I am a 3 month old Plott Hound puppy. I was found as a stray and no one came to find me. The nice people at the shelter asked CCR to help and get me out of the shelter and they said of course! They couldn’t resist my soulful eyes! 😜
I’ll be getting spayed soon and will then be looking for my forever home. I’m all puppy and very sweet. I love other dogs, cats and kids. I love everyone. I need a fenced yard because I’m a hound and I like to follow my nose and would easily run off without even realizing! I’m super smart and know how to use puppy pads and have also learned how to use a dog door! I’m really young though so I’ll need patience to continue my house training. I love to play and love toys!
If you think you might be my forever family you can get an application at www.cavaliercrazyrescue.org or email email@example.com
Hello! My name is Murphy! I am a 3 month old cocker spaniel. I came into rescue because I have something called cherry eye and need surgery sadly my family couldn’t afford the surgery and had me come to rescue to get the surgery and find a forever home.
I am a happy, sweet boy who likes to play! I didn’t get my tail cropped and it wags constantly. I like to snuggle, chase the other dogs and pester the cat! I’m all puppy! My foster family is working on my house training but my family will need to be patient and keep working with me.
I will have my eye surgery and neuter and be available for adoption the beginning of April. So if you think you might be my forever family you can download an application on the Cavalier Crazy Rescue website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
REQUIREMENTS: A fenced yard. Murphy likes to be outside and needs a secure yard. Kids ok. Cats ok. Dogs ok. A home with another young or dogs dog to play with is preferred. Someone should be home much if the day to continue Murphy’s house training.
Baby Lily came into rescue at just 4 weeks old weighing less than a pound. She was listed for sale on a local classified ad and a CCR supporter found her and bought her so she could come into rescue. Lily was not weaned and was very thin. She wasn’t eating or drinking and we were very worried about her. Fortunately her foster family found some food she liked, she’s started on puppy vitamins and has been drinking puppy milk replacement. Since she has started eating she has gained almost a pound!
Best as we can figure Lily is a poodle/Pomeranian mix but that’s just a guess. She is teeny tiny. We were told she was a poodle mix.
We are looking to find a home for Lily where she can be fostered to adopt so she can get in a home now when she’s little, but get spayed when she’s a little older. Because of this she must be adopted in the Salt Lake Valley area only. She will be available in about 2 weeks when she’s 8 weeks old and has had her first set of shots. Her adopter must be able to transport her to vet appointments in Murray.
Lily will only be available to approved homes with someone home most of the time to continue her crate and house training. Because she’s so tiny, she needs a home with no small children.
If you’re interested in learning more email us at email@example.com
Please note Lily DOES shed and has more of the Pomeranian coat, not poodle.
REQUIREMENTS: must live in Utah in the Salt Lake Valley. No kids under 12.