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My name is Orange Sky!
I'm being cared for by
Soul Dog Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Cattle Dog/Australian Shepherd
Color
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 27 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID
A2022236

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hi! My name is Orange Sky! I am a super handsome guy at about 5 months. I am a bit of a shy and insecure dog especially around new situations or people. I love to play ball and will be an active dog. I have done okay with cats and have done well with other dogs.

This animal is at the shelter. If you would like to meet this pup the shelter is open from 10:00am to 5:00pm daily. Please go to www.souldog.org to fill out an adoption application.

If you have other dogs in the home and are meeting a dog you must bring them for the meet and greet. If you rent, you must provide proof animals are allowed. We will contact references. When submitting your adoption application make sure to submit a good clear picture of your living room, kitchen, and yard.

Filling out an adoption application does not mean you will be adopting the animal. Doing a meet and greet with one of our animals does not guarantee you are adopting the animal. We will select the family we feel is the best choice for that animal after screening and meeting applicants.
Hi! My name is Orange Sky! I am a super handsome guy at about 5 months. I am a bit of a shy and insecure dog especially around new situations or people. I love to play ball and will be an active dog. I have done okay with cats and have done well with other dogs.

This animal is at the shelter. If you would like to meet this pup the shelter is open from 10:00am to 5:00pm daily. Please go to www.souldog.org to fill out an adoption application.

If you have other dogs in the home and are meeting a dog you must bring them for the meet and greet. If you rent, you must provide proof animals are allowed. We will contact references. When submitting your adoption application make sure to submit a good clear picture of your living room, kitchen, and yard.

Filling out an adoption application does not mean you will be adopting the animal. Doing a meet and greet with one of our animals does not guarantee you are adopting the animal. We will select the family we feel is the best choice for that animal after screening and meeting applicants.
Rescue

Soul Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
A2022236
Contact
Phone
Address
Fort Lupton, CO 80621

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adoptions can be completed at our Fort Lupton facility or at one of our many adoption evens that are held around the Denver metro area.
Adoptions can be completed at our Fort Lupton facility or at one of our many adoption evens that are held around the Denver metro area.

More about this rescue

Soul Dog is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue organization founded with the mission to spay/neuter and protect animals. We are currently a small group of committed volunteers making a difference in the life of one animal at a time. As an all volunteer administration, all donations made to Soul Dog go directly to improving the health of the pets that share our lives. Soul Dog is proactive in animal welfare advancing the need for spaying and neutering our pets to reduce overpopulation. We travel to rural communities on Native American reservations, where spaying and neutering will only happen if it is nearly free or very convenient. Soul Dog works with volunteer veterinarians to provide the spaying and neutering service at no cost to the public. Donations are used to defray the costs associated with medications, supplies, and the operating cost for clinics.
Soul Dog is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue organization founded with the mission to spay/neuter and protect animals. We are currently a small group of committed volunteers making a difference in the life of one animal at a time. As an all volunteer administration, all donations made to Soul Dog go directly to improving the health of the pets that share our lives. Soul Dog is proactive in animal welfare advancing the need for spaying and neutering our pets to reduce overpopulation. We travel to rural communities on Native American reservations, where spaying and neutering will only happen if it is nearly free or very convenient. Soul Dog works with volunteer veterinarians to provide the spaying and neutering service at no cost to the public. Donations are used to defray the costs associated with medications, supplies, and the operating cost for clinics.