Adopt

My name is Bailey!

Posted 1 year ago

Adoption process
1

Submit Application

2

Interview

3

Approve Application

4

Meet the Pet

5

Sign Adoption Contract

6

Pay Fee

7

Take the Pet Home

My basic info

Breed
Rat Terrier/Beagle
Color
Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Age
Adult
Size
Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg) (when grown)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
17821872

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Good with dogs
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Housetrained

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.


 



Bailey is a sweet, 3 year old mixed breed, guesses on the breed mix, Rat Terrier or JRT/Beagle/Whippet? (guessing!)

She is a very sweet girl, has lived with other dogs, but is better with dogs her size or bigger and maybe better to mix with males. She was a little dominant with a smaller, meeker female than her (Terrier!? ) So best with perhaps male or larger, males or can be a solo dog.

Interested in adopting? Please complete an appropriate application at   https://redemptionroadrescue.rescuegroups.org/forms/form?formid=4003  

*Adoption fees range from $525-$650 + tax, depending on details of the individual animal*

redemptionroad.mn@gmail.com

http://redemptionroadrescue.rescuegroups.org

https://www.facebook.com/RedemptionRoadRescue 

All animals fully vetted appropriate for age:
Spayed or Neutered
Rabies vaccine
DHPP vaccine
4DX test (@12 months or older)
Microchipped
Dewormed
Flea/tick prevention 



Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
July 23, 2024, 6:42 pm
Rescue
Redemption Road Rescue MN

Contact info

Pet ID
17821872
Contact
Phone
Address
PO Box 28084, Crystal, MN 55428

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

We have spoken with applicant, checked references.

4.

Meet the Pet

Sometimes the foster home does a home visit or we ask for pics or video of home, and/or fenced in yard if they have that.

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

Meet up with the foster to take the pet home

Additional adoption info

We do screen applications in terms of trying to find the best fit for what we know about the dog or cat. For instance if a dog his high energy, or needs a fence, or needs another dog (to be more secure, or happier) we try to select applicants that are a better match for the dog (or cat).

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

https://redemptionroadrescue.rescuegroups.org/

https://www.petfinder.com/member/us/mn/crystal/redemption-road-rescue-mn332/

We will have a few dogs at the Inspired Flourish Fashions for Furry Friends Fashion Show, Sat, Feb 25 2023 7-10pm
Northern Stacks Event Center
www.inspireandflourish.org/events

More about this rescue

We are a relatively small foster-based rescue group. We got started in rescue through a general love for animals and by coming across a dog that lived outside in a pen (in rural Minnesota). I was told that the owners probably did not want the dog. I met the dog myself and he was very desperate for human attention. I approached the owners several days later via a phone call and told them I had heard they might not want the dog, (from a neighbor) and I said, that I was aware of some rescues in MN and I could probably get the dog to rescue to find a home for him. I had not been connected with rescues prior to learning about this dog, but I started googling and researching rescues in MN and contacting them to ask if they could take this dog in. Almost every rescue I contacted told me there were too full, but one said they could take him in if he was neutered. I decided that, if the owner turned him over to me, I would get him neutered and vaccinated, etc. The owner surprisingly said yes, "sure I could take the dog." They knew he needed a better life, he had come to them as a stray and they kind of took him in.

So I made a vet appointment, drove out and got the dog and got him vetted, and made an arrangement to meet the rescue that took him in at the time (Homeward Bound) and I started volunteering with them, helping at their adoption events. I was able to be at an adoption event when this dog "Max" was getting adopted by a couple who had a fence and another dog. We kept in touch, I got to see what a beautiful life Max got to have, all because I decided to take some action. I kept volunteering with HB and other rescues for approximately 8 or so years and then gradually began the origins of RRR.

We have many volunteer foster homes, we have a Cat Coordinator and Office Manager, we have transport volunteers we work with and other kinds of temp volunteers. We are always looking for more volunteers, especially foster homes! We take in animals with sometimes more complex medical issues, that heretofore have never been addressed, so we always appreciate donations!

We do this because our eyes were opened to the vast amount of animals (more so in the southern states) that are in pounds and shelters and at constant risk of euthanization, homelessness or neglect (a life outside on a chain or in a pen). I learned from other rescues that if you put in the effort you can find these animals good homes. I always felt it was up to humans to make that difference since humans are mostly the reason they are subject to these dead-end situations they end up in. There are many wonderful homes that make all the difference to an animal that otherwise would face an early demise or a life of neglect.

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