|Status:||Available for Adoption|
Hey All! My name is O'Malley - but all my friends call me "O". I want nothing more than a family to call my own. I'm an energetic guy that loves my fosterhome, but they keep telling me there are bigger & better things out there for me. The dogs here let me do pretty much whatever I want since they're used to my "puppy antics" so I need canine friends who can deal with that or correct me appropriately. I'm only about 2 1/2 years old. I'm the kinda guy who needs to be free roaming to go potty so a fenced yard would be in everyone's best interest. At about 45lbs, they tell me I'm done growing now so other than filling out a bit I'm "in the zone". I don't mind the crate, but wouldn't want to be in it for an extended stay. My fostermommy says I have to be in there when she's not home since I still like to chew (who doesn't?!) Do you love to run? I do! And I'm fast! But when I'm tired I love to snuggle up on the couch once I get all my ya-yas out. Are you my forever home?
For consideration to make O'Malley a part of your family, please visit our site (endingthesadness.org) for an application.
O has limited leash work and will need training to be the perfect family pet. He will need consistency and someone present more often than not to help groom him to be social, have manners, and know the boundaries. If you have the time and the patience to devote to raising training a puppy, please feel free to fill out an application on our site for consideration (www.endingthesadness.org). We can adopt to those who live out of state, but we limit the drive time to a 2 hr radius only. Our adoption fee is $325 and all of our pets come with full vet records. All animals are up to date on vaccinations & dewormed. Please keep in mind we are a Rescue Group and most of our pups come to us with little or no background info regarding breed, eventual size, age or prior health issues. We rely on the expertise of our veterinarians and make estimates based on past experience. Also, when you're adopting from a Rescue, you should ask questions! You should always get shot/medication records and the rescue should have had the dog for a bit of time to check for disease. Take the time to educate yourself before adopting. A reputable rescue will have nothing to hide and will answer ALL your questions!!! Please visit our Web Site to see all of the pets we have for adoption. Our site contains information about our adoption process and fees, our application, and answers to frequently asked questions. Please read it carefully before contacting us. If you are interested in adopting THIS wonderful pet, we strongly encourage you to complete our adoption application now. Once we receive and approve your application, we will notify you of approval. The first application to be received and approved will get 1st choice - be sure that your references are available and willing to speak with us. Thank You Visit us at one of our next adoption days. Details are on our site under the How to Adopt tab. Hope to see you there!