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Code: BFT2022

Nadine   

In shelter Dog

New Orleans, LA, 70124
Pet name:
Nadine
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Boxer
Date:
09/20/2022
Colors:
Brindle
Size:
Large
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Hi everyone! I’m Nadine, my friends call me Dini(dee-knee). I’m staying with friends right now but I’ll soon be looking for my furever home! I am only around a year old and came into rescue at only around 30 pounds, if that. I am not healthy and around 45 pounds. I was in terrible shape and neglected for so long. With the help of my new friends I have made an amazing recovery. 
A little about me: I am only around 1-2 years old and love everyone I meet: dogs, cats, kids, toys. I’m an equal opportunity pup. I’m very polite and know not to jump on people. I’ve learned some tricks like sit, stay, and fetch. Im a very fast learner, especially if there’s some positive(food) reinforcement involved. I’m equally happy lounging around or running in the yard. As long as I’m right next to you. I’m very ticklish so if you scratch me at the right spot I wiggle. I think I’d fit into almost any family. I just need love, affection, and of course some groceries. 

I am spayed, up to date on vaccines and in the beginning of my heartworm treatment which is covered by the rescue. 


PLEASE READ BELOW:

If you are interested in meeting and/or adopting, the first step is to please visit our website to complete an application and read all of our FAQs: https://www.takepawsrescue.org/adopt 

**Please do not use the "Introduce Yourself" feature. The information needed to determine if you might be a match for one of our animals can only be found on our application. An inquiry, question, or introduction through Petfinder is NOT an application. All known details about our animals are posted on their profile and updated daily. Other info would be discussed in detail with the foster during the application review process. Due to the number of introductions/questions received (hundreds daily) we ask you submit an application on our website (that application can be used for any dog with Take Paws Rescue).

The adoption fee for adult dogs covers age appropriate vaccinations, microchip, spay/neuter if not yet performed, heartworm test & appropriate heartworm treatment by the rescues vet. All dogs in our care are also kept up-to-date on HW/Flea Prevention. Please see our website for more information.

2022 Adoption Fee Scale for non-benefactor animals:
Puppies under 12 months - $350
Dogs over 12 months - $250


*Take Paws Rescue saves dogs from high-kill shelters in Southeast Louisiana, owner surrenders, and discarded dogs with uncertain futures. All of our animals live in foster homes where they are socialized, and well cared for. An application will be required to make sure it’s the perfect match!

For additional information, including the adoption process and our adoption fee scale for all our adoptable pets, see our FAQs page: https://www.takepawsrescue.org/faq

*Any breed labels used by Take Paws Rescue, its employees/volunteers, or on vet records provided cannot be guaranteed.  Breed labels are given based on information obtained during intake and/or best guesses based on appearance and/or temperament of the dogs and Take Paws Rescue gives no assurance to the accuracy of these labels. Labels are necessary for postings to many animal networking sites, such as Pet Finder, and are no way a guarantee. Additionally, exact age and potential size cannot be guaranteed.

Location


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