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Anna - Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in Hornell, NY, USA

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Date Listed: 04/30/2016
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Organization Name: Hornell Area Humane Society
Location: Hornell, NY
USA
USA


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Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
Gender: Female Female
Nickname:

Anna

Age: Young
Color/Markings: Brown/Chocolate
Size at Maturity: Medium
Availability Date: 04/30/2016
Location: Hornell, NY 14843
USA
USA
Tags: Labrador Retriever Mix Dog For Adoption in Hornell, NY, USA
Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Altered No
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids No
OK with Dogs No
OK with Cats No
Other
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat). My name is Anna and I came to the shelter as a stray in October 2015. I was found underneath a trailer and was brought to the shelter. I am 1 year old spayed female and I am full of energy. I love my tennis ball and bed! I need to go to a home preferably without any other animals or children. I am still young so I do need a home that is going to constantly work with me and keep me going in the right direction. Adoption Process: HAHS has an adoption application that you can fill out if you are interested in one of our animals. Once we receive the application we review and contact veterinary and personal references and make sure that the animal chosen is the best fit for your family and lifestyle. Our adoption fees are as follows: Dog/Puppy: $100 plus an additional $35 refundable spay/neuter deposit Kittens under 13wks :$25 plus an additional $35 refundable s/n deposit Cats: $40 plus and additional $35 refundable s/n deposit.

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    • American Pit Bull Terrier Dog For Adoption in Hornell, NY, USA

      Tuko

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      Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier (short coat). Hey there! I'm Tuko! I'm a fun, sweet guy looking for my furever home! I love getting lots of pets and playing with my humans. My favorite things to do here at the shelter are to sunbathe in the dog yard, and get lots of belly rubs! I forget what a big boy I am so a meet and greet will be required if you have small children in your home. I seem to do well with what dogs I have met so far, but as always a meet and greet will be required if you have other pets at home. I am a staff favorite here at HAHS, and I am sure I will become your favorite too! If I sound like a good fit for your family, come to the shelter to meet me! Before you begin the adoption process, first think about what you want in a pet and whether you are ready to bring one into your life. At HAHS, we’ll help you find an animal companion who’s just what you’re looking for. You’ll have a conversation with one of our adoption counselors about your preferences, your lifestyle, and your household so that we may guide you in choosing your new pet. Before you get started, be sure you can answer “yes” to these questions: Do you live in a place where pets are welcome? (If you rent your home or land, you must have permission from your landlord to adopt a pet.) Are you committed and able to care for an animal for his or her whole life, investing time and money into a new pet? Are you committed and able to providing regular veterinary care for a new pet? The Adoption Process: Step 1. Browse our pets available for adoption on our website hornellanimalshelter.org, or visit our shelter and meet our animals in person. We require that the whole family come to the shelter to meet the pet you are considering. If you’re adopting a dog and have a dog(s) currently living in your home, you will be required to bring your dog in for a meet and greet. You must provide proof that your dog(s) are current on their rabies, and distemper vaccines prior to setting up a meet and greet. Step 2. Visit our shelter, or website hornellanimalshelter.org to fill out an adoption application. You can find the adoption application under the "forms" tab on our website. Once the application is completed please submit it to us via email, fax, mail, or dropping it off to the shelter. Once we receive your application we can begin the approval process. **Please note that the approval process can take anywhere from 1 to 7 days depending on how soon we can reach your references, veterinarian, and landlord (if applicable)** Step 3. Once you’ve been approved to adopt, you’ll pay an adoption fee — and in most cases you can bring home your new family member right away (provided the animal is of age for adoption)! In some cases, depending on the age, and status of the animal you have been approved for, the animal may be sent out on a foster to adopt with you. Typically this is done when an animal still needs to be spayed/ neutered, is not old enough to be spayed/ neutered yet, is on medication, or if you want to make sure the animal is going to be a perfect fit. If this is the case, then an adoption counselor will let you know the length of which the animal will be on foster to adopt, and when you will be able to finalize the adoption. Congratulations! WHAT’S INCLUDED IN ADOPTIONS When it’s time to bring home your new friend from HAHS, you’ll be surprised how far your adoption fee goes! The fee you’ll pay to adopt a pet includes these important benefits: Spay/neuter surgery Age appropriate vaccinations to keep your pet healthy, including a rabies vaccination for animals older than 3 months Deworming medication A feline leukemia and feline aids test Flea treatment A microchip implant (dogs only, to microchip a cat there is an additional $30 fee) A certificate for a free office visit with a participating veterinarian A sample of food ADOPTION FEES When you adopt from HAHS and pay an adoption fee (which reflects only a portion of our investment in your new pet), you help us continue to care for the homeless animals in our community and make sure they are safe, protected, and loved. The following fees apply to animal adoptions DOGS Adult (1 year and older): $100 Puppies (under 1 year): $150 CATS Adult (1 year and older): $60 Kittens (under 1 year): $80 If you have any questions regarding the adoption process please give us a call at 607-324-1270. Thank you for choosing to adopt!
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    • Husky-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Hornell, NY, USA

