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BLOOM   

In shelter Dog

Cranston, RI, 02920
Pet name:
BLOOM
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Boxer
Date:
05/17/2022
Colors:
White / Cream
Size:
Medium
Age:
Baby
Description:
*Please note: Bloom is in a foster home and is available to meet Saturday 10am-2pm.*

Bloom is a 10 month old, female, Boxer mixed breed. She has been in an amazing foster home with JessicaDove_ for 7 weeks and is learning a lot. She LOVES her foster brother and sister and a home with other dogs is ideal (pending a successful meet and greet). 

She may be small but she is fierce. She can hang with all the big dogs and play with the boys. Shes rough, tough and wicked fast!
She loves car rides and is great in her crate.

However, she is very skeptical when it comes to people and will not approach. She will require a family that will be extremely patient and extra kind to her. She needs someone that will love her but also give her the space she needs to build trust on her time line. She really thrives off of time with her fur siblings. She loves to snuggle and give kisses but on her own terms. Once a bond is created Bloom will make a perfect, playful addition to an active and patient family.
Photo: Jessica Dove (foster mom) 

*PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO STRINGENT OUT OF STATE HEALTH CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS WE ARE NOW ONLY ADOPTING TO RHODE ISLAND RESIDENTS*. We apologize for the inconvenience.

HOW TO GO ABOUT ADOPTING: 
1. Come in during adoption hours to apply and full out an application completely. We have applications on site. 
Open adoption hours take place at 44 Worthington Road in Cranston, RI. We are open every Wednesday 12-2pm, Thursday 12-2pm, Friday 12-2pm and Saturday 10am-2pm
2. We require proof of homeownership (tax form, deed, mortgage statement) or landlord approval (a copy of your lease that clearly states you are allowed to have a dog, puppy, cat, or kitten OR written and signed consent from your landlord. 
3, We require copies of up to date vet records for any current pets. 

*If you are unable to make it in during our set hours we are now offering personalized adoption appointments 7 DAYS A WEEK for pre-qualified adopters! We hope that this will streamline the adoption process. 

HOW TO PREQUALIFY AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT:
1. Visit our website (HeartofRI.org) to view our available animals.
2. Download the dog or cat application or copy and paste the application text into the body of an e-mail. Fully complete the application.
3. Attach all required documents: proof of homeownership (a copy of a mortgage statement, tax form, or deed) or landlord approval as well as up to date vet records for any current pets. (These records can be easily obtained by calling your vet and asking for them to e-mail you a full PDF of your pets medical history.)
4. E-mail your fully completed application to HeartofRIAdoption@gmail.com
Once everything is received and has been reviewed by our team we will contact you if you have been pre-qualified with appointment options.

Helpful reminders:
*We do not do same day adoptions.
*Please bring the entire family in to meet the animal you are interested in. 
*We will setup a meet and greet with your dog at a later date. PLEASE do not bring your dog with you when you come in to apply.
East Greenwich Animal Protection League (401) 467-3670 HeartofRIAdoption@gmail.com

Location


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