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My name is Gracie!
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KEG Animal Rescue - CT

Facts about me

Breed
Australian Cattle Dog
Color
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - with White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 36 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Carrie

My info

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

My story

If interested in Gracie please contact Carrie Bowman at 731-267-5535 or cabowman67@yahoo.com for an adoption application. Gracie was found with her siblings dumped in a commercial trash compactor. Her siblings have been adopted and now it's Gracie's turn to find her forever family. Gracie is a very sweet girl who just wants to be loved. she is a little unsure of strangers at first but does warm up with a little patience. She would do best in a home with a fence yard and another dog to help build her confidence. Gracie gets along with all the dogs in the foster home but really enjoys playing with the pup the most. She also enjoys playing with the kitten as well. She loves her chew toys and is very treat motivated. Gracie is such a beautiful dog inside and out and she wants more then anything to be loved. Gracie will make a great companion to the right home.
If interested in Gracie please contact Carrie Bowman at 731-267-5535 or cabowman67@yahoo.com for an adoption application. Gracie was found with her siblings dumped in a commercial trash compactor. Her siblings have been adopted and now it's Gracie's turn to find her forever family. Gracie is a very sweet girl who just wants to be loved. she is a little unsure of strangers at first but does warm up with a little patience. She would do best in a home with a fence yard and another dog to help build her confidence. Gracie gets along with all the dogs in the foster home but really enjoys playing with the pup the most. She also enjoys playing with the kitten as well. She loves her chew toys and is very treat motivated. Gracie is such a beautiful dog inside and out and she wants more then anything to be loved. Gracie will make a great companion to the right home.
Rescue

KEG Animal Rescue - CT

Contact info
Pet ID
Carrie
Contact
Phone
Website
Address
Glastonbury, CT 06033
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

KEG Rescue is a small rescue . We work with several rescue group from New England to help adopt our pups/dogs and move them into GREAT homes. New England states have worked hard to pass great laws concerning spay/neuter. By passing these laws they there aren't as many "unwanted litters" in the New England States. There are several transport companies that bring southern rescue pups north to their new homes. KEG Rescue utilizesRed Fern Ranch Transport. Be sure to check them out on Facebook. They are sure to keep adopters updated as the transport is traveling. Our adoptions are directly thru our website (although we do hope to expand to foster homes in New England if possible). it’s not possible to arrange a meeting of the pup before adoption. This type of adoption doesn't work for everyone and we would be happy to put you in touch with some of our sister groups who have pups on site. The adoption fee covers all of the vet work that has been performed prior to adoption. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, vaccinated as age appropriate. If you are still interested in adopting from us, please email for an application. We have several adoption coordinators that process the applications and will contact you.
KEG Rescue is a small rescue . We work with several rescue group from New England to help adopt our pups/dogs and move them into GREAT homes. New England states have worked hard to pass great laws concerning spay/neuter. By passing these laws they there aren't as many "unwanted litters" in the New England States. There are several transport companies that bring southern rescue pups north to their new homes. KEG Rescue utilizesRed Fern Ranch Transport. Be sure to check them out on Facebook. They are sure to keep adopters updated as the transport is traveling. Our adoptions are directly thru our website (although we do hope to expand to foster homes in New England if possible). it’s not possible to arrange a meeting of the pup before adoption. This type of adoption doesn't work for everyone and we would be happy to put you in touch with some of our sister groups who have pups on site. The adoption fee covers all of the vet work that has been performed prior to adoption. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, vaccinated as age appropriate. If you are still interested in adopting from us, please email for an application. We have several adoption coordinators that process the applications and will contact you.

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The puppy/dog you inquired about is still in a southern foster home.
The puppy/dog you inquired about is still in a southern foster home.

More about this rescue

KEG Rescue was started in 2009 and became a Chartered Non Profit on May 28, 2010. It started as a few people wanting to help the many unwanted puppies and dogs in our area. We are one of many rescues in this area as there are so many homeless pets. All our rescues have a common goal of educating the public about the importance of pet ownership and the benefits of spay/neuter We do this by private adoptions from our site and also partner with other rescues in New England. We believe that these "throw aways" and "mistakes" deserve a forever home of their own. WE receive our pups/dogs in many ways- we pull from several kill shelters, dogs that are abandoned, and from people who call who need to surrender their own dogs or whose dogs have had puppies. We also focus on not only the many puppies that are down south we also focus on adults that sometimes are harder to place because of their age/size. It is very easy to fall in love with the puppy face but there are even more adult dogs that are abandoned down south
KEG Rescue was started in 2009 and became a Chartered Non Profit on May 28, 2010. It started as a few people wanting to help the many unwanted puppies and dogs in our area. We are one of many rescues in this area as there are so many homeless pets. All our rescues have a common goal of educating the public about the importance of pet ownership and the benefits of spay/neuter We do this by private adoptions from our site and also partner with other rescues in New England. We believe that these "throw aways" and "mistakes" deserve a forever home of their own. WE receive our pups/dogs in many ways- we pull from several kill shelters, dogs that are abandoned, and from people who call who need to surrender their own dogs or whose dogs have had puppies. We also focus on not only the many puppies that are down south we also focus on adults that sometimes are harder to place because of their age/size. It is very easy to fall in love with the puppy face but there are even more adult dogs that are abandoned down south