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Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)
Color: Black – with White
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Pet ID: 24796027
Facts About Me
Saved in Memory of the Greatest Dane Ever!
The life of this dog was saved due to a transport in memory of a Great Dane, named Hoss. Many of you had the privilege of knowing this handsome big guy. Those who met him would instantly fall in love with his big brown eyes, goofy nature, and his need to lean on you. Hoss’s heart outweighed his brain by a long shot (said lovingly). He always knew how to make you laugh in the weirdest of ways; whether it was eating an entire sub in one bite, deciding to sit on the table during lunch with his human friends, or choosing to take up kayaking. He was the best companion and quite the legacy. You will forever be missed Hoss. – The Goodman Family
Rowan was born about September 26, 2018 and we are really guessing of ultimate weight at 20 lbs – truly guessing. He is a type of Terrier mix and went to the shelter as perhaps a Boxer mix ??? Rowan has an adorable rough coat. He is happy, fun and playful and had kids as young as 5 in the southern foster home which he did well with. He loves the other dogs and is just all around a pleasure to be with. He is with us because someone called the authorities and they did a wellness check and found he and his brother, Riley living in a chicken coop with their mom and 2 other siblings. There was no heat (it was November), no blanket, just a ton of stuff in this rundown coop. The officer convinced the elderly man that one pup needed to see a vet and so he was surrendered and then the assistant officer offered money for another pup and he was surrendered. They tried to convince him to surrender the mom and other 2 siblings but was told NO! The officers went back with an igloo, blankets and food and thought they’d try again 5 days later only to find he had sold the mother for $150.00, but then turned down the officers offer of $100.00 for each remaining pup. We sure hope they are still alive and well. The question I have here as I’m sure many others of you are scratching your heads and asking is WHY was he able to keep these pups and WHY couldn’t the officers seize this pathetic canine family? WHY is this treatment of companion animals legal ANYWHERE in the United States? Asking these questions brings to mind that we, the USA, are also not treating some humans very well so why would be think that our government would protect companion animals? Since this is not the place to talk politics we’ll just leave it at that. Update* 1/22/19 Rowan tumbled off the couch at his foster home and broke his tibia/fibula the vet applied a cast and it has healed beautifully. FOSTER UPDATE: Rowan is such an amazing little boy! He hasn’t shown any interest in the cats and LOVES to play with the other dogs. He’s adorable and a snuggler, loving to sleep under the covers with us. He uses potty pads, but does also use the dog door. Rowan loves to explore and he is good on leash. He is good about being crated as long as he has lots to keep him busy and he IS a busy little boy!
The Adoption Fee for this dog is $425.00.
Adoptions fees vary based on adoptability. In general our fees include spay/neuter, all age appropriate vaccines, Home Again micro-chipping & registration, worming & flea control – a ‘complete’ pet. We accept CASH or Visa/Mastercard ONLY.
Joyful Rescues has no funding except for our adoption fees and miscellaneous donations. Pet care and vet bills are expensive – you must be ready to take on this financial (as well as emotional) responsibility.
YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 25 YEARS OF AGE TO ADOPT A DOG FROM JOYFUL RESCUES
We keep our pet list as up-to-date as possible. As soon as a pet is adopted, it is removed from the list. If a pet is still showing, it is still available for adoption.
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Shelter Name: Joyful Rescues, Inc.
Postal Code: 14727
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