Since the birth of our son (almost 9 months ago) we’ve struggled to give our dogs the attention they need. We’re also moving soon, & the backyard is not fenced nor adequate/safe for them. We really have tried to incorporate them back into our lives while adjusting with the baby, but it’s just not working. It really does break our hearts, but we’d like to find a better home for them, if possible.
The mainly black male, Trip, is a rescue. I got him from the humane society in 2015. He was 1.5-2 years old then, so he’s about 7 or 8 now. Shepherd/husky mix. The white female, Phoebe, was an “accident” from a friends dog. She’s 5. Great Pyrenees/Pitbull mix.
Ideally, we’d like to keep them together, but we realize that that might not be an option. Ultimately, we would just like them to land with a loving home. They lived inside before the baby without any issues (potty trained, etc) & are now outside dogs that would prefer to be indoors with their family..
If you would like to give one or both of these dogs a good home where they would feel loved for the rest of their lives please complete their on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org
Once your adoption application is received and approved a convenient time is set for you to meet and adopt a pet.
Opt to Adopt!... and give me a chance to love you! Copy/paste this link to your browser and fill out an adoption application for me at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org . It’s under the “adoption application” button.
Once you send in your adoption application for me, at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org, the nice people at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation will set up a convenient time for you to meet and visit with us.
IMPORTANT: If you are interested in adopting a pet from Ahimsa Rescue Foundation the first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org
Once your adoption application is received and approved a convenient time will be set for you to meet and adopt a pet.
Ahimsa Rescue Foundation’s adoption donation varies between $150 and $250 for each pet. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation invests on average $200 per dog on medical, microchip and incidental care.
There are many wonderful pets who find themselves homeless at no fault of their own. Thank you considering a rescued companion from all our happy tails and everyone at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation!
The first step of the adoption process is the on line adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org To be considered for the adoption of a pet you must submit the on line adoption application.
We hope to see your application soon.
Ahimsa Rescue Foundation