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Puppies and dogs in Fort Smith, Arkansas

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These adorable dogs are available for adoption in Fort Smith, Arkansas. To learn more about each adoptable dog, click on the "i" icon for fast facts, or their photo or name for full details.
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Baxter

Boxer

Male, Young
Greenwood, AR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Baxter is a sweet boy with lots of energy. He definitely thinks he is a lap dog and excellent with kids. We need to rehome him because my schedule at work has increased and it’s not fair to him to be cooped up so much. He is purebred with papers he absolutely loves water (he happily will take showers) and is so sweet. Price is negotiable, I paid $1,000 for him and am trying to recover some of the cost.
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Dusty

Husky Australian Cattle Dog

Male, 6 yrs 6 mos
Muldrow, OK
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Ready-Set-GO! Are you looking to adopt a fun dog who loves to chase and fetch the ball? That's what Dusty loves to do and for a treat of course:). If you are interested in training a dog for agility Dusty would do well. But simply chasing after the ball you throw delights him plenty. Please meet good dog Dusty. If you are looking for a fun, active, and nice dog combination then Dusty could be the one for you. If you would like a fun who would be good at ball chasing and possibly even frisbee catching then Dusty might be the one for you. If you enjoy the outdoors, hiking, exploring and adventure then Dusty could be the one for you. If you are looking for a nice dog with a good temperament who is great with other dogs and good around his food bowl then Dusty might be the one for you. Dusty is happy to be busy outdoors and enjoys ball chasing. He is also happy when indoors and not too busy:). If you are looking for a canine companion and friend who is well behaved and house trained then Dusty might be the one for you. Dusty is a super nice dog. He is a happy dog and brings good cheer to all those around. Dusty comes with training too. He is house trained, walks very well on a leash. Dusty will "sit" and "drop" when asked. Dusty has a good temperament. He is good with other dogs, and with small children. Dusty loves people, and he is good around his food bowl too. If you are interested in adopting Dusty please complete his on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org under the “dog adoption application” tab. . Once your application is received and approved a convenient time will be set for you to meet, visit with and adopt Dusty if you decide he is the one for you. Dusty will make a truly devoted, forever faithful companion and friend. Opt to Adopt!... and give me a chance to love you! Copy/paste this link to your browser and fill out an adoption application for me at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org . It’s under the “adoption application” button. Ahimsa’s on line adoption application is the first step of the adoption process. If you are interested in adopting her please complete Ahimsa’s on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org Thank you for considering a rescued companion, and we hope to see your adoption application soon. IMPORTANT: If you are interested in adopting a pet from Ahimsa Rescue Foundation the first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org Once your adoption application is received and approved a convenient time will be set for you to meet and adopt a pet. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation’s adoption donation varies between $150 and $250 for each pet. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation invests on average $200 per dog on medical, microchip and incidental care. When you "Opt to Adopt" your ADOPTION PACKAGE INCLUDES: -Pet that has been temperament tested -Neuter/Spay -Veterinary General Wellness Exam -Vaccinations: Rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis -Blood testing for heartworms, ehrlichiosis, lyme and A Phagocytophilum disease -De-worming for hook, round, whip and tape worms -Teeth Cleaning if needed -New ID Collar, slip leash and ID tags -Microchip Placement and ID Tag -Lifetime Registration of your Microchip with Avid microchip company. There are many wonderful pets who find themselves homeless at no fault of their own. Thank you considering a rescued companion from all our happy tails and everyone at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation! The first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org To be considered for the adoption of a pet you must submit the on line adoption application. We hope to see your application soon. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org savingpaws@aol.com
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Dobi

