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Breed
Labrador Retriever/Hound (Unknown Type)
Color
White
Age
Puppy
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
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Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Name: Finch
Breeds: Alabama Unknown Mix
Age: Puppy
Sex: Male
Size: Large when fully grown

Finch is a 7 month old Hurricane Ida survivor. After riding out the heart of the storm in Louisiana, Finch went to another southern foster to wait his turn to come north. Very shy on intake, Finch has worked his way up to being a loving foster boy. Finch is house trained in a foster home with a doggie door. Finch is crate trained while he is home unattended. He is working on being such a good boy he can be left alone but at 7 months old he not quite there yet. He has been around other dogs of all genders, ages, and sizes. He loves them all and would really like a fur sibling that loves him just as much. Finch will lay quietly and entertain himself with toys while you are busy. He’s leash trained and working on his car-riding skills.

Requirements: Home with fenced yard. Another dog in the home. No kids. Training class sign up required.

Adoption Fee: $475 + tax. This includes neuter/spay, current vaccinations as age appropriate, heartworm/tick testing if appropriate, deworming, microchip, and current preventatives

Interested in adopting? Fill out a preadopt application here: https://form.jotform.com/203104997748162


You can email fostersheadinghomek9@gmail.com with additional questions.

This dog is located in Minneapolis, MN
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Heading Home K9 Rescue

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Minneapolis, MN 55414

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

id you see a dog that caught your eye? Ready to start the adoption process? Happy to help! Feel free to email the dog's listed contact with any questions you have...the dogs live in our homes with us so we know them very well. Please fill out the preadopt application which is the first step to meeting/adopting a dog from HHK9. We read through the application, check references, and once approved (we aim for 24-48 hours to approve or deny depending on how quickly references reply), we set up a visit with you and the foster home or direct you to an adoption event to meet the dog(s). Fosters are more than happy to answer questions that arise. We all want a good match the first time, and a successful experience for the adopter and the dog. After meeting, you can choose to adopt if it seems like a good match. There is a 2 week trial on all adoptions to ensure there is time for the dog adjust and the fit between the dog and your home is right. We encourage adopters to give it a MINIMUM of a week. Returning a dog before that period means it never had a chance to settle in and show you what the true personality is like. Moving dogs between homes is stressful and not in the dog's best interests. We are here to support you after adoption also, answering questions and helping make the process as positive as we can. We highly recommend you read the tips in this packet (Adopting 101) before bringing your new dog home...it will help greatly ease the transition and make it a positive experience for everyone! Our adoption fees are non-negotiable and average about $385 for adults and $425 for puppies which includes their vet work-spay/neuter, vaccinations, heartworm testing (if old enough),microchip, deworming, and current preventatives. Often the vet costs far exceed the adoption fee, especially on our special needs dogs. We rely on adoption fees to be able to continue to rescue more dogs in need.

More about this rescue

We are dedicated to rescuing homeless and unwanted animals. We are a non-profit, 501(c) 3-tax exempt, no-kill dog rescue and placement organization based in Minnesota. Although our focus is primarily on rescuing dogs, we sometimes rescue cats & kittens as well. We are an independent organization and depend solely on adoption fees, fundraisers, and donations to operate. We receive NO government support. We try our best to match the dogs with the needs, wants, personalities, and lifestyles of potential adopters to ensure a healthy, happy, & permanent home. All Heading Home K-9 dogs must live indoors. Dogs are social pack animals by nature and we want them to be able to have all of the companionship, love, & attention they deserve, as well as a chance to bond with the family. We rescue all types of dogs, ranging from small to large breeds. Roughly 40% of the dogs we rescue are purebred while the other 60% are mixed breeds. We will tell you about each dog's history, personality, & behavior, including whether or not they are good which children and other pets, their exercise needs, & other important information.