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Date listed: 06/02/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: German Shorthaired Pointer / Labrador Retriever / Mixed. Meet Ranch, a five-year-old sweetheart! This beautiful girl mothered 8 adorable puppies and is now ready to find her forever home. She is about 50 pounds and is putting on some healthy weight in her foster home. Ranch looks to be a black and white spotted German Short-hair Pointer and Lab mix. She is looking for a forever family to love on her and make her part of the family. If Ranch sounds like the perfect fit for your family, your first step is to fill out an adoption application on our website! The adoption includes the altering of the dog, current vaccinations, and microchipping. For more information on the adoption donation and our adoption process, please visit our website at www.labsandmore.org and click on Adopt. You will find our online adoption application there as well. Once you are approved to adopt, we will discuss how to meet our available dogs. Our dogs are NOT housed at our mailing address. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit, all-volunteer organization. Thank you for reaching out to rescue a dog in need of hope!
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Date listed: 03/25/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: Labrador Retriever / German Shorthaired Pointer / Mixed (short coat). all good things in mature dog Adoptions include Spay/Neuter, Rabies vaccine, DAPP vaccine, BORDETELLA vaccine, HW testing. Baylie has been an owner surrender -twice, once because her owner was moving & once because she was "too much dog." In her foster home, Baylie exhibits primarily positive traits: house-trained, gets along with other dogs & all people- large & small-, walks well on leash, barks appropriately. She would probably thrive with space to expend her energy, which she has plenty of despite her "maturity." She strives to please, is both affectionate & capable of being independent. Security is very important to her because of her history. Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, microchip and rabies and other core vaccinations.
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Date listed: 01/14/2017
verifiedPosted Breed: German Shorthaired Pointer / Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat). BROOK is fostered in Houston, TX. She is available for out-of-state adoption (see below for details). Hi folks! I am Brook and I am excited to meet you. I am a lucky girl because I am out of the shelter and I am in a pawsome foster home. My foster mom says I am a lover. I love all the people I have ever met. Those squirrels and cats are strange though. I much prefer to chase them than to love them. My foster mom says that I am very polite. I will sit and wait patiently for my treats and when I take my treats, I take them very gently. How cool is that?! I am good in my kennel when no one is home, but if my humans are home I want to be with them! I will curl right up at your feet or lie in my bed near your bed. I am a devoted gal and I like to be included. I won’t lie, I like to steal all your attention; but if you are loving on another dog I will lie politely and wait for my turn. I am 9 yrs. old, but I act as if I'm about 6 yrs. old. I race around with all the other dogs in the yard. I am very spry and love to go for walks. I'm very easy to handle on a leash, despite my size. If you think I might be the perfect gal for your family, contact Red Collar Rescue to meet me! Age: 9 yrs Weight: 80 lbs Dogs? ok Kids? ok Cats? probably not Needs foster? no ******* Many of our adoptions are to out-of-area adopters. The process is, for the most part, the same as it is for in-town adoptions. The adoption fee to out-of-state destinations in the U.S. is $550, which includes air transport, traveling crate, and health certificate. The adoption fee for Canadian destinations is $600 (Canadian). (Please note that there is an additional estimated $80 pick up charge in Canada). RCR takes care of all of the flight arrangements. Below is an outline of our adoption procedure, once you submit an application. We will contact your vet to do a reference check. If the dog is in a foster home, we will ask the foster to contact you to tell you more about the dog. If the dog is in boarding, then we will share all that we know about that particular dog. We will set up a facetime call w/ you. We will contact a local rescue group in your area to do the home visit or conduct a virtual home visit We will complete the adoption agreement via email We will email you your new pet's medical records via email. Because of the distance, it is not possible for you to meet the dog, in person, unless you come to Houston. We can often send videos and/or do FaceTime interviews to allow you to “meet” the dog. Why should you consider adopting a dog from Houston? Houston is the #2 kill city in the U.S. City and County shelters often take in a combined 200-300 animals per day. The number of homeless pets and resulting euthanasias are staggering -- the average "live release rate" from Houston area shelters is only about 35-50%. Houston is estimated to have over 1 million homeless animals. Over 100,000 are killed in Harris Co shelters every year. Red Collar Rescue volunteers work tirelessly to save as many as we can, but the Houston area is saturated with so many pets in need of a home and not enough adopters. To put it simply, we encourage out of state adoptions because it helps us save more lives. We hope that you will consider one of our many adoptable pets who are waiting for a second chance at a forever home - wherever it may be!
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