Camden is a 34 pound 4 month old lab mix, he is a little shy at first but after her gets to know you he loves to be loved on and you are his friend! Camden is very unsure of new things and he wants his person to go outside with him and then he loves to run around and play, another dog in the family that likes to play would help. Camden gets along with other dogs, unknown about cats, he would be good with children with supervision as he is a puppy and likes to jump, he is a quick learner and listens when you correct him, a fenced in yard is required for this adoption, and another dog would help with his confidence! Camden rides good in a car, walks okay on a leash, housebroke,crate trained, neutered, micro-chipped and up to date on vaccines , his adoption fee is $300.00. Camden needs a family that is willing to give him time to adjust and a family that wants to spend time with him! If you have any questions about him not answered in this bio email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or to fill out a app to apply for adoption go to our web site http://www.projecthoperescue.org
Ginger Belle is a 12 week old black mouth cur mix that currently weighs 15lbs. Ginger Belle has carpal flexural deformity, which she has almost fully recovered. It basically means her wrist are weak from lack of exercise and nutrition. She is social and loves to play and snuggle. She is not potty trained yet, but doing very well. Ginger Belle is still all puppy. She is playful and has a lot of energy. She also needs to work on her puppy manners. She can be mouthy when she is excited or does not get her way, so no small children in the home. Ginger Belle loves other dogs, however a cat in her forever home is not recommended. Ginger Belle would prefer a home where she can be with her person a lot, she is snuggly and loyal. Ginger Belle would also enjoy/need a daily walk, hike or run. She is currently crated when her foster family leaves and she does not bark in the crate. She does sleep in bed with her foster mom and is allowed on furniture. Ginger Belle's forever home will have a physically fenced in yard. She will be available adoption after February 24th once she is spayed. Her adoption fee is $300.00. She is up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. If you have questions not answered in this bio, email email@example.com. To apply to adopt, visit our website at www.projecthoperescue,org.
Meet Quincy! He is a super sweet, super cute 4 month old Lab/Shep mix. He is shy upon first meeting, but once he gets used to you, he is all puppy! He has big feet, so he may end up being a larger dog. He gets along great with other dogs, though he does tend to protect his toys. Quincy would do best in a home with another playful, friendly dog. He is about 90 percent house trained and is crate trained. Kids over 10 preferred. Lots of chew toys and plenty of play time are a must for this cutie. A physical fenced yard is required with his adoption. He is neutered, up to date on shots and microchipped. His adoption fee is $300.00. If you have questions not covered in this bio, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply to adopt, visit our website at www.projecthoperescue.org.
Sammy is a 6 month old, 12 lb Shep/Lab mix. She is extremely fearful of everything until she gets to know you. She gets very nervous on car rides and does not walk well on a leash. She gets along great with other dogs and is very submissive, but we don't know how she gets along with cats. She is almost housebroken and is crate trained. Until Sammy gets to know you, she will run from you, so a home with older or no kids is preferred. A physical fenced yard and another young dog for her to play with is required, no exceptions. Once she is comfortable with her surroundings, she will cuddle with you on the couch and she loves ear rubs. Sammy is not for the first time dog owner and someone that has experience with feral or very shy dogs is preferred. Sammy is spayed, up tp date on shots and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $300.00. If you have questions about her not covered in this bio, please email email@example.com. To apply to adopt, visit our website at http://www.projecthoperescue.org.
Meet Violet! She is approximately 3 years old and 55 pounds. Violet appears to be either an English Bull Dog mix or a Pit Bull mix. Violet is low heartworm positive and we will treat it with the slow kill regimen which is a tropical solution that you put on her every month for 6 months and then she should be heartworm free. She will come with the remaining topical medications to last for 6 months. Violet is very sweet and gets along with other dogs big and small, as well as cats. She is good with children, but because she has lots of energy, would do best with children 10 or over. While a fence is not required, it is recommended. Violet loves to run and get her zoomies out! Violet loves snuggles. She is crate trained and she does well with house training provided she is in her crate overnight and when left alone. This love bug can’t wait to find her forever home. Her adoption fee is $250. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions not answered in this bio. To apply to adopt, visit our website at www.projecthoperescue.org.
Susie is a 8 year old 30 pound hound mix. Susie has a sad story, she had a owner who passed away and the owners family didn't want Susie so Susie is looking for a new family that will love her and give her the attention she deserves. Susie gets along with other dogs, unknown about cats , since she is older it is best if the children are older, she loves to get petted and loved on., she rides good in the car and walks good on a leash, a fenced in yard is the best for her, she is spayed, micro-chipped, crate trained and up to date on vaccines, her adoption fee is $250.00. Susie has a dental appointment Feb.2nd so she will be ready for her new home after that, if you have a questions not answered in this bio email us at email@example.com or to fill out a app go to our web site http://www.projecthoperesue.org
Meet Cameron! He is a 1 year old Doberman mix who weighs about 40 lbs. He came into a Tennessee shelter with a badly injured back leg which had to be amputated. Never fear, because he gets around just as well as a 4 legged dog! Cameron is an active boy who must go to a home with another dog who loves to play as much as he does. He tends to get mouthy with kids when he gets excited, so a home with no kids is preferred. He is house and crate trained and gets along well with dogs of all sizes. We are not sure how he is with cats. A physically fenced yard is required with his adoption. True to his breed, he is extremely intelligent and loyal. He is neutered, up to date on shots and microchipped. His adoption fee is $250.00. If you have questions not covered in this bio, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply to adopt, visit our website at www.projecthoperescue.org.
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