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New to OCDRT on 10/01/2016 as a rescue transfer.
Adrienne is being fostered in Creston Ohio.
Adrienne is a 4 month old female puppy who transferred to OCDRT after being pulled from a southern Ohio Shelter. We are grateful Maggie's Mission pulled her! Adrienne introduced well to the current pack & is playing nonstop. She is very people oriented. This is one busy puppy who is constantly on the move and very smart. We will finish her vetting, start crate training, foundation skills, leash skills, socialization, & house training. ACD experience necessary for her adoption. Check back for updates as we get to know her better.
UPDATE 10/13/2016: Adrienne has a deposit to hold her for a meeting next week with an approved applicant.
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ADOPTION INFORMATION: P lease email firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application, as this is the first step to the adoption process. We are better able to suggest a potential match after reviewing your completed application. We require a telephone interview, check references, home support visit, & a contract and adoption fee of $250 applies. All our foster dogs are altered, heartworm tested and kept on prevention, tick borne disease tested, receive DHLPP, Bordatella, Lyme, & Rabies vaccine, fecal tested & de-wormed as necessary, micro-chipped, any additional medical concerns or behavior concerns are addressed, crate trained, leash trained, and are kept on a premium food.
PLEASE NOTE: This Rescue is not a public shelter. This dog is being fostered in a private home until adoption. Our fosters are adopted on first come, first serve basis, with applications being processed in the order received. If approved for adoption, a deposit is required to hold the dog until a meeting can be arranged. We do require prospective adopters to travel to the home of the foster dog along with all family members, including any resident dog(s). This is the only way to see the known temperament of our fosters dogs, while they are in the home they feel is 'their's'. Any behavior concerns with meeting new people/dog(s) on their home 'turf' will be visible at the meeting.