Fred

Fred is a 4.5-month-old mixed breed rescued from a high-kill shelter. This puppy is current on age-appropriate vaccinations, microchipped, and spayed/neutered. This puppy is currently in foster care learning home etiquette, kennel training, and housebreaking. Fred will require a home with a fenced backyard. We would love for you to meet this puppy and see if it might be a good fit for your home.

The first step to adoption is completing an adoption application on our website at www.bounceanimalrescue.org. Pending approval, your application is valid for 1 year, and you will be eligible to request a hold on an individual animal for the Saturday adoption event. The hold does not require that you take the animal home, but ensures you get to meet and make an adoption decision prior to other applicants. Also pending approval, you will be able to acquire foster home contact information, so you inquire on personalities of specific animals.

We do offer midweek private adoption appointments for approved applicants pending staff, foster home, and vetting schedules. Because we are 100% foster-based, private adoption appointments are only offered for individual animals. (If interested in viewing multiple animals at one time, we encourage you to attend our adoption events!)

Please note, we do not have the ability to process adoption applications at our adoption events, so please plan accordingly. If an application is submitted past 5pm on Monday-Thursday, it will begin review the following day. If submitted on Friday-Sunday, it will begin review on Monday. It takes approximately 48-72 hours for an application to be processed.

 

 

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  1. Enzo
    Enzo says:

    hi. I’m an American but I live in Europe. I have donated to your cause already and I will continue to do so. I am wondering, regarding ROSCOE, seeing as it’s complicate to adopt him from abroad, I would like help pay for his livelihood until you find someone to adopt him. what a beauty he is.

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