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My name is Apollo!
I'm being cared for by
CT Animal House
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Approve Application

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Meet the Pet

4.

Home Check

5.

Approve Application

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Hound (Unknown Type)/Pointer
Color
White - with Black
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 55 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID
2022-3

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

**Connecticut or Rhode Island Only **

Apollo is a 2 years old male hound/pointer mix. He is energetic and playful and will need to be exercised and rehabilitated. He is currently in foster care and his foster mom says Apollo is snuggley andaffectionate. He does well with the othere dogs in his foster home. He has not been checked with cats and chldren. Given his disabiity he would do best with older kids who undertand boundries.

Apollo’s surgery went well, and now it’s time for this boy to heal and find a home! Apollo will do best in a home with supervision for now, as he really wants to be with people, and will need to learn to compensate for the loss of his front leg. As sad as it is for Apollo, dogs do adapt pretty well after an amputation. . If you are interested in adopting this sweet, high energy tripod, please fill out an application by going to neccog.org, or calling CT Animal House at 860-271-1361. Or call NECCOG Animal Control at 860-774-1253.
**Connecticut or Rhode Island Only **

Apollo is a 2 years old male hound/pointer mix. He is energetic and playful and will need to be exercised and rehabilitated. He is currently in foster care and his foster mom says Apollo is snuggley andaffectionate. He does well with the othere dogs in his foster home. He has not been checked with cats and chldren. Given his disabiity he would do best with older kids who undertand boundries.

Apollo’s surgery went well, and now it’s time for this boy to heal and find a home! Apollo will do best in a home with supervision for now, as he really wants to be with people, and will need to learn to compensate for the loss of his front leg. As sad as it is for Apollo, dogs do adapt pretty well after an amputation. . If you are interested in adopting this sweet, high energy tripod, please fill out an application by going to neccog.org, or calling CT Animal House at 860-271-1361. Or call NECCOG Animal Control at 860-774-1253.
Rescue

CT Animal House

Contact info
Pet ID
2022-3
Contact
Address
Waterford, CT 06385

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Your application will be reviewed and you will be contacted by one of our adoption coordinators within 3-5 business days.

2.

Interview

Our adoption coordinator will give you a call and schedule a time for a phone interview to go over your application. References are checked.

3.

Meet the Pet

We will schedule a meet and greet with your family, both human and animal, with the dog you are interested in adopting.

4.

Home Check

We will verify your home is appropriate for the dog you are adopting.

5.

Approve Application

If all goes well, we will make the arrangements for you to welcome your new dog into your home!

6.

Pay Fee

Pay the $300 adoption fee.

7.

Take the Pet Home

Take home your new family member!!!

Additional adoption info

Following adoption: CT Animal House will be available to guide you through the transition with your new friend. We want to make sure that your experience in adopting a shelter dog is a good one! CT Animal House asks for a tax deductible donation of $300 per dog. Dogs are spayed/neutered ,vaccinated, and micro-chipped. Per our adoption agreement, pups under the age of 6 months will receive a scheduled spay/neuter appointment at the Vet of our choice to be used when the pup turns 6 months old.
Following adoption: CT Animal House will be available to guide you through the transition with your new friend. We want to make sure that your experience in adopting a shelter dog is a good one! CT Animal House asks for a tax deductible donation of $300 per dog. Dogs are spayed/neutered ,vaccinated, and micro-chipped. Per our adoption agreement, pups under the age of 6 months will receive a scheduled spay/neuter appointment at the Vet of our choice to be used when the pup turns 6 months old.

Go meet their pets

Follow us on Facebook to see where our CT Animal House events will be next. We often are out in the community at supporting pet stores and businesses, introducing ourselves and our mission. Some of our events will be attended by a handful of dogs. Primarily our purpose at these venues is to highlight some of our stories of success, spread the word on the power of adopting rescues, and give us a chance to meet great new potential adopters, fosters and volunteers.
Follow us on Facebook to see where our CT Animal House events will be next. We often are out in the community at supporting pet stores and businesses, introducing ourselves and our mission. Some of our events will be attended by a handful of dogs. Primarily our purpose at these venues is to highlight some of our stories of success, spread the word on the power of adopting rescues, and give us a chance to meet great new potential adopters, fosters and volunteers.

More about this rescue

CT Animal House is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that assists Connecticut Municipal Pounds by providing support for emergency medical expenses, grooming, evaluation, behavioral training, and promotion of animals through our networks in order to improve each animal's chances for adoption. Too often animals with special needs go untreated and are eventually deemed unadoptable and euthanized. Our website is https://www.ctanimalhouse.org. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ctanimalhouse or Instagram @ct_animal_house
CT Animal House is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that assists Connecticut Municipal Pounds by providing support for emergency medical expenses, grooming, evaluation, behavioral training, and promotion of animals through our networks in order to improve each animal's chances for adoption. Too often animals with special needs go untreated and are eventually deemed unadoptable and euthanized. Our website is https://www.ctanimalhouse.org. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ctanimalhouse or Instagram @ct_animal_house