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In shelter Dog

Sanger, TX, 76266
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Hayes is in his teenage years here at the rescue He is a happy, friendly, energetic guy He loves people, and is a big cuddle bug He would be great in a home with active older kids or active adults He would love to run, walk, play, hike, and then curl up in your lap or by your side He is currently working with a volunteer to learn manners and leash walking He has made good progress!

He is neutered and is up to date on all vaccines. 

We do not "make money" on adoption fees. Adoption fees cover a small fraction of the total cost of caring for a dog in adoption. While some are adopted in days, others are not adopted for years. Last year the directors family donated $42,000 to keep the rescue running...we did not adopt out 4200 seniors or 2100 adults/puppies (the equivalent in adoption fees). Between electricity/air conditioning, kennel worker pay, feed, gas, medical, emergency surgeries, trainers, cleaning supplies, heartworm treatments and preventatives, etc, the rescue is not making any money on adoptions. We are also saving you money! We get veterinary services at a discount with our partners. Sure, you could go pick up a free pup somewhere but the cost of getting them healthy and vetted would exceed the adoption costs we have.

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