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My name is Marlow!

Facts about me

Breed
Border Collie
Color
Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Age
2 years 1 month old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 40 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Marlow! Marlow came up from rural KY as part of a severe neglect case. Him and several other dogs where living in horrible conditions when a partner shelter and rescue reached out to us for assistance. Marlow is a supposed collie mix and a medium to large guy. While he weighs about forty pounds, he should probably be more at fifty or fifty-five. Marlow is estimated at about two years old.

Marlow immediately connected to foster mom, he has a tendency to find his person and run with that. He loves laying next to her and curling up next to her. Despite his horrible living conditions, Marlow is a fantastic guy. He is very gentle and as of now low key. He could liven up once a little more comfortable but we don’t think he will be overly hyper.

Marlow is doing well with the other dogs in the home. He is a bit hesitant around them but given the situation, that is not a surprise. When dogs suffer this type of trauma, they need sometimes needs to relearn resources do not need to be fought over. Time and patience will surly help Marlo’s reestablish his over all trust. Marlow has already after a few short days progressed. He is with a small JRT and an older Shepard mix and has not had any issues. He has started to want to play with the JRT and she is always game for that.

Marlow is doing great with his training. He did initially mark but for the most part waits to potty outside. He does well in the crate. Marlow walks decently in the leash but does not have leash skills.

Marlow is just an overall sweet, well behaved dog. If this sounds like you guy, apply today at https://www.rescueahart.org/ in order to show Marlow that not all people are bad!
Meet Marlow! Marlow came up from rural KY as part of a severe neglect case. Him and several other dogs where living in horrible conditions when a partner shelter and rescue reached out to us for assistance. Marlow is a supposed collie mix and a medium to large guy. While he weighs about forty pounds, he should probably be more at fifty or fifty-five. Marlow is estimated at about two years old.

Marlow immediately connected to foster mom, he has a tendency to find his person and run with that. He loves laying next to her and curling up next to her. Despite his horrible living conditions, Marlow is a fantastic guy. He is very gentle and as of now low key. He could liven up once a little more comfortable but we don’t think he will be overly hyper.

Marlow is doing well with the other dogs in the home. He is a bit hesitant around them but given the situation, that is not a surprise. When dogs suffer this type of trauma, they need sometimes needs to relearn resources do not need to be fought over. Time and patience will surly help Marlo’s reestablish his over all trust. Marlow has already after a few short days progressed. He is with a small JRT and an older Shepard mix and has not had any issues. He has started to want to play with the JRT and she is always game for that.

Marlow is doing great with his training. He did initially mark but for the most part waits to potty outside. He does well in the crate. Marlow walks decently in the leash but does not have leash skills.

Marlow is just an overall sweet, well behaved dog. If this sounds like you guy, apply today at https://www.rescueahart.org/ in order to show Marlow that not all people are bad!
Rescue

Homeless Animal Rescue Team of Cincinnati, OH

Contact info
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Contact
Phone
Address
Cincinnati, OH 45246

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

$300 per Puppy (under 53 weeks old) $250 per Dog (53 weeks or older) $70 per Cat $80 per Kitten $100 Special breed cats, or as determined by our intake leader Special dog breeds will be determined by our intake leader - likely $300 Fee includes : 24 PetWatch Microchip, insertion and registration Spay/Neuter Fecal test; dewormer (kitties) Treatment for flea and ticks 1st three set of puppy shots (puppies only) or FVRCP shots (kitties, # depends on age) Heartworm test, Bordatella, DHPP (dogs only) FeLV/FIV test (kitties only) Rabies
$300 per Puppy (under 53 weeks old) $250 per Dog (53 weeks or older) $70 per Cat $80 per Kitten $100 Special breed cats, or as determined by our intake leader Special dog breeds will be determined by our intake leader - likely $300 Fee includes : 24 PetWatch Microchip, insertion and registration Spay/Neuter Fecal test; dewormer (kitties) Treatment for flea and ticks 1st three set of puppy shots (puppies only) or FVRCP shots (kitties, # depends on age) Heartworm test, Bordatella, DHPP (dogs only) FeLV/FIV test (kitties only) Rabies

Go meet their pets

See our website (www.rescueahart.org) for schedule of events.
See our website (www.rescueahart.org) for schedule of events.

More about this rescue

The purpose of HART is to rescue homeless animals, saving them from euthanization, abandonment, & abuse HART places all rescued animals in foster homes vs shelter All HART animals receive: Top notch veterinarian care and all currently needed vaccinations Specialized treatment and surgeries as needed 24 PetWatch microchips Spay and neuter of all animals Hart members share the same goal to save, spay, and neuter all of our rescued animals with love and respect We are 100% volunteer no paid staff of any kind
The purpose of HART is to rescue homeless animals, saving them from euthanization, abandonment, & abuse HART places all rescued animals in foster homes vs shelter All HART animals receive: Top notch veterinarian care and all currently needed vaccinations Specialized treatment and surgeries as needed 24 PetWatch microchips Spay and neuter of all animals Hart members share the same goal to save, spay, and neuter all of our rescued animals with love and respect We are 100% volunteer no paid staff of any kind