Chesapeake Bay Retriever Rescue of WI Inc.
Join us November 4th, 2012, 10am to 4pm, we will be at the Great Lakes Pet Expo on Feb. 2nd, 2013. WI. State Fair Park, West Allis, Green Bay Pet Expo March 22,23,24 at the Brown County Veteran's Memorial Arena, Mounds in June, date to follow. WI 10 am to 5 pm.
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Alert for Dogs Who Swim
Do you throw away your aluminum cans? If you do, would you consider donating them to us? We will gladly pick them up if you live in the Appleton area and would like to help us out in that way. Just give us a call at 954-0795 and let us know when and where to pick them up! We would sure appreciate it!.
OWNER SURRENDER POLICY: Shelter dogs will always be taken into rescue before owner surrender dogs. It takes time to coordinate a foster home and evaluation to bring a dog into rescue. If you know you are moving in 2 months-please don't wait until the week before to try to re-home the dog. All owner surrender dogs will need to be current on their vaccines and have a HW test before being considered for admission to rescue. All medical records must accompany the dog. We will also be contacting the current veterinarian for any history of medical issues/aggression etc. All dogs will need to go through a strict evaluation for temperament before being considered for admission. This will be done in your home and not in a neutral area. We will be checking for stranger aggression, food guarding, food aggression, dog to dog aggression. We will also check with the veterinarian for history of aggression/bites. We may also check with local authorities to see if there has been a bite complaint if we deem it necessary. Aggressive/unpredictable dogs will not be considered for this program-we do not take dogs with a bite history or aggression to people. If your reason for re-homing your dog is that you don't want it to bite your child/children-do not assume that we will take it to bite someone else's children-we will not. We reserve the right to deny access to rescue any dog we feel to be a danger to people and a detriment to our program .
PRIVATE OWNER ADOPTIONS
Chesapeake Retriever Rescue of WI. Office hours are from 8am to 8pm central time. Monday thru Friday. Saturday and Sunday 8am to 5pm. If you are interested in adopting a dog from us, please fill out an application and either fax it to us or send via U.S. Postal. Once we have proccessed your application we will contact you and either set up a home visit or go over questionable items in your application. Phone 920-427-4295 Fax (920) 882-0495 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but we will no longer be able to conduct business after 7pm Monday thru Friday or on weekends after 5pm on Saturday unless prior arrangements are made.
We have opened a store at Cafepress, you can get there by the link below. All proceeds will go to pay for medical expenses for our rescue dogs.Please take a look and see if anything catches your eye. You can have a personalized item or items made by sending me a picture in jpeg format and specify the item you want made. Please send a pic that you own so there is no copyright infringement. Send the pic along with a statement that you own it and the item wanted made.
I will send you an email as soon as it is set up and a link to see it. It's a great way to "make" those special gifts for any reason. Go ahead! Make someone smile!
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|We use Patented Kuranda Dog Beds because they are durable, chew proof and easy to clean. If you would like to donate a bed to us, click here.
FIND THE DOG A HOME
Breast cancer: Estrogen is one of the primary causes of canine breast cancer, the most common malignant tumor in dogs. Animals that are spayed prior to one year of age very rarely develop this malignancy. However, it is very common in unspayed females. The chances of reaching 10 years of age without developing this potentially fatal tumor is less than 11% in some breeds with normal hormone production. If the dog is spayed later in life, it may still decrease the chances for this cancer to develop. The best way to insure your dog is spared from breast cancer is to have an OHE performed before her first heat breast cancer
FREE TO A GOOD HOME
To find out about PRA please visit the following site. PRA
Please visit this page to read about our special PRA pups and the success they have had with thier new homes. PRA Doesn't Stop ME!!
We are a network of volunteer foster homes dedicated to rescuing and placing unwanted Chesapeake Retrievers into forever homes.
All dogs are spayed and neutered. An application is required, as is a home visit, and adoption contract.
If there is a special Chessie you are looking for tell us your hearts desire and we will try and match you up with your dream companion. All rescue dogs are in foster homes. We are not a shelter. Please call for appointments to visit dogs. Applications must be approved before visitation.
Chesapeake Retriever Rescue of WI Inc. Fax: 920-882-0495
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