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My name is Maebelle!

Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Medium)
Color
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
17638875

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Hello future family, my name is Maebelle!

I am wondering if you will be my new people!? Ya see I didn't have a family and was just wondering around all alone. These people picked me up and took me to this loud scary place, that's where the nice people from ACDRA found me!

Now I'm living in a home where I am learning all about being a good canine citizen! Foster mom says I am pretty smart, but I still gots some learning to do! I am learning all about crate training and going potty outside, I'm learning these things called manners too, all pretty boring,  but foster mom says I gotta have these skills.  If it were up to me, I would run, and play all day! 

In my foster home I live with other dogs and cats. Cats are super fun to chase, mom says no cats in my new house.  I am learning my dog skills, but mom says I have "odd social skills", so I would do best in a home with no other dogs or a dog friend who can tolerate my odd play style.

I am learning to walk on a leash, another skill I am getting pretty good at!  I love to sniff all the sniffs and see all the things so sometimes I get really excited and pull my mom to get there faster!

Foster mom says I would thrive with a family that will give me lots of exercise.  She keeps saying I will be a great hiking, running, biking, cross country skiing partner, I have no idea what any of those are but they sound amazing! I have never lived with little people before, kids I think you call them? Foster mom says I would do best in a home with bigger people, sometimes I get to excited for the little ones!

Well that's a lot about me, if you think you are my forever person, send in an application and my mom will make sure we are the best match possible! Oh and I think my mom has some things to add.

Maebelle is about 2 years old, spayed, microchipped, heartworm negative.  Mae is up to date on her vaccines and is current on flea/tick and heartworm preventatives.

Mae is being fostered in Canandaigua NY 

Questions? Email Mae's foster mom at PinkStar283@yahoo.com 

June 23, 2022, 12:15 pm

Hello future family, my name is Maebelle!

I am wondering if you will be my new people!? Ya see I didn't have a family and was just wondering around all alone. These people picked me up and took me to this loud scary place, that's where the nice people from ACDRA found me!

Now I'm living in a home where I am learning all about being a good canine citizen! Foster mom says I am pretty smart, but I still gots some learning to do! I am learning all about crate training and going potty outside, I'm learning these things called manners too, all pretty boring,  but foster mom says I gotta have these skills.  If it were up to me, I would run, and play all day! 

In my foster home I live with other dogs and cats. Cats are super fun to chase, mom says no cats in my new house.  I am learning my dog skills, but mom says I have "odd social skills", so I would do best in a home with no other dogs or a dog friend who can tolerate my odd play style.

I am learning to walk on a leash, another skill I am getting pretty good at!  I love to sniff all the sniffs and see all the things so sometimes I get really excited and pull my mom to get there faster!

Foster mom says I would thrive with a family that will give me lots of exercise.  She keeps saying I will be a great hiking, running, biking, cross country skiing partner, I have no idea what any of those are but they sound amazing! I have never lived with little people before, kids I think you call them? Foster mom says I would do best in a home with bigger people, sometimes I get to excited for the little ones!

Well that's a lot about me, if you think you are my forever person, send in an application and my mom will make sure we are the best match possible! Oh and I think my mom has some things to add.

Maebelle is about 2 years old, spayed, microchipped, heartworm negative.  Mae is up to date on her vaccines and is current on flea/tick and heartworm preventatives.

Mae is being fostered in Canandaigua NY 

Questions? Email Mae's foster mom at PinkStar283@yahoo.com 

June 23, 2022, 12:15 pm
Rescue

Australian Cattle Dog Rescue Association

Contact info
Pet ID
17638875
Contact
Phone
Address
Garden City, NY 11530

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Puppies under 1 year: $350 Adult dogs 1 - 6 years: $300 Adult dogs 7 - 9 years: $250 Senior dogs 10 + years: $100 There is an adoption contract. If you decide the dog is not a fit for your household and the dog is returned to the rescue within 2 weeks of adoption, the adoption fee will be refunded.
Puppies under 1 year: $350 Adult dogs 1 - 6 years: $300 Adult dogs 7 - 9 years: $250 Senior dogs 10 + years: $100 There is an adoption contract. If you decide the dog is not a fit for your household and the dog is returned to the rescue within 2 weeks of adoption, the adoption fee will be refunded.

Go meet their pets

Our rescues reside in foster homes.
Our rescues reside in foster homes.

More about this rescue

We are an all volunteer group that rescues Australian Cattle Dogs. Our dogs reside in foster homes until they are adopted Every year, thousands of Australian Cattle Dogs find themselves homeless through no fault of their own. Although the reasons are diverse, the result is the same. Healthy, adoptable dogs face euthanasia in shelters. The Australian Cattle Dog Rescue Association rescues ACDs in shelters from Maine to Georgia and gives these dogs a fresh start with a loving family. Our foster home volunteers welcome the dogs into their homes where they live as members of the family. During the time in foster care, our volunteers determine what kind of forever home will be the right one for each dog.
We are an all volunteer group that rescues Australian Cattle Dogs. Our dogs reside in foster homes until they are adopted Every year, thousands of Australian Cattle Dogs find themselves homeless through no fault of their own. Although the reasons are diverse, the result is the same. Healthy, adoptable dogs face euthanasia in shelters. The Australian Cattle Dog Rescue Association rescues ACDs in shelters from Maine to Georgia and gives these dogs a fresh start with a loving family. Our foster home volunteers welcome the dogs into their homes where they live as members of the family. During the time in foster care, our volunteers determine what kind of forever home will be the right one for each dog.