rescue

We are an all volunteer rescue organization with NO physical facility. We depend on individuals to foster the dogs in their home. The rescue was started by a native Memphian who wanted to do as much as possible to reduce the number of fine pets euthanized annually at our high kill Memphis Animal Shelter. Over the past ten years, we have accepted a lot more found dogs and owner surrendered pets that never had to go to a shelter. We accept what we feel we can live with and find homes for. We can't do nearly enough until spay/neuter laws and responsible pet owners outnumber the irresponsible pet owners.
We are an all volunteer rescue organization with NO physical facility. We depend on individuals to foster the dogs in their home. The rescue was started by a native Memphian who wanted to do as much as possible to reduce the number of fine pets euthanized annually at our high kill Memphis Animal Shelter. Over the past ten years, we have accepted a lot more found dogs and owner surrendered pets that never had to go to a shelter. We accept what we feel we can live with and find homes for. We can't do nearly enough until spay/neuter laws and responsible pet owners outnumber the irresponsible pet owners.