Breeds:
Australian Shepherd, Mixed
Colors:
Brown, Chocolate with Black
Lost or found date:
05/03/2020
Pet name:
Vanna
Gender:
Female
Size:
Large
Age:
Baby
Description:
Meet Van, Vanna, Valerie, Vander, Velma, and Vermont! These beautiful babes came to us from an Arkansas humane society. They are a playful, energetic bunch who are eager for attention. They will do well with an active family who enjoys time outside and long walks. Please help these cuties find the forever families they deserve! This pet’s expected availability date is 5/19! This date is subject to change.  THE FIRST STEP IN OUR ADOPTION PROCESS 1. FILL OUT AN ONLINE APPLICATION at http://www.wright-wayrescue.org  TWO WAYS TO ADOPT FROM WRIGHT-WAY RESCUE!  1. COME IN FOR A "MEET & GREET" APPOINTMENT! New animals arrive at the Adoption Center located at 5915 W Lincoln Ave in Morton Grove 60053 every week. The adoption weekend goes from Thursday-Sunday and we welcome visitors to come view 100+ new pets searching for their forever homes. Meet & Greet appointments are a fantastic way to view a huge range of pets representing various breeds, sizes, color, temperaments, etc all in one location.  To schedule a "Meet & Greet" appointment, simply reply to this email with your name, phone number, and the time and date you would like to come visit. We will reply back with confirmation or make an alternate suggestion if that time slot is booked. We can't wait to meet you and show you all of the incredible pets waiting patiently to meet YOU!  2. MAKE A RESERVATION FOR A SPECIFIC PET  Did you fall in love with a pet on our website?   The best way to make a reservation is by emailing us at rescue@wright-wayrescue.org. Please include the name on your application, your phone number, and the names of the pets you are interested in listed in order of preference.  OR Call our Adoption Hotline at 847-728-5434 (option 1)  Once we hear from you, we will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible to confirm your reservation, or suggest an alternate available pet.  A reservation is most appropriate for adopters who: Are serious about adoption. When we reserve a pet for you, it is taken off the list of available animals and will be waiting to meet you. Are ready for adoption. The pet you reserve will be ready to leave with you that day. Are happy with the known facts we can tell you in advance IE color, sex, coat type, etc.  All family members are in agreement and excited to proceed.  Understand that while the reservation process is for those serious about a specific pet, it is not a requirement to adopt that pet. If the reserved pet is not a good match you will be welcome to look at other available animals or simply come back at a different time.  For the welfare of the pet, agree to cancel your appointment immediately should you not be able to make it.  Please Note: Only one reservation is allowed per applicant. Only animals not yet ready for adoption and not present at the Adoption Center in Morton Grove are eligible for reservation. Once a pet is ready for adoption at Morton Grove, adoptions are first come/qualified.  THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN SAVING A LIFE The rise of the no-kill movement over the past decade has been one of the most significant trends within animal protection. For millions of dogs and cats, it has been the difference between life and death.  Wright-Way Rescue's mission is a little different than most. We focus a significant portion of our efforts on saving pets throughout RURAL AMERICA. It is in these extremely remote locations that help and hope for homeless pets is still at a minimum. Often times our shelter is their only chance of being accepted into an adoption program and receiving the care they need.  Wright-Way Rescue adopts more dogs into homes per year than any other shelter in IL. We do so on approximately 10% of the budget of similarly sized operations. Each dollar donated is stretched to the max to provide aid to homeless pets and support the rural communities we partner with. We know that helping to create compassionate communities where resources are generally lacking is key to leading the US to become a country who no longer kills pets simply because they do not have a home.  Thank you for considering adoption through Wright-Way Rescue, a NO-KILL animal rescue. If you have any questions or concerns throughout your adoption experience, do not hesitate to contact our organization. Sincerely, Wright-Way Rescue 

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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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