Betsy, 7, is hoping to find her furrever family.
She is with the folks at Little Dogs Big Hearts Rescue.
All persons wishing to adopt one of their dogs must do the following:
– Be at least 21 years of age and willing/able to provide the necessary daily care and yearly medical care that an adopted animal requires.
– Live within the North Texas to southernmost Oklahoma area.
– Submit an Application.
– Agree to a Veterinary Reference: They will call your current or past veterinarian and ask about your current and previous pets. It helps exponentially if you call your vet in advance and give your permission for them to give out the needed information.
– Agree to a Home Visit: A volunteer will come to your home, preferably when all people living in the home can be present, and view your home and your yard (when applicable). They do this so that they can prevent issues, such as fixing a hole in the fence that the dog could escape through, or recommending moving toxic plants out of reach, etc.
– Pay an Adoption Fee: They try to keep adoption fees reasonable, but ask that you understand that you are adopting a dog that has been spayed/neutered, is fully vaccinated and heartworm tested, and in many cases, has had dental work done. Their adoption fees barely make a dent in the veterinary bills.
Little Dogs Big Hearts Rescue was formed in response to the overwhelming number of adoptable dogs being euthanized in our area. Having a soft spot for the tiny breeds, they began fostering and searching for perfect forever homes for the dogs in their care. They do not operate a kennel or shelter- all of the LDBHR dogs are kept in foster homes until suitable forever families are found.
If you have any questions you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.