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My name is Camie!
I'm being cared for by
Pointer Rescue Organization
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

Facts about me

Breed
Pointer
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 36 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID
220253-P-B-MO

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small red x Shots not current
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Hi, I’m Camie and I am a happy, snuggly little (36lbs) pointer. I was a stray in KY and then spent waaaaay too much time in a super scary shelter. Finally, PRO came and got me and now I live in Idaho. I live in a warm house with other dogs who are nice to me. I scamper around the yard and at night I sleep in my crate which is my second favorite place to sleep. My first favorite place to sleep is right next to my foster mom.
When I first got here, I wasn’t too sure about any of it, but now I am getting more confident and playful. I love toys and bones and treats. Whatever toy I have is my favorite toy. Whatever treat you give me is the best thing I have ever tasted. And whenever you pat me, it is the most wonderful feeling I have ever had.
New people make me a little nervous, but so far, everyone I meet is the nicest person I have ever met, so I am getting more comfortable with new people and places.
I enjoy my foster siblings, especially the other pointer because she plays chase with me. The other dogs also help me see that people aren’t scary and they help me feel less scared.
I love to go on walks and look for critters. Foster mom plays a game with me where I run ahead and then she calls me, and I race back to her as fast as I can. Then she kneels down and pats me and rubs my ears and says I am the smartest and best puppy ever. It’s my favorite game. After a good walk and some of the race back game, I love to come home and curl up on foster mom’s lap for a little rest and recovery.
I know that my furever home is going to be the best family ever and that every day with them is going to be my favorite day. I can’t wait for them to find me.
Camie is a beautiful pocket pointer with an intelligent expression and the softest ears. She embodies enthusiasm and unadulterated joy.
Camie has adjusted easily to living in a house. She has never had an accident, and she is very clear about signaling when she needs to go out. Camie is comfortable in her crate. She has discovered the joy of toys and collects as many as she can. I have to clear her crate out every other day or there wouldn’t be room for her.
She walks well on a leash but is easily excited by birds and chipmunks. She is learning recall and because she loves attention so much, she is usually happy to check back to me, even when I haven’t called her.
My guess is that Camie lived a bit of a hardscrabble life, and she can be protective of “her things.” She growled once or twice in the first few days, now she just uses her body to block the other dog from approaching her toy stash. She has never tried to guard anything from me and is less anxious about her stuff every day.
While a little shy meeting new people, Camie absolutely loves to be patted and scratched and made a fuss of, so she warms up quickly to anyone who is kind to her. She is still terrified of children, and a home with small children would probably overwhelm her.
Camie is a wonderful companion. Funny and engaged, she is good company whether you are running errands, taking a walk or settling in for a night of Netflix.
Camie’s ideal furever home would have people who were around most of the time, another dog to play with, plenty of adventures, a secure yard and endless snuggles.
Hi, I’m Camie and I am a happy, snuggly little (36lbs) pointer. I was a stray in KY and then spent waaaaay too much time in a super scary shelter. Finally, PRO came and got me and now I live in Idaho. I live in a warm house with other dogs who are nice to me. I scamper around the yard and at night I sleep in my crate which is my second favorite place to sleep. My first favorite place to sleep is right next to my foster mom.
When I first got here, I wasn’t too sure about any of it, but now I am getting more confident and playful. I love toys and bones and treats. Whatever toy I have is my favorite toy. Whatever treat you give me is the best thing I have ever tasted. And whenever you pat me, it is the most wonderful feeling I have ever had.
New people make me a little nervous, but so far, everyone I meet is the nicest person I have ever met, so I am getting more comfortable with new people and places.
I enjoy my foster siblings, especially the other pointer because she plays chase with me. The other dogs also help me see that people aren’t scary and they help me feel less scared.
I love to go on walks and look for critters. Foster mom plays a game with me where I run ahead and then she calls me, and I race back to her as fast as I can. Then she kneels down and pats me and rubs my ears and says I am the smartest and best puppy ever. It’s my favorite game. After a good walk and some of the race back game, I love to come home and curl up on foster mom’s lap for a little rest and recovery.
I know that my furever home is going to be the best family ever and that every day with them is going to be my favorite day. I can’t wait for them to find me.
Camie is a beautiful pocket pointer with an intelligent expression and the softest ears. She embodies enthusiasm and unadulterated joy.
Camie has adjusted easily to living in a house. She has never had an accident, and she is very clear about signaling when she needs to go out. Camie is comfortable in her crate. She has discovered the joy of toys and collects as many as she can. I have to clear her crate out every other day or there wouldn’t be room for her.
She walks well on a leash but is easily excited by birds and chipmunks. She is learning recall and because she loves attention so much, she is usually happy to check back to me, even when I haven’t called her.
My guess is that Camie lived a bit of a hardscrabble life, and she can be protective of “her things.” She growled once or twice in the first few days, now she just uses her body to block the other dog from approaching her toy stash. She has never tried to guard anything from me and is less anxious about her stuff every day.
While a little shy meeting new people, Camie absolutely loves to be patted and scratched and made a fuss of, so she warms up quickly to anyone who is kind to her. She is still terrified of children, and a home with small children would probably overwhelm her.
Camie is a wonderful companion. Funny and engaged, she is good company whether you are running errands, taking a walk or settling in for a night of Netflix.
Camie’s ideal furever home would have people who were around most of the time, another dog to play with, plenty of adventures, a secure yard and endless snuggles.
Rescue

Pointer Rescue Organization

Contact info
Pet ID
220253-P-B-MO
Contact
Phone
Address
Hailey, ID 83333
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Applications are available on the website http://www.pointerrescue.org/pro_adoption.html

2.

Interview

There will be a phone interview, a virtual home visit and a vet reference.

3.

Approve Application

Once approved, you will work with your coordinator and talk to the foster who has the dog you are interested in.

Additional adoption info

PRO will transport dogs up to 1500 miles.
PRO will transport dogs up to 1500 miles.

More about this rescue

We are a nationwide, foster based rescue for Pointers, sometimes known as English Pointers. We get dogs who have been dumped, abandoned, lost or just need a new home and a fresh start in life. More information and applications at http://www.pointerrescue.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/PointerRescueOrg
We are a nationwide, foster based rescue for Pointers, sometimes known as English Pointers. We get dogs who have been dumped, abandoned, lost or just need a new home and a fresh start in life. More information and applications at http://www.pointerrescue.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/PointerRescueOrg