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My name is Mason!
I'm being cared for by
Animal House Sanctuary
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Interview

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Home Check

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Interview

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Home Check

Facts about me

Breed
Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier
Color
Silver & Tan (Yorkie colors)
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 13 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Meet Mason!

Mason is a 5-year-old Yorkshire Terrier. He is 13 pounds and a typical Yorkie. Mason is crate and house trained and walks nicely on leash. His recall off leash is excellent, however we do not trust him to ever be off leash where he will encounter other dogs. Mason loves toys, especially squeaky toys. He is only permitted to play with them in his crate. Mason also has behavior issues that manifest in the home. He does best with slow intros with big dogs. Absolutely no dogs his size or smaller. No children either! Mason is a one-person dog and needs just that. He needs a stern, EXPERIENCED OWNER who will not allow his issue personality to dominate nor be in charge. Mason has little dog ASSHOLE SYNDROME. There is no other way of putting it. We do not apologize for being honest. We do however apologize for the words. Sadly Mason has had 5 trial homes and all have failed. Maybe too much freedom and/or not enough discipline. What we do know is he has always done well at the Sanctuary. We require that he sleep in his crate and interact with everyone like a dog. We also know he struggles with sounds that trigger him. However, these triggers we have learned second hand and have never experienced them ourselves. Each home it was a different sound. Unfortunately, since we have never experienced them, we cannot work on the behavior. We do know it's TRUE as each potential adopter shared this. Mason requires an active home, meaning daily walks and continued work on basic obedience. Mason cannot be allowed to lead, take over, ever be treated as a baby, nor allowed what most people allow little dogs to get away with. He requires DICIPLINE, STRUCTURE AND ROUTINE. Also, we are requiring adopters seek and continue behavior training support by a reputable trainer. Mason needs stability, guidance, discipline and structure to maintain a healthy, balanced mindset or he will act out and, yes, he does bite. Once Mason is comfortable and if allowed to behave poorly, he will become what we consider dominant.


Mason has been with us 2.5 years and done great while with us, but he fails in a home setting. We have tried putting Mason on Prozac and he's been on it during the few months trial period in his last home in hope it would help, but it did not. We will speak to the vet and possibly try Trazadone in hope sit will help, but honestly we don't know for sure until he is in a home setting. This is something we will try and consult with all potential adopters. Mason is fully vetted: all sets of vaccines including rabies, deworming/negative fecal, heartworm/lyme negative and on monthly prevention.

We will not compromise on any and all requirements for Mason. If you are interested and feel you are experienced and knowledgeable, not just with the breed but little asshole bitey dogs, please continue to proceed with adoption application.

Triggers: Loud speaking/yelling. It makes Mason protective of his person. Sounds, but unfortunately it could be any out of the ordinary or ordinary, sharp, everyday sounds. Example: sharp buzz or cans rattling. We have played these and get no reaction from him. We will continue to seek the best home for Mason. We also offer lifetime support, advice, training for all our adopters. So, if this is not something you're seeking, please seek another rescue to adopt from. If this sounds like something you like and is acceptable to you, we welcome you to our AHS Family Team.
Mason is house and crate trained up to date on all appropriate core vaccines including lepto, rabies, dewormed, fecal tested negative, microchipped, neutered, and on monthly heartworm flea/tick prevention.

Out of state adopters are welcome at the adopters expense.We do NOT ship a meet and greet is required before adoption unless you are a previous adopter.

Training is an ongoing process that needs to be worked on daily. New issues and opportunities arise daily that have to be addressed and or rewarded. Continued training is a must. We will sponsor $150 toward his training.

Adoption application and processes information can be found on our website, www.animalhousesanctuary.org



Date: 5/25/2021
Meet Mason!

Mason is a 5-year-old Yorkshire Terrier. He is 13 pounds and a typical Yorkie. Mason is crate and house trained and walks nicely on leash. His recall off leash is excellent, however we do not trust him to ever be off leash where he will encounter other dogs. Mason loves toys, especially squeaky toys. He is only permitted to play with them in his crate. Mason also has behavior issues that manifest in the home. He does best with slow intros with big dogs. Absolutely no dogs his size or smaller. No children either! Mason is a one-person dog and needs just that. He needs a stern, EXPERIENCED OWNER who will not allow his issue personality to dominate nor be in charge. Mason has little dog ASSHOLE SYNDROME. There is no other way of putting it. We do not apologize for being honest. We do however apologize for the words. Sadly Mason has had 5 trial homes and all have failed. Maybe too much freedom and/or not enough discipline. What we do know is he has always done well at the Sanctuary. We require that he sleep in his crate and interact with everyone like a dog. We also know he struggles with sounds that trigger him. However, these triggers we have learned second hand and have never experienced them ourselves. Each home it was a different sound. Unfortunately, since we have never experienced them, we cannot work on the behavior. We do know it's TRUE as each potential adopter shared this. Mason requires an active home, meaning daily walks and continued work on basic obedience. Mason cannot be allowed to lead, take over, ever be treated as a baby, nor allowed what most people allow little dogs to get away with. He requires DICIPLINE, STRUCTURE AND ROUTINE. Also, we are requiring adopters seek and continue behavior training support by a reputable trainer. Mason needs stability, guidance, discipline and structure to maintain a healthy, balanced mindset or he will act out and, yes, he does bite. Once Mason is comfortable and if allowed to behave poorly, he will become what we consider dominant.


