CANINE CRUSADERS OF ATLANTA
GAMBLER- READY FOR HIS FOREVER HOME!
Gambler is a male boxer/hound mix, 1 1/2 years old. He currently weighs 60 lbs and is full grown. Gambler is crate-trained, house-trained and knows basic commands. He's an over sized puppy with a lot of energy and therefore must have a fenced yard and preferably another dog his size for him to play with. He's can be rambunctious for small kids and he's not been exposed to small children much. Their sudden movements might scare him so a home with kids 12 and older is best. Gambler is very food motivated and an extremely fast learner. An experienced dog owner is a must for him. Gambler is also up to date on his shots, neutered and got a clean bill of health from the vet.
If you can give Gambler a permanent home, email email@example.com.
Who We Are
Canine Crusaders of Atlanta is a non-profit, no-kill rescue organization. We rescue dogs who've been discarded, abandoned, neglected and abused and match them with their forever home. We also assist others in finding homes for their dogs who are unable to keep them and try our best to keep them from being turned in to the shelter. Our focus is to find responsible and loving homes for every dog that enters our program. We have a lifelong obligation to each dog that comes to us and we do our absolute best to make the best possible placement, matching each dog with the right home.
Adopting a pet
We only adopt in the metro Atlanta, Ga area and do not adopt out of state. We conduct home visits prior to each adoption, which we find is a crucial part of the adoption process. Once an application has been submitted and is approved for a dog, a home visit is done. All dogs go out for a 2 week trial period. If the trial period is successful and all parties agree this is the right home for the dog, then the adoption will occur. Adoption fees are $250 which includes spay or neuter, all vaccines, heartworm test, de-worming and microchip. All homes with children must have a fenced yard.
Donations are always needed to help offset our expenses, which include vet bills and as well as boarding bills. Some dogs live at boarding kennels or vet offices until a foster home is found. Additional expenses include supplies such as crates, collars, dog food, as well as flea and heartworm prevention.
Foster homes is one of our biggest needs in rescue. Without a home to stay in, these dogs either get turned away or have to go to boarding. Foster homes provide a safe a loving home as well as food and we provide all vet care, as well as monthly flea and heartworm prevention.
We are always in need of dedicated volunteers who can help out with our adoption events on the weekends. Contact us for more info.
Surrendering a Pet
Please email us if you need to surrender your dog. We may be full at the time but we CAN help you find a home for your dog by posting them on our website, allowing them to come to our pet adoptions and helping screen applications as well as do home visit prior to adoption. If you want to give up a pet dog to behavior problems, please reconsider giving up your dog. Behavior issues can usually be resolved with training, time and patience and we can refer you to trainers to help you resolve those issues.
Canine Crusaders of Atlanta
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