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My name is Lily Grace!
I'm being cared for by
One More Dog Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Pointer/Pit Bull Terrier
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 55 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

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

My story

Name: Lily Grace
Nicknames: Lils, Lil-LAY, Silly Lily, Brown Dog
Breed: Heinz-57
Age: 8 Months
Weight: 55 lbs.
Before OMD: If you couldn't tell by her name, she’s a southern gal. She made her way to us from our Alabama rescue partner.
Descriptors: Exuberant. Joyful. Sweet. Silly. Athletic. Affectionate. Independent.
Best physical features: Her speckled legs. Her soft coat.
Energy Level: Cheetah in the Serengeti in her yard. Zen, cuddly cheetah in her house.
What she loves most: Anyone and everyone. Toys. Food (hold the carrots, please). Commandeering all the furniture. Giving kisses. Wooing strangers. Running. Critter hunting.
Favorite movie: Up. #squirrel
What we love most: Her signature lean. Her apologies -- squints eyes, thumps tail, gives a big smile. Denver the guilty dog has nothing on her.
What makes us smile: When she hits the "on" switch for outside cheetah mode. The joy she gets from racing around, throwing her toys and catching them.
Copilot material? Not exactly. Car rides make her woozy. She’s ok on quick trips but vehicles aren’t really her jam.
What she knows: Sit. No. Recall is a work in progress, especially when she’s hunting squirrels.
Working on: Mouthing when excited. Four on the floor. Understanding the concept of personal space. Fewer unsolicited tongue / nose in ear (aka wet willy) interactions.
Kids: Yep but her tail is strong as a whip and she’s still working on her manners so kiddos should be sturdy and dog-savvy.
Dogs: Dogs: She would like to be the only dog in the home, please. However, she does do well when seeing other pups in public.
Cats: Hard no.
Other small animals: Also no. Her prey drive is alive and well.
House trained: Absolutely. To perfection.
Crate trained: Definitely. No protests ever.
Unfortunate quarantine habits: None. She hasn’t shown any signs of separation anxiety and is quite the confident gal.
Ideal forever: An active, athletic family with a large, securely fenced in yard, a willingness to share their bed and an appreciation for sloppy kisses.

Lily Grace is spayed, vaccinated, heart worm negative and microchipped. She’s available for adoption for residents of CT and surrounding states. If you are interested in adopting, please complete an application from Omdrescue.org.
Name: Lily Grace
Nicknames: Lils, Lil-LAY, Silly Lily, Brown Dog
Breed: Heinz-57
Age: 8 Months
Weight: 55 lbs.
Before OMD: If you couldn't tell by her name, she’s a southern gal. She made her way to us from our Alabama rescue partner.
Descriptors: Exuberant. Joyful. Sweet. Silly. Athletic. Affectionate. Independent.
Best physical features: Her speckled legs. Her soft coat.
Energy Level: Cheetah in the Serengeti in her yard. Zen, cuddly cheetah in her house.
What she loves most: Anyone and everyone. Toys. Food (hold the carrots, please). Commandeering all the furniture. Giving kisses. Wooing strangers. Running. Critter hunting.
Favorite movie: Up. #squirrel
What we love most: Her signature lean. Her apologies -- squints eyes, thumps tail, gives a big smile. Denver the guilty dog has nothing on her.
What makes us smile: When she hits the "on" switch for outside cheetah mode. The joy she gets from racing around, throwing her toys and catching them.
Copilot material? Not exactly. Car rides make her woozy. She’s ok on quick trips but vehicles aren’t really her jam.
What she knows: Sit. No. Recall is a work in progress, especially when she’s hunting squirrels.
Working on: Mouthing when excited. Four on the floor. Understanding the concept of personal space. Fewer unsolicited tongue / nose in ear (aka wet willy) interactions.
Kids: Yep but her tail is strong as a whip and she’s still working on her manners so kiddos should be sturdy and dog-savvy.
Dogs: Dogs: She would like to be the only dog in the home, please. However, she does do well when seeing other pups in public.
Cats: Hard no.
Other small animals: Also no. Her prey drive is alive and well.
House trained: Absolutely. To perfection.
Crate trained: Definitely. No protests ever.
Unfortunate quarantine habits: None. She hasn’t shown any signs of separation anxiety and is quite the confident gal.
Ideal forever: An active, athletic family with a large, securely fenced in yard, a willingness to share their bed and an appreciation for sloppy kisses.

