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Unfortunately, we are having some problems with our web server. If you are interested in any of the FFOSK9 pups, the first step is to fill out an application. Please email email@example.com to receive an application, or if you are working with our wonderful partner, For The Love Of Dogs/Vermont Dog Rescue, please fill out an application at http://www.vermontdogrescue.com. For the Love of Dogs Vermont Dog Rescue is our partner rescue and helps place many of our rescues into loving homes.
Frazier is a sweet but has all the typical traits of a Boxer. he is good with other dogs but does have food aggression towards other dogs and sometimes people he will take food from a human hand and you can hold his bowl while he eats but he will not let you take a bowl away from him if it is sitting on the floor. Because of this Frazier will need to go to a home that does not have small children under the age of 8.
Frazier is also Heartworm positive and will need to be treated prior to going to his forever home.
Please do not let these couple of issues keep you from adopting Frazier. He is a sweet dog and super friendly. He gives kisses and loves to sit in your lap and give kisses. He is an active dog so an active family would be a great fit.
He weighs 40 and other then the heartworms he is very healthy. He walks well on a leash and rides well in a car as long as he is restrained with a seat belt or in a crate.He does know his sit and stay command but could use some more training.
MUST BE NEUTERED BEFORE GOING HOME.
(Neuter surgery set for Oct 5th, heartworm treatments set for Oct 18th and 19th)
OUT OF STATE adoptions are possible. If you are working with For The Love Of Dogs/Vermont Dog Rescue, the additional fee is $200 to cover transportation costs and the health certificate, which is required to cross state lines. Transport to other areas is dependent on location, fees, and availability of independent transport services. You are always welcome to pick up your new family member.
We are a home based, not for profit organization in Northeast Alabama that helps place forgotten and unwanted pets in forever homes. We are an all volunteer, 501(c)3 organization. We rescue pets from high kill shelters, prior to being euthanized, as well as strays and unwanted pets.
We do not adopt to "outside only" homes nor do we adopt to anyone who wishes to crop, dock, or do any other alterations except the spaying and neutering of their pets. All pets are completely vetted, up to date on all vaccines, and given rabies certificates.
ALL PUPPIES NOT SPAYED OR NEUTERED PRIOR TO ADOPTION WILL REQUIRE A SPAY NEUTER CONTRACT SIGNED AND DATED BY ADOPTERS.