Henry is a 13 year old, 12 pound miniature Golden doodle, Henry is blind and deaf, he was very underweight when found as a stray, but he is gaining some weight now and is getting around better. A fenced in area is best for Henry but if no fence he must be kept on a leash for his safety, on warm days he does like to walk around and smell everything, he is housebroke if you keep him on a schedule, when he gets up you have to carry him outside and he will go potty. Henry gets along with all dogs, if children they need to be teenagers as little kids would be too much for him, he rides very good in the car and will sit right next to you, Henry does like to be petted and loved on, he is crate trained, micro-chipped and up to date on vaccines, his adoption fee is $175.00. If you have any questions not answered in this bio email us at email@example.com or to fill out a app to apply to adopt go to our web site http://www.projecthoperecue.org
****She does get car sick easily, due to this would prefer applications close to Battle Creek area.
Prickly Pear is a 3 month old Boxer mix.
Pear is currently living with 3 dogs and a cat. She is very social, active puppy. She will need a family that will walk/hike/run with her. Pear is not meant for apartment living and her forever family will have a physically fenced in yard. Pear knows sit, working on crate/house training
Pear was found under a cactus in Texas by her rescuer when she heard a faint cry. Prickly Pear, at some point, had some kind of trauma to her jaw, which has resulted in a cute under bite. Her tongue will hang out occasionally and she may need her molars extracted when older.
Pear has had a rough beginning, she recovered in a wonderful foster home in Texas and she is now ready to find her forever home. She is spayed, up to date on shots and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $300.00. If you have questions about her not covered in this bio, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply to adopt, visit our website at www.projecthoperescue,org.
interested in adopting?
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.