Wednesday’s Pet for 11/23/16 is DAISY
Featured Pet: DAISY
Rescue Group: Pets with Disabilities
Disability: 3 Legged
Breed: Lab/Boxer Mix
Size: Medium (50 lbs.)
Vetted: Spayed and Up-to-date with routine shots
Adoption Fee: $300.00
Daisy came into rescue after being hit by a car. Her family elected to put her to sleep, luckily before that happened the owners were asked to surrender her to the vet office and they did. Daisy then received all necessary medical care, and then reached out to us. We are so happy the vet intervened before it was too late for this sweet dog. Daisy arrived this past weekend and what an incredibly sweet fun dog. Her zest for life and having fun is contagious, we love to watch her play and run with the others. She knows she got a second chance at life and she is loving every minute. Daisy is good with cats, kids and she loves to play with toys and keeps up with all her new 4 legged friends with ease, she is also great on lead. Yet another great 3 legged pup! She is quiet when inside and has settled into her new routine with ease. We are happy to have her with as she waits her FOREVER family. She will be a great life companion to any family!
Watch Daisy play Tug of War @ http://www.petswithdisabilities.org/
Our Adoption Process…
Potential adopters are able to come see the pet of interest by appointment at our rescue facility. There pets need to come also to introduce the dogs together. Then an adoption contract is filled out, and if approved with reference and home check, there is then a final contract with a $300.00 adoption fee.
A little bit of breed information:
Mixed breed dogs are generally healthier than purebred because they draw from a broader gene pool. When adopting a mixed breed dog, focus more on personality rather than breed. This can help so that you appreciate the dog even more. Love him on his own terms and he will love you back more.
“He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.”