Mason has been with us 2.5 years and done great while with us, but he fails in a home setting. We have tried putting Mason on Prozac and he's been on it during the few months trial period in his last home in hope it would help, but it did not. We will speak to the vet and possibly try Trazadone in hope sit will help, but honestly we don't know for sure until he is in a home setting. This is something we will try and consult with all potential adopters. Mason is fully vetted: all sets of vaccines including rabies, deworming/negative fecal, heartworm/lyme negative and on monthly prevention.

We will not compromise on any and all requirements for Mason. If you are interested and feel you are experienced and knowledgeable, not just with the breed but little asshole bitey dogs, please continue to proceed with adoption application.

Triggers: Loud speaking/yelling. It makes Mason protective of his person. Sounds, but unfortunately it could be any out of the ordinary or ordinary, sharp, everyday sounds. Example: sharp buzz or cans rattling. We have played these and get no reaction from him. We will continue to seek the best home for Mason. We also offer lifetime support, advice, training for all our adopters. So, if this is not something you're seeking, please seek another rescue to adopt from. If this sounds like something you like and is acceptable to you, we welcome you to our AHS Family Team.
Mason is house and crate trained up to date on all appropriate core vaccines including lepto, rabies, dewormed, fecal tested negative, microchipped, neutered, and on monthly heartworm flea/tick prevention.

Out of state adopters are welcome at the adopters expense.We do NOT ship a meet and greet is required before adoption unless you are a previous adopter.

Training is an ongoing process that needs to be worked on daily. New issues and opportunities arise daily that have to be addressed and or rewarded. Continued training is a must. We will sponsor $150 toward his training.

Adoption application and processes information can be found on our website, www.animalhousesanctuary.org



Date: 5/25/2021
Rescue

Animal House Sanctuary

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
indianapolis, IN 46221

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Adoption application in our process information can be found on our website www.animalhousesanctuary.org

2.

Approve Application

You must print your application & mail by USPS to: Animal House Sanctuary Attn: Pet Application P.O. Box 5133 Huntington IN 46750

3.

Interview

4.

Meet the Pet

We process/review the application in hope of approval.

5.

Home Check

A home checks is required.

Additional adoption info

Completed applications MUST be Printed & Mailed via United States Postal Service. We are a volunteer-based rescue, meaning every person involved is doing their best. Taking time out of their busy day to best help provide proper daily maintenance care for every dog and/or cat in our care until the best match with a happy forever adopter is made. Normally our adoption application processing review may take 2 to 3 weeks give or take. If you are seeking same-day adoptions then AHS may not be the best fit for your needs. We do not agree with impulse adoption. Adopting any pet is a decision that should not be taken lightly nor made impulsively.
Completed applications MUST be Printed & Mailed via United States Postal Service. We are a volunteer-based rescue, meaning every person involved is doing their best. Taking time out of their busy day to best help provide proper daily maintenance care for every dog and/or cat in our care until the best match with a happy forever adopter is made. Normally our adoption application processing review may take 2 to 3 weeks give or take. If you are seeking same-day adoptions then AHS may not be the best fit for your needs. We do not agree with impulse adoption. Adopting any pet is a decision that should not be taken lightly nor made impulsively.

Go meet their pets

We are a foster-based all-volunteer program. We are not a government shelter facility nor are we open to the public. Our adoption process can take 2 to 3 weeks from the time you mail it in to the time that we reach out to you. If you are window shopping we are not the rescue for you. We are seeking committed adopters.
We are a foster-based all-volunteer program. We are not a government shelter facility nor are we open to the public. Our adoption process can take 2 to 3 weeks from the time you mail it in to the time that we reach out to you. If you are window shopping we are not the rescue for you. We are seeking committed adopters.

More about this rescue

We are a non-profit licensed rescue. Our mission is to help homeless animals find great forever homes. Educating the public on spay and neuter. Sharing joy and respect for all precious life. Our heart is with the community, helping families keep their pets at home. We have a few programs including Feeding the homeless and their pets. The hospice heaven program consists of pulling older cats and dogs from high kill shelters and placing them in a loving home. Matching senior pets with a senior home.
We are a non-profit licensed rescue. Our mission is to help homeless animals find great forever homes. Educating the public on spay and neuter. Sharing joy and respect for all precious life. Our heart is with the community, helping families keep their pets at home. We have a few programs including Feeding the homeless and their pets. The hospice heaven program consists of pulling older cats and dogs from high kill shelters and placing them in a loving home. Matching senior pets with a senior home.