      Brooklyn

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      Breed: Husky-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Husky / Hound / Mixed (short coat). Hey, I'm Brooklyn! I am a 6 year old spayed Husky/ Hound mix. If you're a husky lover that understands the breed, please consider me to be a part of your home! I am a smart girl so if my new family wants to teach me lots of tricks and maybe enroll me in some doggy training classes, I'd be all for it! Don't let me fool you though, I do enjoy lounging around too :) I do need a home with no other animals or young children though as I would rather have your undivided attention. If you're looking for a smart girl that would love to be your companion, come meet me! Before you begin the adoption process, first think about what you want in a pet and whether you are ready to bring one into your life. At HAHS, we’ll help you find an animal companion who’s just what you’re looking for. You’ll have a conversation with one of our adoption counselors about your preferences, your lifestyle, and your household so that we may guide you in choosing your new pet. Before you get started, be sure you can answer “yes” to these questions: Do you live in a place where pets are welcome? (If you rent your home or land, you must have permission from your landlord to adopt a pet.) Are you committed and able to care for an animal for his or her whole life, investing time and money into a new pet? Are you committed and able to providing regular veterinary care for a new pet? The Adoption Process: Step 1. Browse our pets available for adoption on our website hornellanimalshelter.org, or visit our shelter and meet our animals in person. We require that the whole family come to the shelter to meet the pet you are considering. If you’re adopting a dog and have a dog(s) currently living in your home, you will be required to bring your dog in for a meet and greet. You must provide proof that your dog(s) are current on their rabies, and distemper vaccines prior to setting up a meet and greet. Step 2. Visit our shelter, or website hornellanimalshelter.org to fill out an adoption application. You can find the adoption application under the "forms" tab on our website. Once the application is completed please submit it to us via email, fax, mail, or dropping it off to the shelter. Once we receive your application we can begin the approval process. **Please note that the approval process can take anywhere from 1 to 7 days depending on how soon we can reach your references, veterinarian, and landlord (if applicable)** Step 3. Once you’ve been approved to adopt, you’ll pay an adoption fee — and in most cases you can bring home your new family member right away (provided the animal is of age for adoption)! In some cases, depending on the age, and status of the animal you have been approved for, the animal may be sent out on a foster to adopt with you. Typically this is done when an animal still needs to be spayed/ neutered, is not old enough to be spayed/ neutered yet, is on medication, or if you want to make sure the animal is going to be a perfect fit. If this is the case, then an adoption counselor will let you know the length of which the animal will be on foster to adopt, and when you will be able to finalize the adoption. Congratulations! WHAT’S INCLUDED IN ADOPTIONS When it’s time to bring home your new friend from HAHS, you’ll be surprised how far your adoption fee goes! The fee you’ll pay to adopt a pet includes these important benefits: Spay/neuter surgery Age appropriate vaccinations to keep your pet healthy, including a rabies vaccination for animals older than 3 months Deworming medication A feline leukemia and feline aids test Flea treatment A microchip implant (dogs only, to microchip a cat there is an additional $30 fee) A certificate for a free office visit with a participating veterinarian A sample of food ADOPTION FEES When you adopt from HAHS and pay an adoption fee (which reflects only a portion of our investment in your new pet), you help us continue to care for the homeless animals in our community and make sure they are safe, protected, and loved. The following fees apply to animal adoptions DOGS Adult (1 year and older): $100 Puppies (under 1 year): $150 CATS Adult (1 year and older): $60 Kittens (under 1 year): $80 If you have any questions regarding the adoption process please give us a call at 607-324-1270. Thank you for choosing to adopt!
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    • American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Hornell, NY, USA

