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Mouse, Female
1 year(s), 30lbs
Mouse
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The adoption donation is US$399 (inclusive of one complimentary group training session valued at $90).   All doggies are spayed & neutered, up to date with their vaccinations, microchip and dewormed.
If you are interested in giving Mouse a forever home,
1. Please click 'APPLY' button and fill out an application.
2. Once your application is approved, please send us the 'Agreement'.

Mouse is a sweet and gentle girl!  She is good with people, loves her humans, gentle with children, and good with dogs of all sizes.  Mouse is even tested good with cats.  Mouse has been through a rough life.  She can be a little shy at first.  It’s amazing how forgiving she is as she truly still trusts and loves humans.  Mouse is doing very well in her foster home and ready for her forever home.  Mouse started some leash training and is learning at a good pace.  She is crate-trained and doing well on her housetraining.  Mouse rides well in the car and can wait patiently while her foster mom runs errands.  Mouse is a good girl and will make a lovely family dog.

 

Mouse’s Rescue Story
 
Poor Mouse was found abandoned in a remote mountain.  She was all alone starving and in poor condition.  One of her leg was caught by an inhumane gin trap.  The bones of her leg were sticking out and severely bleeding.  A kind volunteer was in the area.  She spotted her and stopped her car.  Mouse got spooked and went into the bushes.  She left some food and was determined to find her.  After several days, the kind volunteer saw Mouse again.  This time, she got off her car slowly and lure her close to her with some canned food.  Luckily, she was able to slip a leash over her head while she was eating.  After Mouse was captured, she was so relieved and happy.  She rushed her to the vet for emergency.  Mouse underwent surgery immediately to save her leg.  She is such a strong girl and in such good spirit after the surgery.  After a month of care and proper treatment, Mouse was able to save her leg. 
 
Mouse is doing very well in her foster home.  Her foster mom is the founder of an experienced rescue organization.  She promised to find Mouse a loving home where she will be treated with love.  Mouse started leash training and is socialized with big and small dogs.
 
Mouse has been spayed, vaccinated, microchip, and passed negative on her blood tests.
Please give Mouse a forever home where she will never be left behind.

 

Notes:

 

Energy level:
Ideal home environment:
Is the dog good with strangers?
The dog is best with children of what age group?
Is the dog good with other dogs?
Small dogs
Big dogs
Is the dog good with cats?
Good on leash?
House-trained?
Crate-trained?
How is the dog with men?
Food aggression with people?
Food aggression with dogs?
Has the dog ever bitten anyone?
Were the dog’s puppies, siblings, canine mother, canine father rescued?
Notes:
Vaccination History
1 vaccination date:
2020-03-01
2 vaccination date:
2020-02-01
3 vaccination date:
Rabies vaccination date: 2020-03-01
Idexx 4-1 Kit Test Result:
Date:
Heartworm Result:
Date:
Treatment Date: If positive.
Giardia Test Result:
How long has it been on medication if tested
positive for Giardia?
Deworming Date: 2020-03-01
Heartworm Preventative: 2020-03-01
Frontline Date: 2020-03-01
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Please watch Mouse videos below: The videos will give you a good idea of the dog’s temperament: (However, some dogs react differently with different owners. The videos show how Mouse is now in foster home).