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KITTENS SF Bay Area
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DOGS Southern California
Shy versus Fearful
High Energy Dogs
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TRAINING San Diego
Jaye SD Trainer
American K9 Trainer, San Diego Area
Online Brandon McMillan
Please Read this Article:
Adopting a Rescue Dog
DO NOT USE A PHONE
TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION
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Which dog do you want to adopt? Will you consider another one?
Current Address: PO Box Not Acceptable
Phone number DO NOT USE YOUR WORK NUMBER
2nd Phone Number
Email address of applicant
Email address of second adult
Do you rent, own, or something else? Describe please.
How long have you lived at this address?
Less than three years
More than three years
PEOPLE IN YOUR HOME
Names and phone numbers of adults in home.
Do ALL adults and children agree to possibly adopting this particular dog?
CHILDREN in YOUR HOME: how many children and their ages?
How will this dog fit into your activities? Do you like to hike, run, swim... or maybe you're more of a homebody. The more information the better.
ALL ABOUT THE DOG :)
Do you want a male or female?
Size preference? Indicate by weight please.
SOCIALIZING A RESCUE PUPPY OR ADULT is not about dog parks. What is it, how will you provide it? If you do not know the ins and outs of socializing, please do your research.
TEMPERAMENT: Describe your ideal canine buddy. What would the dog be like? Outgoing, active, couch potato, long coat, hypo-allergenic, ideal weight, etc.
PAST AND CURRENT PETS: don't skimp; this section is important.
LIST PAST PETS: name, species, breed, and where are they now?
LIST CURRENT PETS: name, species, breed, age.
CONGRATULATIONS IF YOU ALREADY HAVE 1 OR MORE DOGS! Why do you want another one?
LET US HELP YOU FIND THE RIGHT MATCH.
HONESTLY ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.
Are you a student, part-time, or full-time worker? How long will the dog be left alone during the day/evening? Where specifically do you want the dog to stay at these times? (free-roaming, crate, back yard, etc.)
YARD OR PATIO: describe fenced, unfenced, material used, height of wall or fence.
"It’s important in the first [2 or 3 weeks] after adopting to take things slowly and form a bond with your new dog. As much as you are learning about the dog, they are also learning what to expect from you. Avoid stressful interactions as much as possible during this time – including dog parks, large gatherings, and busy locations. It can be helpful to keep an open mind and approach each situation with patience, as animals often need time to adjust and settle in while learning more about the habits of you and your family. Let your dog take the lead in initiating contact and avoid hugging and kissing your dog until you’ve come to know each other better. In addition, there may be some house-training accidents from time to time, which is completely normal." After reading the above paragraph, tell us how you will work with a timid or unsure dog the first two weeks in your home.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR MAIL ON A REGULAR BASIS; AND CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER
Thank you for your interest in Karmic Rescue and our pets.
We are a small but MIGHTY team and doing the best that we can to keep up with the volume of inquiries for our pets. Please allow up to 7 days for us to respond. We review and process applications daily and will do our best to inform you as quickly as possible, if you are a match for one of our pets and schedule a date and time for an in person meeting.
READ THIS ARTICLE AND BE PREPARED:
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION PLEASE
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