Lily Grace is spayed, vaccinated, heart worm negative and microchipped. She’s available for adoption for residents of CT and surrounding states. If you are interested in adopting, please complete an application from Omdrescue.org.
Rescue

One More Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Wethersfield, CT 06109

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Please fully complete the adoption application from our website: https://omdrescue.org/adoptapp.html

2.

Home Check

Once an applicant is determined to be a good possible fit for the specific dog, we move forward with a home visit.

3.

Meet the Pet

Once an application is fully approved (application review, reference checks, and home visit conducted) a meet & greet is scheduled.

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

An adoption is finalized with the signed contract and adoption fee ($450 for puppy and adult dogs, $300 for seniors)

5.

Pay Fee

An adoption is finalized with the signed contract and adoption fee ($450 for puppy and adult dogs, $300 for seniors)

6.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

One More Dog Rescue (OMD), formerly Ruff Start Happy Tails, requires all potential adopters to fill out an adoption application and agree to a home visit prior to any adoption. Once the application is approved, a meet and greet will be scheduled between the potential adopter (s) and the dog. When a dog is adopted through One More Dog, an adoption contract must be signed, and we ask that a donation in the amount of $450 ($300 for seniors) be made at the time of adoption to help our rescue cover a portion of the costs we incur through pull fees, vetting, and training. Applications can be found here: http://www.omdrescue.org/adoptapp.html *We will adopt to approved applicants (who are able to meet & adopt in person) who live in CT and the surrounding areas: New England, New York, and New Jersey.
One More Dog Rescue (OMD), formerly Ruff Start Happy Tails, requires all potential adopters to fill out an adoption application and agree to a home visit prior to any adoption. Once the application is approved, a meet and greet will be scheduled between the potential adopter (s) and the dog. When a dog is adopted through One More Dog, an adoption contract must be signed, and we ask that a donation in the amount of $450 ($300 for seniors) be made at the time of adoption to help our rescue cover a portion of the costs we incur through pull fees, vetting, and training. Applications can be found here: http://www.omdrescue.org/adoptapp.html *We will adopt to approved applicants (who are able to meet & adopt in person) who live in CT and the surrounding areas: New England, New York, and New Jersey.

Go meet their pets

We do not have a facility to visit. All of our rescue dogs are in loving foster homes. **Please tune in to our instagram or facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/onemoredogrescueinc, to see the latest about what's going on in the rescue world of One More Dog Rescue!
We do not have a facility to visit. All of our rescue dogs are in loving foster homes. **Please tune in to our instagram or facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/onemoredogrescueinc, to see the latest about what's going on in the rescue world of One More Dog Rescue!

More about this rescue

One More Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization committed to the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of homeless dogs. Founded in 2012, we are passionate about savings dogs - no matter the breed, age, or physical condition - who come from shelters or are relinquished by their owners, both in the Connecticut and Illinois areas. We are devoted to providing the best possible care for our dogs and finding appropriate, loving homes with families who will be dedicated to them for a lifetime.
One More Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization committed to the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of homeless dogs. Founded in 2012, we are passionate about savings dogs - no matter the breed, age, or physical condition - who come from shelters or are relinquished by their owners, both in the Connecticut and Illinois areas. We are devoted to providing the best possible care for our dogs and finding appropriate, loving homes with families who will be dedicated to them for a lifetime.