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Rescue Me ID: 15-07-19-00264  (male)

Poodle Mix    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered 

    We have been fostering Apollo (fondly called Papa in his foster home) since December. We pulled him from a local shelter and he is just as sweet as can be, but he also is a special needs dog. He is neutered and up to date on his shots. Apollo is quiet poodle, who is about 10 years old. He is house trained when taken out on a regular basis, but can at time have accidents if he is not taken out in time. For this reason, he would do best in a home where there is the greater chance for someone to be home more often than not. He is very sweet and loving with people, but is a little pickier about his 4 legged friends. He can do well with ... (Read More)other dogs, but because of his needs, he might do better as being an only dog. At night he would be happy to cuddle in your bed or in a doggy bed all his own. He walks great on a leash and would really enjoy a small, fenced in yard area. One of the medical conditions that Apollo has is Cushings. Cushing's is a disease caused by excess cortisol secretion. This is a lifelong condition and it is important that his new family understand this and are willing to take on and be responsible for this type of care. We understand that older dogs, especially those with special needs, are harder to adopt, but we are hoping that someone will see his picture, read his bio and say, I would love to give Apollo a wonderful home for him to live out the rest of his years, because he will be a wonderful companion and provide such unconditional love. Apollo is located in Tennessee. His adoption fee is sponsored (no fee) for the right family. If you are interested in adopting Apollo, please fill out our application at our website: http://safehaventn.com/applications-and-forms/adoption-application/ (Less)

 Adoption Fee: 0 Animal Location:

Safe Haven Puppy Sanctuary
Morgan County Deer Lodge, TN 37726 MAP IT!

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Bobbi Nellis - 931-287-3810 Kara Morgan - 865-206-6152

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Rescue Me ID: 15-05-26-00236  (female)

Poodle Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Maggie Mae is a sweet girl who loves to be near and to be petted, and if allowed, sit in your lap. She also has a spunky, fun personality, and enjoys hanging out and chilling as much as she enjoys playing. She does has a fairly strong prey drive, so she will chase birds and other small animals. Cats are not recommended. She will react strongly to dogs she does not know who might surprise her or run up on her, or who she sees in the distance. For that reason, she is not a candidate for dog parks, or for walking in areas where dogs are running loose, or otherwise being walked. She will tend to boss other dogs she lives with at times which ... (Read More)includes trying to fight with them, so ideally, unless one is an experienced dog handler, a home without other dogs would be best, or one who has just one other dog who is laid back and of even temperament. Any other dog in the household will have to be evaluated by a representative of Red Fern. Maggie is about 25 pounds, and about 2 years old, or so (as of 5/29/15). She is currently in foster care. Maggie is crate trained and house trained. Maggie knows sit, down, 'enough' and wait. She is improving with car rides, but seems to get a bit car sick or anxious which leads to some drooling and throwing up, She is not a candidate for someone who wants a dog to go camping, boat riding, on trips, etc. She may be one day in the future, once she learns to trust a car, but anyone adopting Maggie at this time should not have that lifestyle, currently. She is willingly jumping up into a vehicle now, but she still has some anxiety or motion sickness issues. Maggie would do best in a home where she is not left alone for long periods of time, and ideally where one is home most of the day. She is a people dog, and is not fond of being isolated by herself without human companionship. A backyard is a must with a secure 5-6 ft. fence, no exceptions, so her need of being able to run and play safely can be met. Maggie can be a bit barky when left alone, so a condo. or apartment would not be an appropriate environment for Maggie. A lot of people have wanted to adopt Maggie, however, the criteria that has been laid out must be met, to meet her needs. She is a cute furry one, but the potential adopter should be focused on her needs, rather than her cuteness. There will be no exceptions. Maggie Mae's adoption fee is 200.00 which includes all vetting, spaying, heart worm preventative, flea/tick management, worming, microchip, teeth cleaning, and vaccinations. You can email Maggie's foster mom at magnolia461@msn.com for more information Please visit www.redfern.petfinder.org to submit an adoption application, if you think you would qualify, based on the criteria set forth in the description. Thank you for considering a rescued dog! (Less)

 Adoption Fee: 200.00 Animal Location:

Red Fern Animal Shelter
Weakley County Dresden, TN 38225 MAP IT!

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716-430-7773; 731 332 9116; 731 332 0318

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Poodle in Tennessee
    Poodle Dogs can make good pets in Tennessee 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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    Poodles appear in art from ancient Rome. Poodles do not shed and are popular for breeding with other dogs to produce a relatively non-allergenic hybrid. The name Poodle comes from a German word describing someone who likes the water. Poodles are widely considered to be French, but there is debate over whether they may have originated in Germany or Denmark.

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Greene County - Greeneville, Tennessee 34473
Get 'Em Done Clinic 423- 639-7949

Montgomery County - Clarksville 37040
Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery 931-648-8042

Sumner County - Hendersonville, Tennessee 37075
Humane Society of Sumner County 615-822-0061

Wilson County - Lebanon, TN 37088
Snip & Tip Feral Program 615-444-8299

Wilson County - Lebanon, TN 37088
Spay Station 615-444-1196

Wilson County - Mount Juliet, TN 37122
Humane Association of Wilson County 615-444-9979

Rutherford County - Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37127
Beesley Low-Cost Clinic 615-890-6878

DeKalb County - Smithville, Tennessee 37166
Humane Society of Dekalb County 615-464-6738

Davidson County - Nashville 37209
Nashville Humane ROVER Mobile Clinic 615-352-4030

Washington County - Johnson City, Tennessee 37604
Washington County Animal Control 423-926-8769

Blount County - Alcoa, TN 37701
AnimalWorks 865-379-2227

Loudon County - Greenback, Tennessee 37742
PPAW Spay/Neuter Clinic 865-856-7729

Roane County - Harriman, Tennessee 37748
Planned Pet-Hood 865-882-9966

Anderson County - Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830
The Humane Society of Anderson County 865-482-1133

Sevier County - Seymour, TN 37865
Fix-A-Pet 865-579-6738

Knox County - Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
The Spay Shuttle 865-215-6677

Shelby County - Memphis, Tennessee 38104
Memphis Shelby County Humane Society 901-272-1753

Shelby County - Memphis 38187
Animal Protection Association 901-377-3779

Carroll County - Mc Kenzie, Tennessee 38201
Carroll County Humane Society 731-352-9950

Hardin County - Savannah 38326
Hardin County Humane Society 901-689-3963

Putnam County - Cookeville 38501
PUP ( Prevent Unwanted Pets) 931-858-7085

Cumberland County - Crossville 38555
Humane Society of Cumberland County 931-484-9700

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