- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, children.
With a guesstimated birthday in June 2012, Bear is an active and playful boy. He'll chase anything his foster mom throws - but doesn't usually bring it back so have plenty of things on hand to throw :) He enjoys water from the water hose.
Bear weighs about 50 lb and is very affectionate. He'll bark to let his foster know he wants to play and is well-mannered. He's house, crate, and leash-trained. He'll play chase-the-cat, but doesn't seem to want to hurt the felines in the neighborhood.
Whether dogs / puppies come in as strays or owner surrenders, we usually have to make our best guess as to birthdate and breed.
If adopted into a home with other animals, particularly cats, your new pet should be crated or secured when you're not available to supervise to insure a harmonious relationship.
A vet reference is required to confirm responsible pet ownership. We suggest first time pet owners look for an adult dog for companionship and to gain experience.
Adoption fee covers two vaccinations plus spay / neuter if using our local low-cost spay/neuter clinic (overnight stay required) and surgery occurs as agreed upon in the adoption contract. Convenience fee equal to refundable spay/neuter deposit may be added if using our veterinarian. Additional fees for 3rd puppy vaccination, refundable spay/neuter deposit, etc. may apply.
We are an all-volunteer, foster-based rescue. We receive no funding from agencies. Available animals can be seen most Saturdays at Tractor Supply in Lenoir from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We recommend interested parties contact us to pre-qualify for adoption so their new furry family can go home once paperwork is complete. Fees are required in cash. For more information on our organization, our website is www.petpartnersrescue.org.
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- Australian Shepherd
- Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
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