      Diesel

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      Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Hi! I'm Diesel! I am a young male pit mix. I am just a pup with tons of energy to burn, and I am on the hunt to find a family who loves to play as much as I do! I would make a great partner for anyone who loves to go on daily adventures like me! Being that I am still just a pup, I would benefit from some basic training. I seem to do well with other dogs, but I can sometimes be a bit much! A meet and greet is always required when you have other dogs in the home, so ask about setting one up if you’re interested. I have not been around any children yet, so a meet and greet will be required if you have children as well. If you think I am the perfect dog for you, then please ask to see me. I guarantee you will fall in love with me! Before you begin the adoption process, first think about what you want in a pet and whether you are ready to bring one into your life. At HAHS, we’ll help you find an animal companion who’s just what you’re looking for. You’ll have a conversation with one of our adoption counselors about your preferences, your lifestyle, and your household so that we may guide you in choosing your new pet. Before you get started, be sure you can answer “yes” to these questions: Do you live in a place where pets are welcome? (If you rent your home or land, you must have permission from your landlord to adopt a pet.) Are you committed and able to care for an animal for his or her whole life, investing time and money into a new pet? Are you committed and able to providing regular veterinary care for a new pet? The Adoption Process: Step 1. Browse our pets available for adoption on our website hornellanimalshelter.org, or visit our shelter and meet our animals in person. We require that the whole family come to the shelter to meet the pet you are considering. If you’re adopting a dog and have a dog(s) currently living in your home, you will be required to bring your dog in for a meet and greet. You must provide proof that your dog(s) are current on their rabies, and distemper vaccines prior to setting up a meet and greet. Step 2. Visit our shelter, or website hornellanimalshelter.org to fill out an adoption application. You can find the adoption application under the "forms" tab on our website. Once the application is completed please submit it to us via email, fax, mail, or dropping it off to the shelter. Once we receive your application we can begin the approval process. **Please note that the approval process can take anywhere from 1 to 7 days depending on how soon we can reach your references, veterinarian, and landlord (if applicable)** Step 3. Once you’ve been approved to adopt, you’ll pay an adoption fee — and in most cases you can bring home your new family member right away (provided the animal is of age for adoption)! In some cases, depending on the age, and status of the animal you have been approved for, the animal may be sent out on a foster to adopt with you. Typically this is done when an animal still needs to be spayed/ neutered, is not old enough to be spayed/ neutered yet, is on medication, or if you want to make sure the animal is going to be a perfect fit. If this is the case, then an adoption counselor will let you know the length of which the animal will be on foster to adopt, and when you will be able to finalize the adoption. Congratulations! WHAT’S INCLUDED IN ADOPTIONS When it’s time to bring home your new friend from HAHS, you’ll be surprised how far your adoption fee goes! The fee you’ll pay to adopt a pet includes these important benefits: Spay/neuter surgery Age appropriate vaccinations to keep your pet healthy, including a rabies vaccination for animals older than 3 months Deworming medication A feline leukemia and feline aids test Flea treatment A microchip implant (dogs only, to microchip a cat there is an additional $30 fee) A certificate for a free office visit with a participating veterinarian A sample of food ADOPTION FEES When you adopt from HAHS and pay an adoption fee (which reflects only a portion of our investment in your new pet), you help us continue to care for the homeless animals in our community and make sure they are safe, protected, and loved. The following fees apply to animal adoptions DOGS Adult (1 year and older): $100 Puppies (under 1 year): $150 CATS Adult (1 year and older): $60 Kittens (under 1 year): $80 If you have any questions regarding the adoption process please give us a call at 607-324-1270. Thank you for choosing to adopt!
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