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My name is Petie!
I'm being cared for by
BARK Rescue Foster Families
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Take the Pet Home

4.

Pay Fee

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Parson Russell Terrier/Maltese
Color
White
Age
7 months old, Puppy
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 11 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet petie he is a Maltese / Russell mix. Has alot of energy and loves to play. Please see lots of video's on our Facebook page - Bark rescue foster families
♡♡♡ must go to a home with another active 4 legged playmate ♡♡♡♡
He is neutered and current on vaccines and monthly preventives.
Super playful and loves other small dogs fine with kids and cats.
Working on housetraining and leashtraining. He is crate trained for nite time and doing great in the house.
Previous owner was elderly...and said he had to much energy for them.

He's a very fun bouncy boy.
He loves to play...he ❤️ s his toys.
He is a talkative happy loving goofball.
Available 9/27
Central VA
Application at this link: https://form.jotform.com/51735036691154

Foster can make arrangements to meet you or we do work with a usda certified transport service. Their average fee is 190

Rescue

BARK Rescue Foster Families

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Prince William County, VA 22192
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

First part in the process of adoption is submitting the application that is provided to you.

2.

Interview

Second step is if your application is approved we will conduct an interview with you and a short check with your veterinarian.

3.

Take the Pet Home

If everything is good and your the approved adopter then your welcome to take the dog/cat home.

4.

Pay Fee

You will pay the fee at the time of adoption.

Additional adoption info

Any dog we pull is taken from the shelter to the vet for all their shots, heart worm test (if age appropriate), treated for fleas, fecal tested, dewormed, and spay/neuter. If the dog tests positive for heart worm we will treat them! We are going to get these urgent dogs out of there and set them up to live a healthy, happy life. Please note that many dogs/puppies have worms and are dewormed once or twice prior to being adopted. You will need to follow up with another deworming. Our suggestion is to bring your dog to the vet within 72 hours of receiving for an exam. Adopting is a huge responsibility and it needs to be for the life of the animal.. We do not tolerate any of our dogs going into a shelter. We do not rescue them from high kill shelters for them to end up anywhere except loving, forever homes. We take this oath seriously and expect all our adopters to do the same. Adopting should be a lifelong commitment and an exciting experience.

Go meet their pets

Best way to get a quick response is to EMAIL.

More about this rescue

feel free to email us at volunteer4rescue@gmail.com non profit 501c3 organization. 47-2233168 Its pretty simple why we do what we do.. it only takes one trip through an animal control facility thats full and euthanizes daily. Its pretty simple what you do next... you have to help and make a difference, even if its only for a few, its better then doing nothing at all Adoption process in short: An approved adoption application is required along with a proper identification before any adoption can take place. Several forms, including the application will be given to you to complete after you have found a pet you may want to adopt. Allow extra time for the adoption process. A short interview with the adoption counselor (foster) may be required before any adoption is approved. There are times that adoptions are denied for various reasons.BRFF tries to ensure both the new pet and the new owners are compatible. BRFF's adoption fees for dogs and cats include spaying and neutering (8 weeks & up), vaccination and permanent-ID microchip.