Jerry and his siblings are approximately 6-months old, lab/hound mix. He gets along well with their foster family other dogs. Looking for his "fur-ever" home.
\tIf you are ready to meet the pet, please fill out an online adoption application by copying and pasting the following link into your internet browser: https://www.petstablished.com/adoption_form/10666/generic
\tOnce your application is submitted, we will contact the vet reference provided. If you do not yet have a vet, please provide three personal references these could be family and friends who can attest to your pet parenting skills.
\tA volunteer will schedule a phone interview with you. The interview and application help our fosters find their forever home by ensuring a good match.
\tThe Louisa Humane Society does not have a brick and mortar facility, so all of our pets are in foster care. Once approved, the foster parent will reach out to arrange a visit. The foster family can tell you all about her likes, dislikes, and little quirks.
\tThe application and visit do not oblige you to adopt, but if youre ready to take the pet home as your furry forever friend, the adoption fee is $225.
\tShould the match turn out less than perfect, or if you are unwilling or unable to care for an adopted animal, the Louisa Humane Society will take the animal back into our care.
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