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|Animal ID: 17-157Buddy (male)|
Buddy is fostered in Greenfield, IN through United Yorkie Rescue http://unitedyorkierescue.org. Buddy is a 6 yr. old, 9 lb. Yorkie-poo. Buddy recently arrived at his foster home in Indiana, along with his housemate Cody. He Buddy and his fur brother Cody were surrendered by their owner, because she has medical issues that prevent her from caring for them as they need. Buddy was a little timid and shy at first, but is settling into his foster home nicely. He is up-to-date on shots and passed a wellness check at the vet and appears to be in excellent health. Buddy has adjusted well to his foster home. He's a loving little guy but also still a little timid. Buddy is eating and sleeping well. He loves to play with his foster fur brother and sister. He loves to sleep on the bed with his foster mom. Buddy has been groomed and has been micro-chipped. A fenced yard will be a requirement of his forever home. To complete an application for Buddy, go to; http://unitedyorkierescue.org and click on the application link in the left side menu. (Less)
United Yorkie Rescue
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|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-22-00142Tux (male)|
Tux is a great dog. He is sweet and cute and will always make you smile when you are down. But Tux has a slipped disc in his back that my family can't afford to fix. He is also late on his vaccinations and has a skin irritation issue that causes him to bite on his legs. My mother is sick and we have to move but we can't take him with us. If we cannot find a home for him in the next month where he can get the medical attention he needs, he will have to be euthanized.
Monroe County Bloomington, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-09-00225Mo (male)|
Mo is ready for his forever home! He is a year old. He was born 6/21/2016. He is neutered and up to date on vaccinations. He is a yorkie poodle mix and weighs 15 pounds. He is okay with kids, but will not tolerate being harassed. He will bite. He is great with other dogs. He needs a playful dog in his forever home. It also helps a lot with his separation anxiety and he loves to wrestle. He loves to cuddle and wants to be with you as much as possible. He is crate trained and mostly potty trained. His new family will need to continue on with his obedience training and house manners. He will need daily exercise and lots of walks. He does require a fenced in yard, just to be safe, as he does have a high prey drive. He will require regular grooming, to keep him looking his best. Grain free food is needed to help with his food allergies. He is a great guy with a lot of potential but he is still all puppy. He will require continued training and socialization to ensure he stays on the right path. He is located in Indianapolis. This post will be updated when he has been adopted. Please fill out our Profile so that we may get to know you and your family. We work very hard to place our dogs into their FOREVER home, so we need to know if your home is a good fit for a specific dog. The more thorough you can be with your answers, the quicker we can work with you to find the best match. Please respond N/A if something does not pertain to you. Thanks for your interest in ADOPTING! Dog's Name: Your First and Last Name: Email: Best number to reach you: Enter phone number: Address: Type of Housing: Own or Rent: Please know, if you rent we will need a letter from your landlord stating that having a dog is OK on this property. How long have you lived here? Do you have a fenced in yard on all 4 sides? What kind of fence do you have? Please list the names and relationships of all ADULTS in the home. Please list the names and AGES of all CHILDREN in the home. Please list the breed, age and sex of all other pets in the home. Spayed/Neutered? If NO, why not? Brand of heartworm preventative you are using? Type of flea prevention you are using? Where would the dog stay during the day while you are home? Where would the dog stay during the day while you are away? Where would the dog sleep at night? How would the dog be cared for during overnight absences or vacations? If a dog destroys something what do you do to try to correct the behavior? If a dog has an accident, what do you do to try to correct the behavior? How much time will you be able to spend with the dog daily? Who will be the primary caregiver? Are all family members gone during the day? If YES, for how long? Have you ever owned a dog before? If you no longer have the dog, what happened to it? What made you choose this dog? Why adopt from a Rescue organization? What do you think is the monthly cost of owning a dog? Please provide a breakdown. Would you be willing to pay for transportation or relocation costs? Would you be willing to provide Foster Care to a dog while awaiting the dog of your choice? Name, Address and Phone Number of your Veterinary Clinic: Name and Phone Number of your groomer: Dog Sex Preferences: Dog Age Preferences: Any other information you think may be important in helping us find the best match for your family? Adopting families are required to complete a basic obedience training class after adopting. Is this something you would be willing to do? ********************************** (Less)
Marion County Indianapolis, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-05-21-00054Brewster (male)|
Brewster is a sweet, 6-7 yr old, 10lb poodle/pom that came to the rescue last year with 2 others after being surrendered to a shelter. They were obviously abused and neglected. Their legs were matted together, they were terrified of being touched and an X-ray showed that Brewster had a BB lodged under his skin. We worked with them over the winter and spring and happily the other 2, who were bonded, were adopted together last month. At first we though Brewster would not do well with other dogs but after a dental to removed some bad teeth and the BB from his back, Brewster is now a happy boy who does well with big and small dogs and would love at least one canine companion in his new home. He still is a bit shy around new people but will warm up quickly. He is house-trained and will sleep in a crate or crawl up on your bed. He recently has a grooming and did great with the groomer. He is neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped & heartworm/lyme disease negative. His adoption fee is $200. Please email for an application. firstname.lastname@example.org. (Less)
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Allen County Fort Wayne, IN MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Poodle in Indiana|
Poodle Dogs can make good pets in Indiana if they match your IifestyIe. Poodles come in several different varieties which are classified based on size. Generally, smaller Poodle varieties tend to be more hyperactive while larger Poodles are more mellow. Poodles love people and are good with children and other dogs. Poodles are easy to train. This breed can live in an apartment with enough daily exercise.
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