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My name is Otto!
I'm being cared for by
Pet Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Terrier (Unknown Type, Small)
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 14 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

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

My story

Otto is a sweet little guy who has a gentle, quiet nature. He is in a foster home with other dogs, and enjoys their company. Otto's foster mom is working with him to build confidence and he has made good progress. It has been slow but steady, and he now enjoys his foster mom's attention, accepting pets and of course treats. Otto knows to use wee wee pads, and is transitioning to complete housebreaking. Otto's forever home should be with a family that has experience with shy dogs. Apartment living will be a little overwhelming for him, and he will do well in a house... a quiet environment, with adults and no small children. A canine buddy would be a plus. This little boy is a gem, just waiting for the right person or family to help him reach his potential.
If you are interested in this dog, please submit an application directly to our website at www.ny-petrescue.org. Only applications submitted directly to Petrescue will be considered.
Otto is a sweet little guy who has a gentle, quiet nature. He is in a foster home with other dogs, and enjoys their company. Otto's foster mom is working with him to build confidence and he has made good progress. It has been slow but steady, and he now enjoys his foster mom's attention, accepting pets and of course treats. Otto knows to use wee wee pads, and is transitioning to complete housebreaking. Otto's forever home should be with a family that has experience with shy dogs. Apartment living will be a little overwhelming for him, and he will do well in a house... a quiet environment, with adults and no small children. A canine buddy would be a plus. This little boy is a gem, just waiting for the right person or family to help him reach his potential.
If you are interested in this dog, please submit an application directly to our website at www.ny-petrescue.org. Only applications submitted directly to Petrescue will be considered.
Rescue

Pet Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Harrison, NY 10528

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

To adopt a cat or dog, please fill out an adoption application from our website: http://www.ny-petrescue.org under the "adopt" tab. The adoption donation for a puppy/dog is $300-$450 and for kitten/cat is $100-$200 (high amounts for pure breeds). If the puppy or kitten is too young to be neutered, we require a spay/neuter deposit of $60 which is refundable upon receipt of proof from your vet. All adoption donations are tax-deductible. Our pets are examined by a veterinarian, spayed and neutered if age appropriate, vaccinated, dewormed, receive flea/tick treatment and microchipped. Our review process may happen quickly (within two days) or may take up to two weeks - email is our preferred means of communication. Please contact us by email at nypetrescue@gmail.com.
To adopt a cat or dog, please fill out an adoption application from our website: http://www.ny-petrescue.org under the "adopt" tab. The adoption donation for a puppy/dog is $300-$450 and for kitten/cat is $100-$200 (high amounts for pure breeds). If the puppy or kitten is too young to be neutered, we require a spay/neuter deposit of $60 which is refundable upon receipt of proof from your vet. All adoption donations are tax-deductible. Our pets are examined by a veterinarian, spayed and neutered if age appropriate, vaccinated, dewormed, receive flea/tick treatment and microchipped. Our review process may happen quickly (within two days) or may take up to two weeks - email is our preferred means of communication. Please contact us by email at nypetrescue@gmail.com.

Go meet their pets

We have adoption events almost every weekend or you can meet a pet by appointment. Please check our calendar under "events" on our website or click here: http://www.ny-petrescue.org. While many of our animals are kenneled in our facility, many are fostered in loving homes which provides special care and attention - and allows Pet Rescue to expertly match our pets with prospective homes.
We have adoption events almost every weekend or you can meet a pet by appointment. Please check our calendar under "events" on our website or click here: http://www.ny-petrescue.org. While many of our animals are kenneled in our facility, many are fostered in loving homes which provides special care and attention - and allows Pet Rescue to expertly match our pets with prospective homes.

More about this rescue

Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization founded in 1982 by volunteer workers who met at a "no-kill" animal shelter. Dismayed at the terrible living conditions of the animals there, they left to establish a rescue group to properly care for cats and dogs in need, and find them safe and loving homes. Many of our animals are fostered by group members and outside volunteers, while other animals are housed at our facility. The animals come from various places. Some come from owners who are no longer able to care for them. Others are taken from shelters, yet still others (many others) come from the streets. Those rescued from the streets often arrive sick or injured, and are subsequently treated by veterinarians. We have great success finding homes for puppies and kittens as well as older animals and those with special needs (such as blind and handicapped cats and dogs). We pride ourselves on finding the best match between people and pets. We average about 600 adoptions per year! We are always in need of donations to help us continue our mission - and we could not survive without our wonderful volunteers. We are always in need of more foster homes. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about us! http://www.ny-petrescue.org
Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization founded in 1982 by volunteer workers who met at a "no-kill" animal shelter. Dismayed at the terrible living conditions of the animals there, they left to establish a rescue group to properly care for cats and dogs in need, and find them safe and loving homes. Many of our animals are fostered by group members and outside volunteers, while other animals are housed at our facility. The animals come from various places. Some come from owners who are no longer able to care for them. Others are taken from shelters, yet still others (many others) come from the streets. Those rescued from the streets often arrive sick or injured, and are subsequently treated by veterinarians. We have great success finding homes for puppies and kittens as well as older animals and those with special needs (such as blind and handicapped cats and dogs). We pride ourselves on finding the best match between people and pets. We average about 600 adoptions per year! We are always in need of donations to help us continue our mission - and we could not survive without our wonderful volunteers. We are always in need of more foster homes. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about us! http://www.ny-petrescue.org