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My name is Tucker!
I'm being cared for by
Dog House Animal Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Interview

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Interview

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Hound (Unknown Type)
Color
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - with Black
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 35 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID
1

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
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Tucker!


1 yr | Hound/ Shepherd Mix? | Great family dog | Puppy Manners | High Energy | Escape Artist | People person | Great with other dogs | Not Cat tested | Has lived with young children! | Perfect Second Dog

Tucker a.k.a Tuck tuck has been the biggest gentle-man since coming into care. Tucker adores everyone one and everything he has met so far even if he thinks it might be scary at first. Tucker is still learning what home life is like and is still need of reminders about house rules, including marking, jumping on counters etc. Tucker would love to soak up every breathing moment with his humans if he could but we are teaching him that some alone time here and there is healthy for everyone! Which means crate time! Tucker is still learning to love his crate and goes in for his meals no problem but can vocalize when he feels he'd rather be getting pet.

Tucker like most hounds, often gets lost following his nose! So off leash is not an option for this master escape artist. Tucker has even managed to get out of the most secure seeming yards so supervision while outdoors is a must for this adventurer. Tucker LOVES his walks! As long as there are no scary cars or motorcycles he walks excellently on his slip leash, but we recommend double leashing to ensure Tucker remains safe and secure at all times. Tucker will need some more reminders about walking beside you instead of nose to the roses but has made excellent progress so far! If Tucker seems like a good fit for your family, please send us an application.
Tucker!


1 yr | Hound/ Shepherd Mix? | Great family dog | Puppy Manners | High Energy | Escape Artist | People person | Great with other dogs | Not Cat tested | Has lived with young children! | Perfect Second Dog

Tucker a.k.a Tuck tuck has been the biggest gentle-man since coming into care. Tucker adores everyone one and everything he has met so far even if he thinks it might be scary at first. Tucker is still learning what home life is like and is still need of reminders about house rules, including marking, jumping on counters etc. Tucker would love to soak up every breathing moment with his humans if he could but we are teaching him that some alone time here and there is healthy for everyone! Which means crate time! Tucker is still learning to love his crate and goes in for his meals no problem but can vocalize when he feels he'd rather be getting pet.

Tucker like most hounds, often gets lost following his nose! So off leash is not an option for this master escape artist. Tucker has even managed to get out of the most secure seeming yards so supervision while outdoors is a must for this adventurer. Tucker LOVES his walks! As long as there are no scary cars or motorcycles he walks excellently on his slip leash, but we recommend double leashing to ensure Tucker remains safe and secure at all times. Tucker will need some more reminders about walking beside you instead of nose to the roses but has made excellent progress so far! If Tucker seems like a good fit for your family, please send us an application.
Rescue

Dog House Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
1
Contact
Phone
Address
Ottawa, ON K1A 0H8

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

Phone interview

3.

Home Check

Initial interview at adopters home

4.

Meet the Pet

Interview at the foster home to meet the animal.

5.

