Breeds:
Border Collie, Mixed
Colors:
Lost or found date:
06/08/2021
Pet name:
Buddy
Gender:
Male
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Description:
Male, ~3 years old, ~61 lbs. Approximate Age:  ~3 years old   Approximate Weight/Size:  Large   Good with: Dogs   Not tested with: Kids, Cats   Hi, I'm Buddy! I'm a gentle and kind pup who is as smart as can be. I'm great with other dogs and so excited to find my forever home where I can share all the love I've got to give! This pup tested HW Positive and is undergoing treatment.  They will be available for adoption when treatment is complete.  For more information on heartworms click here:  https://www.heartwormsociety.org/pet-owner-resources/heartworm-basics Adoption Application: http://bit.ly/adoptrdr Foster Application:  https://rdr.formstack.com/forms/foster_app   Adoption Application:  http://bit.ly/adoptrdr Foster Application: http://bit.ly/fosterapprdr Adoption Process: In order to adopt, we require an adoption application. After you submit an application, if you pass the screening, we will contact you to schedule a phone interview. We will call your references, including your veterinarian and landlord (when appropriate). We will also conduct a home visit. After these steps are complete, you will be approved to adopt a dog. Please note this process takes 1-2 weeks so applications submitted when you are ready to bring a dog home within that time frame. You can meet our adoptable dogs at events, however, we cannot guarantee that dogs at events do not have pre-approved applicants meeting them there as well, so the application is the best way to start the process.  Mission Statement: Forever true to “The Underdog”, Rural Dog Rescue is dedicated to saving the lives of dogs in shelters who are often overlooked for adoption or rescue. We save the dogs who are at most risk of being euthanized: the hounds, the black dogs, the seniors, the sick and the broken.  We make a commitment to reserve a minimum of 50% of the dogs we save to The Underdog. Root For The Underdog! Rural Dog Rescue's home base is in Washington, DC. We adopt to the Washington, DC metropolitan area to include Maryland and Northern Virginia.  We support several high kill shelters that euthanize in 72 hours and whose kill rate is 70% or higher in rural areas of Virginia, West Virginia, North and South Carolina.  Rural Dog Rescue also helps dogs in need in Washington, DC and Maryland. We are 100% volunteer and foster based and no salaries are paid.  100% of your donation and adoption fee goes to helping the dogs and cats of Rural Dog Rescue. Although we try to be as accurate as possible, Rural Dog Rescue cannot guarantee the breed or full-grown adult size of any of the dogs or puppies in its care. Because many of these dogs were found as strays or are the result of irresponsible, unplanned breeding, we do not know the dog's exact background and can only list breed and size by our best educated guess. If exact breed and size are important to you, please consider adopting a dog from a specific breed rescue. Our goal is for our dogs to be adopted by people who will love and care for them forever for who they are - no matter what breed and size they turn out to be! All dogs go to their new homes spayed or neutered, up to date on all shots, dewormed (although a second deworming may be required), started on heartworm and flea and tick preventative and sometimes microchipped.

Location


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