Doberman Pinscher

Male, 6 yrs 1 mo
Muldrow, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Please meet good dog Dobi. Dobi comes with training. He is house trained. Dobi will sit when asked, and he walks well on leash. Dobi has a good temperament. He is good around his food bowl, he is good with other dogs, and Dobi is also a very smart boy. . Dobi enjoys being indoors and he enjoys outdoor time too. Dobi will make an excellent canine companion and friend. If you are interested in adopting Dobi please complete his on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org. Opt to Adopt!... and give me a chance to love you! Copy/paste this link to your browser and fill out an adoption application for me at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org under the “dog adoption application” button. Ahimsa’s on line adoption application is the first step of the adoption process. If you are interested in adopting her please complete Ahimsa’s on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org Once your adoption application is received and approved a convenient time will be set for you to meet and adopt a most wonderful pet. Thank you for considering a rescued companion, and we hope to see your adoption application soon. IMPORTANT: If you are interested in adopting a pet from Ahimsa Rescue Foundation the first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org Ahimsa Rescue Foundation’s adoption donation varies between $150 and $250 for each pet. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation invests on average $200 per dog on medical, microchip and incidental care. When you "Opt to Adopt" your ADOPTION PACKAGE INCLUDES: -Pet that has been temperament tested -Neuter/Spay -Veterinary General Wellness Exam -Vaccinations: Rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis -Blood testing for heartworms, ehrlichiosis, lyme and A Phagocytophilum disease -De-worming for hook, round, whip and tape worms -Teeth Cleaning if needed -New ID Collar, slip leash and ID tags -Microchip Placement and ID Tag -Lifetime Registration of your Microchip with Avid microchip company. There are many wonderful pets who find themselves homeless at no fault of their own. Thank you considering a rescued companion from all our happy tails and everyone at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation! The first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org To be considered for the adoption of a pet you must submit the on line adoption application. We hope to see your application soon. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org savingpaws@aol.com
We'll also keep you updated on Sally's adoption status with email updates.
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Sally

Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Female, 1 yr 3 mos
Muldrow, OK
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Sally is looking for her FURever home. Sally is a 1 year old female Shepherd mix. She is up to date on all her shots and has been dewormed. We are currently working on house training and leash walking. She is very sweet, gentle, and affectionate and loves to cuddle. She loves back scratches and belly rubs. Sally is well behaved and gets along well with other dogs. Sally says, “the nice people at the doggy rescue have taken me and and tell me every day that someone will come love me forever!” Are you Sally’s someone? If you are interested in becoming Sally’s FURever family. 1st step is to complete an adoption application. You can send an email to ksmith1@muldrowpd.us for a copy of the application. When you complete the application you can email it back with the subject line Sally. Then you will be contacted shortly after with approval. We will schedule a time that works best for a meet and greet to determine the best fit for your family and for Sally. An adoption fee is paid then Sally becomes part of your family forever. Upon showing proof of spay/neuter you will receive a $30 refund of your adoption fee.
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Oscar

Labrador Retriever Australian Shepherd

Male, Adult
Muldrow, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Please meet good dog Oscar Oscar comes with training. Oscar will sit when asked. Oscar is house trained. Oscar has lived his whole life with his former guardian who became unable to keep him at no fault of his own. Oscar is a well behaved dog. He dogs not jump on people. Oscar has a good temperament and is good around his food bowl. Oscar is good around children. If you need a good family companion to brighten up your days then Oscar might be the one for you. If you are interested in adopting Oscar please complete his on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org. Opt to Adopt!... and give me a chance to love you! Copy/paste this link to your browser and fill out an adoption application for me at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org under the “dog adoption application” button. Ahimsa’s on line adoption application is the first step of the adoption process. If you are interested in adopting a pet from Ahimsa please complete Ahimsa’s on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org Once your adoption application is received and approved a convenient time will be set for you to meet and adopt a most wonderful pet. Thank you for considering a rescued companion, and we hope to see your adoption application soon. IMPORTANT: If you are interested in adopting a pet from Ahimsa Rescue Foundation the first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org Ahimsa Rescue Foundation’s adoption donation varies between $150 and $250 for each pet. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation invests on average $200 per dog on medical, microchip and incidental care. When you "Opt to Adopt" your ADOPTION PACKAGE INCLUDES: -Pet that has been temperament tested -Neuter/Spay -Veterinary General Wellness Exam -Vaccinations: Rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis -Blood testing for heartworms, ehrlichiosis, lyme and A Phagocytophilum disease -De-worming for hook, round, whip and tape worms -Teeth Cleaning if needed -New ID Collar, slip leash and ID tags -Microchip Placement and ID Tag -Lifetime Registration of your Microchip with Avid microchip company. There are many wonderful pets who find themselves homeless at no fault of their own. Thank you considering a rescued companion from all our happy tails and everyone at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation! The first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org To be considered for the adoption of a pet you must submit the on line adoption application. We hope to see your application soon. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org savingpaws@aol.com
We'll also keep you updated on Oliver's adoption status with email updates.
Needs Home Fast
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Oliver

