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Poodle - Chloe - Sponsor Me! - Small - Adult - Female - Dog
Chloe is a former puppy mill dog, who has come a long way, but still has a long journey. Chloe is one of our sanctuary dogs, as she has bonded with her foster mom and her 'sister' Winnie. We're looking for a special soul who would consider sponsoring her, perhaps for her heartworm and flea/ tick preventative or annual vet visit. She likes other dogs, has grown to trust people and will willingly approach new people if she's not rushed. She does need work with potty training. She has tendencies to not let us know when she needs to go outside, and instead will seek a quiet corner, which can be typical for some retired puppy mill dogs. She's made improvements, and Chloe is proof that you CAN teach dogs of any age. She's about 8 years young. She rides well in the car (don't feed her for a couple hours before a ride), likes to take walks, and will curl up next to you once you've gained her trust. She's considered special needs due to her puppy mill history. You see, mill dogs are used for breeding purposes, and they're not exposed to a home environment or the joy human companionship can bring, instead, spending their time in a small wire crate is their way of life. Read more about puppy mill dogs and their special needs: http://aspcabehavior.org/articles/185/Adopting-a-Puppy-Mill-Dog.aspx House training a mill dog: http://aspcabehavior.org/articles/184/House-Training-Your-Puppy-Mill-Dog.aspx Best Friends Animal Society also has a wonderful resource if you're considering adopting a puppy mill survivor: http://www.bestfriends.org/nomorehomelesspets/pdf/RehabRescueDog_ActionKit80610.pdf Chloe is the dog on the left, and she's become friends with another retired mill dog named Winnie. Winnie is a senior. Chloe is learning about house training, which is something that puppy mill dogs sometimes need reinforcement and positive praise. She does want to receive human love and attention, but is uncomfortable pursuing it sometimes due to her past. She now will let you pick her up and is more relaxed. She is with one of OARS co-founders near Ironwood, MI, at Camp k-nine. If you're not in a position to adopt a canine companion, won't you please consider sponsoring her care by making a tax-deductible donation? The requested adoption fee is $120 for sweet Chloe. While this doesn't come close to covering our expenses to provide quality food and medical care for these dogs, our goal is to help them find loving forever homes. Please keep in mind these dogs are rescues; their breed mix and birth dates are usually unknown, but with the help our our vet partners we make the best educated guess. Don't they all deserve a chance at happiness? To begin the adoption process, please submit your downloaded, completed dog adoption application form via email to Amy, our Canine Adoptions Director, at [email removed] Download an application here: http://www.orphananimalrescue.org/documents/DOGAdoptionApp_000.docPlease note that all dogs in our care live with our wonderful foster home volunteers until adopted, so an adoption application is needed prior to setting up a meeting. This process has been designed to ensure that we're helping you to find a lifetime companion who will best fit your preferences, as well as a home best suited for their needs. Orphan Animal Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. is a no-kill, volunteer-driven nonprofit organization dedicated to changing the lives of homeless pets and helping people in need in NE WIWe are a small network of foster-care homes and a small Adoption Center in Neenah, WI. Our adoption center is home to our adoptable kitties, since our adoptable dogs live in foster homes until adoption. We take in abandoned, neglected and abused homeless animals, primarily from other rescues and shelters. OARS cares for these pets until they are adopted, or, if they require lifelong care, we provide them sanctuary. All donations go directly to the pets: to buy the food, supplies, medications and veterinary treatments for the homeless animals in our care. Visit our website for more information on how you can be part
Petfinder ID: 18954041
Pet has been spayed/neutered
Orphan Animal Rescue and Sanctuary Inc. | Neenah, WI
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