Papillon Pals Rescue, Inc. in Jacksonville, Florida, USA
Papillon Pals Rescue, Inc.
|Breed(s):||Pure and Mixed Breeds|
Papillon Pals Rescue, Inc. Organization currently has 1 dogs for adoption and rescue. If you are considering adopting a dog, please read the Adoption Tips to learn more about what it takes and what to expect. Visit our website or call us to learn more about the adoption process. You are always welcome to support our effort by sponsoring one of our dogs or donating directly to our organization. Your help is greatly needed and appreciated!*100% of your donation will go directly to the organization
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Date listed: 04/19/2019
verifiedPosted Breed: Papillon / Corgi / Mixed (short coat). Visit our Facebook page to see more about our adoptable dogs .facebook/PapillonPalsRescue/ Here are the facts about: BUDDY Buddy is less than a year old, Papillon/Corgi (Corillon) Mix although some may see a little Jack Russell Terrier in him that was found as a stray & turned into a shelter. He is very fearful & needs an understanding & patient FurParent that understands fearful animals & knows how to work with him to make him secure & confident. We strongly recommend a positive training basic manners class & if you’ve ever thought about wanting to do agility with a dog, Buddy would be perfect as he can leap a 2’ baby gate effortlessly. Due to his insecurities & fears of new people & places, we would suggest Buddy not be around small children until he’s graduated a manners class & has been worked with. Older children that are calm & patient are ok. Once Buddy connects to you, you’ve got a friend for life. He is a happy-go-lucky little puppy & with that comes puppy behavior. We’re working on housebreaking but he still has accidents. He loves to chew but if offered chew sticks or chew toys, you can divert him off things he shouldn’t be chewing on. He’s learning to walk confidently on a leash by taking him on walks & to parks & staying on the outskirts so he can watch from afar. He’s an absolute snuggle bug when you’re on the couch, watching tv. If you have other pets, Buddy just loves to play. If you have cats, he loves cats although I’m not sure your cats would appreciate his love & interest in them. I’m sure with training, he could learn to not be so “persistent” with them. A stay at home/work from home FurHuman would be best but someone who may work a few hours a day is also ok. He just needs someone that will love him, work with him & not give up on him. Are you that person? Comments from the foster mom: Buddy had to be carried out to my car by the ACO at the shelter to which he pee'ed on him & did flips at the end of the leash out of fear. A 2 hour drive with me passing back bites of hamburgers & talking to him somehow let him know that I was going to be ok. He still needed a little reassurance & lots of sweet talking praises but he connected to me quickly so I know he will transition to a patient & loving person. I hope that whomever adopts Buddy is patient, kind, wants to learn how to build his confidence up by signing him up for puppy classes & even agility as well as continue to take him along on adventures so he can learn that the world isn't so scary with a wonderful FurParent to share the fun with. He is such an absolute love with puppy tendencies & will truly make someone a wonderful companion. He's hesitant of my hubby but is still a love as long as my hubby allows Buddy to come to him. If he were to reach for Buddy, Buddy would run the other way but we're getting better & better every day. We're also working on showing Buddy that car rides can lead to fun places & not always scary (ie shelter or the vet) places. We are a small rescue & are limited on our resources. We take great pride in personal doing reference checks as well as home checks along w/ meet & greets to ensure that it is a perfect match all the way around. We are based out of Jacksonville, Fl & our typical adoption radius is 150 miles BUT we have been known to expand that a little for the most perfect home. A home w/ a secured, fenced-in yard is required (note: metal/wrought iron fences are not a secured fence as s/he could easily slip thru the spacing. Bird block or another fencing wrapped on the perimeter of the fence & partially buried at the bottom would help secure.) If you meet these requirements & want to apply to be reviewed when he is finally ready to be adopted, you can go to our website, go to adoption, fill out the application & email it back to us or if you wish to know more about this pet, please contact PapillonPalscomcast . Meet & greets happen once we check your references & afterwards, we will contact you to schedule a time to bring the dog to your home to meet your family. We don't take calls about our adoptable dogs. We are an all-volunteer organization and do not have a shelter nor a receptionist to take calls and answer questions. All our dogs are fostered in loving homes by volunteers, most of whom work then come home to take care of their families and the little rescued dogs who live as members of the family. We desperately need volunteers who are willing to foster little dogs in their homes while we search for approved adopters. We pay all the vet bills and provide supplies to our foster homes. For more information, please email Tami PapillonPalscomcast . For a no obligation adoption application go to: papillonpalsrescue/adoption/ Download the application to your computer, add your information and then attach the completed copy to an email and send it to us. Please note that we do not ship our dogs. We are a very small organization and are located only in Northeast Florida. We only adopt to families located in the general area that includes Florida and Southern Georgia. We are an all volunteer organization and do not have a brick and mortar facility. Please do not call us about our adoptable dogs. If you email us, we will respond, answering your questions within 48 hours of your inquiry. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation. Our Adoption Process: We require an application be completed and submitted if you wish to adopt a dog from Papillon Pals. Once the application is received, our Adoption Committee reviews the application to make sure the applicant meets the requirements for adopting the dog (for example: requires a fenced yard, or a stay-at-home adopter, etc.). We then check personal and vet references. If all is well with the references, we contact the applicant to schedule a time to take the dog to their home and meet all of the family. All information is then submitted to our Adoption Committee for review/approval. This process may take up to two weeks to complete. We desperately need foster homes for newly rescued dogs. If you think you might be interested in fostering a small dog, contact Tami, PapillonPalscomcast for more information.
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