Labrador Retriever Australian Shepherd

Male, Adult
Muldrow, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Please meet good dog Oliver. Oliver comes with training. Oliver will sit when asked. Oliver is house trained. Oliver has lived his whole life with his former guardian who became unable to keep him at no fault of his own. Oliver is a well behaved dog. He dogs not jump on people. Oliver has a good temperament and is good around his food bowl. Oliver is good around children. If you need a good family companion to brighten up your days then Oliver might be the one for you. If you are interested in adopting Oliver please complete his on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org. Opt to Adopt!... and give me a chance to love you! Copy/paste this link to your browser and fill out an adoption application for me at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org under the “dog adoption application” button. Ahimsa’s on line adoption application is the first step of the adoption process. If you are interested in adopting a pet from Ahimsa please complete Ahimsa’s on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org Once your adoption application is received and approved a convenient time will be set for you to meet and adopt a most wonderful pet. Thank you for considering a rescued companion, and we hope to see your adoption application soon. IMPORTANT: If you are interested in adopting a pet from Ahimsa Rescue Foundation the first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org Ahimsa Rescue Foundation’s adoption donation varies between $150 and $250 for each pet. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation invests on average $200 per dog on medical, microchip and incidental care. When you "Opt to Adopt" your ADOPTION PACKAGE INCLUDES: -Pet that has been temperament tested -Neuter/Spay -Veterinary General Wellness Exam -Vaccinations: Rabies, parvo, distemper, leptospirosis -Blood testing for heartworms, ehrlichiosis, lyme and A Phagocytophilum disease -De-worming for hook, round, whip and tape worms -Teeth Cleaning if needed -New ID Collar, slip leash and ID tags -Microchip Placement and ID Tag -Lifetime Registration of your Microchip with Avid microchip company. There are many wonderful pets who find themselves homeless at no fault of their own. Thank you considering a rescued companion from all our happy tails and everyone at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation! The first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org To be considered for the adoption of a pet you must submit the on line adoption application. We hope to see your application soon. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org savingpaws@aol.com

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Fort Smith Animal Haven

9501 Black Bear Trail, Fort Smith, AR 72916

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Pets-Haven Animal Rescue

P.O. Box 10766, Fort Smith, AR 72917

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Kitties & Kanines

4900 Rogers Ave., Suite 100A, Fort Smith, AR 72903

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Almost Home Shelter and Rescue, Inc.

3390 Pointer Trail East, Van Buren, AR 72956

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Ahimsa Rescue Foundation

801 Ironwood Street, P.O. Box 409, Muldrow, OK 74948

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Western Arkansas Wayward Critter Connection

2428 OLD MACEDONIA RD, Alma, AR 72921

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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3 Girls Animal Rescue

PO Box 1001, Shady Point, OK 74956

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Poteau Valley Humane Society

326 Industrial Blvd, P.O. Box 15, Poteau, OK 74953

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Charleston Dog Shelter

PO box 118, Charleston, AR 72933

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