Interview

Reference Checks

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Adopting a animal requires your time, patience and an amazing decision to stand up against animal overpopulation and homelessness. ​ ​ While in foster care, animals are assessed, vetted and reminded that they belong in a loving home. Once we get to know each animal a little better we will post a detailed description of their personalities, and what type of home would be best suited to each individual animal. While we do not discriminate potential loving homes based on if their yards are fenced in or if they share their walls with any neighbors, we do ask that potential adopters take their time to read our biographies carefully and provide honest and complete applications to ensure our animals find their forever homes the first time. ​ ​ Once your application is received, one of our super-human volunteers will review your application and determine if you would be a good match. While we will always try our best to respond to every inquiry within 72 hours please remember that as amazing as our volunteers are, they have families, jobs and their own fur babies to attend to as well. Additionally, none of our members are compensated for donating for their generous time, so a zero tolerance policy is in place for any harassing (including excessive messages), threatening or aggressive messages or comments. ​ ​ If your application is accepted, a member of our team will be in touch as soon as possible to arrange a home visit at which time all family members (of all species) must be present. If a mutually convenient time cannot be arranged within two weeks DHR reserves the right to move on to the next application. Following a successful home visit a DH representative will invite you to visit the animal you have applied for at their foster home or a public area the animal is familiar and comfortable with so adopters can see the true personality of the animal prior to adoption. Once you have had the opportunity to meet your potential new addition, a member of our team will contact you to discuss your meet and greet. If all parties agree the perfect home has been found then we will send you our adoption contract. Once the completed contract and adoption donation have been received, arrangements can be made right away to pick up your pup! Please note we do not hold dogs in care as this means another dog misses the opportunity for a second chance, so please ensure it not only is this dog a great fit for your current situation (not in a few weeks or months) when deciding to proceed to the application. ​ Dogs, like people, take time to adjust to new circumstances and will need time to adjust to your home and their new family. Over time, with consistent training and boundaries the dog will begin to trust you, and feel more supported. So remember to be patient and ease into introductions to new people, animals, places, and dog welcome home parties. This will all help you and your dog have a healthy and successful relationship together. ​ If you have any questions about the adoption process, please contact adopt@doghouserescue.com ​ ​ Adoption Fees Dogs: ​ puppies up to 1 year *$650 dogs 1 year and older *$550 dogs 8+ years *$450​ ​ Cats: ​ Kittens up to 1 year *$250 Cats 1 year and older *$225 Cats 9+ years *$100 ​ Small Animals: ​ Small animals up to 9 years: *$200 Senior Small Animals: *$100
Adopting a animal requires your time, patience and an amazing decision to stand up against animal overpopulation and homelessness. ​ ​ While in foster care, animals are assessed, vetted and reminded that they belong in a loving home. Once we get to know each animal a little better we will post a detailed description of their personalities, and what type of home would be best suited to each individual animal. While we do not discriminate potential loving homes based on if their yards are fenced in or if they share their walls with any neighbors, we do ask that potential adopters take their time to read our biographies carefully and provide honest and complete applications to ensure our animals find their forever homes the first time. ​ ​ Once your application is received, one of our super-human volunteers will review your application and determine if you would be a good match. While we will always try our best to respond to every inquiry within 72 hours please remember that as amazing as our volunteers are, they have families, jobs and their own fur babies to attend to as well. Additionally, none of our members are compensated for donating for their generous time, so a zero tolerance policy is in place for any harassing (including excessive messages), threatening or aggressive messages or comments. ​ ​ If your application is accepted, a member of our team will be in touch as soon as possible to arrange a home visit at which time all family members (of all species) must be present. If a mutually convenient time cannot be arranged within two weeks DHR reserves the right to move on to the next application. Following a successful home visit a DH representative will invite you to visit the animal you have applied for at their foster home or a public area the animal is familiar and comfortable with so adopters can see the true personality of the animal prior to adoption. Once you have had the opportunity to meet your potential new addition, a member of our team will contact you to discuss your meet and greet. If all parties agree the perfect home has been found then we will send you our adoption contract. Once the completed contract and adoption donation have been received, arrangements can be made right away to pick up your pup! Please note we do not hold dogs in care as this means another dog misses the opportunity for a second chance, so please ensure it not only is this dog a great fit for your current situation (not in a few weeks or months) when deciding to proceed to the application. ​ Dogs, like people, take time to adjust to new circumstances and will need time to adjust to your home and their new family. Over time, with consistent training and boundaries the dog will begin to trust you, and feel more supported. So remember to be patient and ease into introductions to new people, animals, places, and dog welcome home parties. This will all help you and your dog have a healthy and successful relationship together. ​ If you have any questions about the adoption process, please contact adopt@doghouserescue.com ​ ​ Adoption Fees Dogs: ​ puppies up to 1 year *$650 dogs 1 year and older *$550 dogs 8+ years *$450​ ​ Cats: ​ Kittens up to 1 year *$250 Cats 1 year and older *$225 Cats 9+ years *$100 ​ Small Animals: ​ Small animals up to 9 years: *$200 Senior Small Animals: *$100

More about this rescue

We are a dedicated team of volunteers that are passionate about animal welfare and give our time, resources and hearts to the pursuit of ending animal abuse and homelessness. When we started DHR we made a commitment that every animal that walks through our doors, receives our support for the rest of their lives, regardless of the circumstances. We strive to not only inspire more animal advocates like us, to join our team, but to educate and make an impact on the cycle of abuse and neglect in our communities. We recognize that without the tireless work of our volunteers, we would not be able to execute our mission, and strive to create and foster an environment of inclusion and appreciation, to all those involved in our DHR family.
We are a dedicated team of volunteers that are passionate about animal welfare and give our time, resources and hearts to the pursuit of ending animal abuse and homelessness. When we started DHR we made a commitment that every animal that walks through our doors, receives our support for the rest of their lives, regardless of the circumstances. We strive to not only inspire more animal advocates like us, to join our team, but to educate and make an impact on the cycle of abuse and neglect in our communities. We recognize that without the tireless work of our volunteers, we would not be able to execute our mission, and strive to create and foster an environment of inclusion and appreciation, to all those involved in our DHR family.