Meet, Red Hots, a BIG bundle of love who gets along with everyone he meets including kids! This handsome boy has an abundance of energy and loves to run around outside. But at the same time, he also loves to snuggle and nap next to you. Our loving boy is super smart as he is potty trained and crate trained. Red Hots prefers to be the only king of the castle, and so we are looking for a family without a dog(s).
Our love bug’s adoption fee is $300 which includes being fully vetted, neutered, microchipped and fecal exam. Red Hots is 1 years old.
Please consider opening your heart and loving home to this amazing boy.
All dogs require a $100 training deposit. Once confirmation of the completion of a training class has been sent to the rescue, you will receive your deposit back in full.
As we are a rescue all of our adult dogs/puppies for adoption must be spayed or neutered. Although we make every attempt to have this done before finding their adoptive families, this is not always possible. Please speak with your adoption coordinator to see of this service has already been performed or they will explain to you if your new dog/puppy will need this service while in your care at no cost to you.
When emailing please include your phone number to help speed up the adoption process. Also, for the safety of our dogs we only adopt within a 2 hour radius of Joliet, Illinois, to allow our volunteers to do home checks if necessary.
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