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My name is Mitt!
I'm being cared for by
Mostly Muttz Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Approve Application

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Pay Fee

6.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Border Collie
Color
Black
Age
9 months old, Puppy
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 35 lb
Sex
Female
Pet ID
ps_11593517

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 Housetrained

My story

Age: 9 months. 
Weight: 35 pounds. 
Reported: Good with dogs, cats, and children.  



MITT is looking for a family that will fit her like a glove!  This girl is just the cutest, kissiest, waggiest thing around...and let me tell you, she is SMART!  MITT is house and crate trained and ready to join your home!



If you are interested in MITT and would like to provide the loving home this pup deserves, please contact Mostly Muttz! You can apply at https://www.mostlymuttz.org/adoption-application/.


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Rescue

Mostly Muttz Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_11593517
Contact
Phone
Address
Gilbertsville, PA 19525
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

You can find our application at www.mostlymuttz.org.

2.

Home Check

All persons living in the household are required to be present.

3.

Approve Application

You will receive an approval email from our organization within several days of having your home visit completed.

4.

Meet the Pet

You will be able to adopt at this meeting if it is a match.

5.

Pay Fee

Adoption fees vary based on dog. We accept cash, PayPal or Venmo. The contract will also be signed at this time.

6.

Take the Pet Home

Congratulations on your new family member!

Additional adoption info

The Initial review of your application will occur within 72 hours. Please contact your vet authorizing them to release information to us. Also, let your references know we’ll be calling. ****Failure to take these steps may delay the process Once your references have been contacted, someone will contact you to schedule a home visit. After your home visit you will receive an email informing you of your approval. Schedule a meet/adoption. You will be able to finalize your adoption of the dog at this meeting. Please read your contract thoroughly before the meeting. You will be required to send an update at 2 weeks, 6 months, and annually. The email addresses for those updates will be at the bottom of the contract. If it has been determined that training is a requirement for the dog you’re adopting this will be noted on the contract. You will be required to submit verification of training completion. Payment by cash is due at the time of adoption. If you choose to use PayPal, payment should be made prior to the meeting/adoption. You will need to forward the electronic email you receive from PayPal, to mostlymuttz@gmail.com to confirm your payment before the meeting/adoption. Adoption Fees: Puppies (8 weeks - 1 year old): $400 (If not already altered, a $100 deposit is required in addition to fee. This is refunded upon verification of altering.) Young Adults (1yo-3yo): $450 Adult (4yo-7yo): $350 Seniors (7+ years old): $250 Congratulations! You've just adopted your new dog through Mostly Muttz Rescue! Mostly Muttz Rescue is dedicated to providing the adopted animals and their adoptive homes with on-going guidance and support. If at any time you need help feel free to contact use. Thank you for considering adoption.

Go meet their pets

We are an all foster organization. If you see an animal you are interested in adoption, please go to our website, www.mostlymuttz.org, and fill out our online application.

More about this rescue

We believe that every dog, regardless of health, deserves at least a fighting chance to live, to love and to be loved for the entirety of their life. At Mostly Muttz Rescue, we often choose to save dogs suffering from curable illnesses within the shelter system rather than rescuing dogs that will be easy to place.