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Act Now Rescue - St Louis Mo
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Pay Fee

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Pay Fee

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Hound (Unknown Type)
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small red x Not 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 red x Not housetrained

My story

My name is Reeses and some like to call me Reeses Pieces since I look like a peanut butter cup. I had a rough start to my life and lived in Belize, on the island of Ambergris Caye in a small town called San Pedro. Even though I lived in a beautiful place, I was homeless and living on the streets. Food was scarce and kindness was even scarcer, fellow strays were no exception. Little did I know my future foster parents were visiting the island, they were so kind to me and actually gave me affection which I loved. I loved it so much that I followed them everywhere, shopping, restaurants, bars and even their resort. I followed them so much that others visiting the island thought I belonged to them. One night it was storming so bad, I was crying at their door to let me in and to my surprise, they did. I felt safest just staying in the doorway; especially since I wasn’t allowed indoors in the past; and I still didn’t fully trust them. It was warm and dry, so I stuck it out, it wasn’t so bad after all. In the morning the nice lady removed some of my many ticks and commented on how many fleas I had. That day I waited at the dock for them to come back from snorkeling and was so very happy to see them we relaxed on the dock until the evening!! The next day they took me to the humane society on the island to try and get me cleaned up by removing all those pesky fleas and ticks hoping I could get adopted by someone on the island. They were so sad to leave me here and the shelter vet said that I had better chances of getting adopted in the United States, so after a few tears they agreed it would be too hard to leave me behind. My life was about to begin…….
Reeses is a very special boy and due to his rough life needs a special home. He very much loves to play; his toys are his pride and joy, and he LOVES playing ball. He likes to hoard toys and appreciates an area that he can have to himself. He still loves to relax and snuggle and can be very lazy at times. Reeses loves to go for walks and car rides, he still is improving on his manners but has made big strides with leash walking. Reeses gets along with female dogs but is dog selective. He would benefit from a home without cats and without any little kids. He is very smart and is a quick learner. He would make a perfect companion for the right family or person looking to give this special boy a second chance at having a great life. Please fill out an application at actnowrescue.net
My name is Reeses and some like to call me Reeses Pieces since I look like a peanut butter cup. I had a rough start to my life and lived in Belize, on the island of Ambergris Caye in a small town called San Pedro. Even though I lived in a beautiful place, I was homeless and living on the streets. Food was scarce and kindness was even scarcer, fellow strays were no exception. Little did I know my future foster parents were visiting the island, they were so kind to me and actually gave me affection which I loved. I loved it so much that I followed them everywhere, shopping, restaurants, bars and even their resort. I followed them so much that others visiting the island thought I belonged to them. One night it was storming so bad, I was crying at their door to let me in and to my surprise, they did. I felt safest just staying in the doorway; especially since I wasn’t allowed indoors in the past; and I still didn’t fully trust them. It was warm and dry, so I stuck it out, it wasn’t so bad after all. In the morning the nice lady removed some of my many ticks and commented on how many fleas I had. That day I waited at the dock for them to come back from snorkeling and was so very happy to see them we relaxed on the dock until the evening!! The next day they took me to the humane society on the island to try and get me cleaned up by removing all those pesky fleas and ticks hoping I could get adopted by someone on the island. They were so sad to leave me here and the shelter vet said that I had better chances of getting adopted in the United States, so after a few tears they agreed it would be too hard to leave me behind. My life was about to begin…….
Reeses is a very special boy and due to his rough life needs a special home. He very much loves to play; his toys are his pride and joy, and he LOVES playing ball. He likes to hoard toys and appreciates an area that he can have to himself. He still loves to relax and snuggle and can be very lazy at times. Reeses loves to go for walks and car rides, he still is improving on his manners but has made big strides with leash walking. Reeses gets along with female dogs but is dog selective. He would benefit from a home without cats and without any little kids. He is very smart and is a quick learner. He would make a perfect companion for the right family or person looking to give this special boy a second chance at having a great life. Please fill out an application at actnowrescue.net
Rescue

Act Now Rescue - St Louis Mo

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
JAN SIENER
Phone
Address
ST LOUIS, MO 63151

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Pay Fee

4.

Sign Adoption Contract

5.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

PLEASE FILLOUT APPLICATION ON OUR WEBSITE. (www.actnowrescue.net) WE USE VET CHECKS, PERSONAL REFERENCES AND HOME VISITS TO ENSURE OUR RESCUES GO TO GOOD LOVING FOREVER HOMES.. Adoption fees vary but all include spay/neuter, utd vaccinations, microchipping and deworming
PLEASE FILLOUT APPLICATION ON OUR WEBSITE. (www.actnowrescue.net) WE USE VET CHECKS, PERSONAL REFERENCES AND HOME VISITS TO ENSURE OUR RESCUES GO TO GOOD LOVING FOREVER HOMES.. Adoption fees vary but all include spay/neuter, utd vaccinations, microchipping and deworming

Go meet their pets

We work soley as a foster rescue organization. Arrangements are made on a case by case basis for meeting families with prospective animals. Every consideration is made to accomodate families to make the adoption process as easy as possible.
We work soley as a foster rescue organization. Arrangements are made on a case by case basis for meeting families with prospective animals. Every consideration is made to accomodate families to make the adoption process as easy as possible.

More about this rescue

ACT Now! Rescue is an all volunteer, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) no kill dog rescue and animal welfare organization serving St. Louis County, Jefferson County, St. Charles, Warren and Franklin County in Missouri. We operate through a foster network and work with local shelters, as well as take in stray and abandoned animals. As an organization, we strongly oppose puppy mills and breeding programs and emphasize education and a vigorous spay/neuter program in order to reduce problems of overpopulation. We started full operations in September 2006. There are many exciting opportunities to join the group and help further the causes of dog and cat welfare in this region. We are currently looking for generous people willing to share their homes and serve as foster parents for the animals we take in as well as volunteers to serve is almost every other area of the operation.
ACT Now! Rescue is an all volunteer, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) no kill dog rescue and animal welfare organization serving St. Louis County, Jefferson County, St. Charles, Warren and Franklin County in Missouri. We operate through a foster network and work with local shelters, as well as take in stray and abandoned animals. As an organization, we strongly oppose puppy mills and breeding programs and emphasize education and a vigorous spay/neuter program in order to reduce problems of overpopulation. We started full operations in September 2006. There are many exciting opportunities to join the group and help further the causes of dog and cat welfare in this region. We are currently looking for generous people willing to share their homes and serve as foster parents for the animals we take in as well as volunteers to serve is almost every other area of the operation.