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My name is Zane!

Facts about me

Breed
Cockapoo
Color
Black - with White
Age
5 months old, Puppy
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID

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

My story

Zane is a 4 month old cockapoo. He is happy, heathy and playful. He is doing good with his crate training and ready for his forever home. He has been microchipped, neutered and up to date with shots, deworming and flea prevention.
Zane is a 4 month old cockapoo. He is happy, heathy and playful. He is doing good with his crate training and ready for his forever home. He has been microchipped, neutered and up to date with shots, deworming and flea prevention.
Rescue

Plain & Fancy Animal Rescue. Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Website
Address
Millersburg, OH 44654

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our process is very easy...there is a link to an adoption form on the page for each animal. Find a pet you're interested in adopting, and click the link to complete the adoption form. We'll review it, contact your references, and get in touch with the homes we believe to be the best match. We make no guarantees of working in any order of receipt...we're looking for the proper home for our dogs, not just whoever can fill out the form the fastest! No offense intended, please.
Our process is very easy...there is a link to an adoption form on the page for each animal. Find a pet you're interested in adopting, and click the link to complete the adoption form. We'll review it, contact your references, and get in touch with the homes we believe to be the best match. We make no guarantees of working in any order of receipt...we're looking for the proper home for our dogs, not just whoever can fill out the form the fastest! No offense intended, please.

More about this rescue

It all started with one family in Northern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (yes, THAT Lancaster County). They started reaching out to local Puppy breeders, and they convinced quite a few of them that it's better to place their dogs into a loving home than to continue doing what they used to do with a dog they no longer wanted. In the many years since that humble beginning in 1998, we've grown from a family operation into having dozens of volunteers, supporters, and friends, all of whom are dedicated to the same task: Saving their lives! ​ We also rescue cats from local farms, families, and nearby kill shelters. We've also found homes for rabbits, finches, guinea pigs, maccaws, snakes, frogs, turtles, goats, sheep, pigs, horses and even an alligator! ​ We do not have a shelter facility that you can visit, as we do all our housing and care through foster homes and volunteers. But we do bring our dogs and cats to Pet Valu in Ephrata Pa. We will make appointments for approved adopters to come meet the animal, and see if the animal adopts them (it's far more important that the animal is happy, as they've had the much more difficult life). ​ PLEASE NOTE: We are, as it says above, a family-based effort, and that must come first in everything we do! All our volunteers have families that always take precidence over other activities. So if anyone is slow to respond to you, or we take more time than you might think is proper, chalk it up to being parents first, and animal rescuers second! We hope you understand...
It all started with one family in Northern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (yes, THAT Lancaster County). They started reaching out to local Puppy breeders, and they convinced quite a few of them that it's better to place their dogs into a loving home than to continue doing what they used to do with a dog they no longer wanted. In the many years since that humble beginning in 1998, we've grown from a family operation into having dozens of volunteers, supporters, and friends, all of whom are dedicated to the same task: Saving their lives! ​ We also rescue cats from local farms, families, and nearby kill shelters. We've also found homes for rabbits, finches, guinea pigs, maccaws, snakes, frogs, turtles, goats, sheep, pigs, horses and even an alligator! ​ We do not have a shelter facility that you can visit, as we do all our housing and care through foster homes and volunteers. But we do bring our dogs and cats to Pet Valu in Ephrata Pa. We will make appointments for approved adopters to come meet the animal, and see if the animal adopts them (it's far more important that the animal is happy, as they've had the much more difficult life). ​ PLEASE NOTE: We are, as it says above, a family-based effort, and that must come first in everything we do! All our volunteers have families that always take precidence over other activities. So if anyone is slow to respond to you, or we take more time than you might think is proper, chalk it up to being parents first, and animal rescuers second! We hope you understand...