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|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-29-00488Starlight (female)|
I am moving and can not take my Dogs with me. I hate having to give her up. She is a great dog that loves children. The neighborhood children are at the house all the time playing with her. She loves to be rubbed and played with. She would be great with a family with children that have a high level of energy like her. She loves the outdoors and is completely house broken.
Tuscaloosa County TTown, AL MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-12-00480Lil Bit (female)|
If you are interested in any of the FFOS pups, the first step is to fill out an application, completely at http://ffosk9rescue.org/adoption-application. Lil Bit has been in our rescue a year now as well as her brother Bill also featured on the website. They both were left in a high kill shelter after they were abandoned by their owners when she moved out of state. Not ever knowing anyone else her entire life left her feeling terrified and alone. They have come a long way since arriving here with us and we feel with the right family she will thrive and become a wonderful part of a family. We prefer her to go to home with a single woman but will do a foster to adopt to a family that has the patience and kindness to help her become more open and social. She is great in the house, crate trained, quiet most of the time. She does have a playful side. (Less)
Furvever Friends of the South K9 rescue
DeKalb County Crossville, AL 35962 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-04-30-00037Tipsy (female)|
Tipsy is about 2 year old, an active little girl under 25 pounds, she is already spayed and has her up to date vaccinations. She can be skittish and a little shy with newcomers and lots of commotion, so maybe an experienced pet owner or family would be best for Tipsy. She has the cutest little curly-q tail and would like to romp in her very own backyard and curl up in the warmth and comfort of her very own home. Come meet Tipsy and she might tip your heart in her favor, available for adoption from Second Chance Shelter in Boaz, AL for $30
Second Chance Shelter
130 County Rd 398
Marshall County Boaz, AL 35957 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Fox Terrier in Alabama|
Fox Terrier Dogs can make good pets in Alabama if they match your IifestyIe. Fox Terriers have been around for centuries and have been bred to produce a number of different types of dogs. Today, Fox Terrier generally refers to either a Smooth or Wire-haired variety, which are virtually identical with the exception of their coats. Fox Terriers are playful, affectionate, scrappy little dogs. Fox Terriers get along well with children and can typically be socialized to interact well with other dogs, although they have been known to pick fights with much larger canines. Fox Terriers may hunt non-canine pets, especially birds. This breed needs plenty of exercise and should be kept on a leash or in a fenced yard because of its tendency to chase and explore. Fox Terriers can live in an apartment if they get enough exercise.
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