Meet Chloe a 8 year old 15 pound Cocker Spaniel, Chloe hasn't had a very good life before as she was a puppy mill dog and used for breeding well that is all behind her now and she is looking for a home so she can be spoiled and loved on! Chloe loves to be with her person, she can't see very good but she doesn't let that stop her, she is a low heartworm positive so she needs a advantage multi every month for 6 months then she should be heartworm negative after 6 months, and the advantage multi will be furnished and sent with her to her new home. Chloe does have a little food guarding but she stops when you say her name, she likes to play with toys and is working on potty training, she is good with all dogs and unknown about cats but pretty sure she would be okay with proper introductions, she would be good with older children , a fenced in yard would be nice but if no fenced in yard she needs to be kept on a leash for her safety, her adoption fee is $250.00 Chloe is up to date on vaccines, spayed and micro-chipped, if you have any questions about her that are not in this bio email email@example.com or to fill out a app go to http://www.projecthoperescue.org
Andy is a 7 year old, 55 lb boxer/lab mix, who is a sweet and kind gentlemen. He was forced to be given up by his previous owner due to him moving into an assisted living facility. Andy loves being with people and other dogs, but does not do well with cats. He would love to go to a family where he could have a K9 brother or sister. One of Andy’s knees gets sore when he runs too much, but it recovers on its own with rest. Andy is otherwise healthy and looking for his forever home! He is neutered and up to date on all vaccines! A fenced yard is preferred. Andy is currently being fostered in Byron Center, Michigan. His adoption fee is $250.00.
Spritz is a 4 year old 39 lb yellow lab who who loves to be with her human. She gets along great with other dogs, but will need a home without cats. She would do great with kids. She is housebroken and is crate trained, but does better out of the crate. She always wants to be with her people, she would do best in a home that someone is home alot. If you are looking for the ultimate snuggler and a dog to be your shadow, Spritz is your girl! She is spayed, up to date on shots and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $250.00. If you would like more information about Spritz, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to apply to adopt, visit our website at www.projecthoperescue.org.
Meet June (aka Baby June, aka Junie, aka Sis)! June is a 30 lb, 5-1/2 month old, blind lab mix who has a joyful heart and loves everyone. She is crate trained and potty trained - she will go to the door and sit. She understands the concept of ringing the bell but prefers to sit at the door. She rides well in the car and walks well on a leash. June is up to date on her vaccines and will be spayed and microchipped on February 3rd. She has an appointment with the eye specialist on February 10th. A physical fence is required due to her blindness. Her adoption fee is $300.00. If you are interested in welcoming this sweet girl into your family, please visit the website and fill out an application at www.projecthoperescue.org
Meet Samm. According to the paperwork from the animal shelter in Texas, Samm is a chocolate lab. Samm is very small for a chocolate lab standing at only 18" tall. The animal shelter is unsure of his age, but we know that he is fully grown and is an older dog. Samm has arthritis really bad in his back leg, and is on daily medicine to help this. Because of this, Samm isn't very active and likes to lounge in his orthopedic doggy bed most of the day. Samm loves treats, and loves to have his belly rubbed. Because of his arthritis, Samm isn't into walking very far, but loves car rides. Samm is neutered, up to date on shots and microchipped. His adoption fee is $250.00. If you would like more information about Samm, please email email@example.com. To fill out an adoption application, visit our website at www.projecthoperescue.org.
Hi! My name is Seymour! I weigh 51 pounds. Just LOOK at my handsome face! I am an 8 year old Shar-Pei Lab mix. I had a rough life before being rescued by Project Hope. I was underweight, had several bite wounds and didn't have a lot of fur. Just look at me now! Don't let my age fool you. I am still full of spunk and love to play. I love daily walks on the leash, but I really just like to spend most of my time lounging! Since I am getting up there in age, I am on glucosamine for my arthritis. I am also a little hard of hearing, but I can hear you if you speak up just a little. I would love to have a nice fenced in back yard to run around in safely because I might not always hear a car coming. The friendly doctors at the vet's office said that I need grain free food because of my allergies. I am currently eating Nature's Recipe. I am also currently being treated for heartworm, but that doesn't slow me down! I am house broken for the most part, but I do have an occasional accident every now and then. I do well in a crate while you are gone to work, or I can be left out of my crate to just sleep around the house. If you want to take me for a car ride, I love to smell the country air! I am neutered, up to date on shots and microchipped. My adoption fee is $250. You can apply to adopt me at www.projecthoperescue.org If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mia is an extremely shy tripod doberman mix, about three and a half years old, and about 40 lb. She will need another dog to help her come out of her shell and a physically fenced-in yard is a must. She is crate trained and potty trained. She is dog, cat, and kid friendly but a childless home may be best because of her extreme shyness. She will need an owner who understands that it may take a few months before Mia is comfortable enough to come up to you. She is fixed and up-to-date on all of her shots and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $250.00. If you would like more information about Mia, please email email@example.com. If you would like to fill out an application to adopt, visit our website at www.projecthoperescue.org.
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The first step is for you to fill out an adoption application. In order to meet and greet available dogs, we must receive a completed application. Approval for adoption requires a successful home visit and veterinary reference. Applying to adopt and meeting a potential dog does not obligate you to adopt the dog you meet and greet. If it is not a match for you or them, adoption will not take place.