We would like to introduce you to Razzie. She’s a five year old beauty. Razzie does okay with other dogs but would do best with being the only dog. We would be happy to adopt her to a family who’s got children aged 7 and above. She is so sweet and loves those belly rubs. Because she loves her people so much, she would do best with a family who’s home most of the day. When we took Razzie into rescue, she had been living in the backyard. However, since then she’s definitely become a house dog and is very close to being potty trained. Her Foster Mom tells us that she’s never had such a easy dog to bathe. Razzie sleeps in her kennel-crate in her foster parents bedroom. She loves to play with toys and also play fetch. She’s doing well with her leash training. One last thing…when it’s time to go bye-bye, she’ll be first to say “I’m ready.”
Razzie is microchipped, current on her vaccinations and spayed.
So, if Razzie sounds like a Golden Girl that you’d like to meet, please go to our Website and fill out an adoption application or email us at email@example.com so we may contact you to see if she’ll be a good fit.
CURRENTLY FFGRR DOES NOT HAVE ANY AVAILABLE GOLDENS BUT PLEASE CONSIDER THE DOGS IN OUR COURTESY LISTINGS.
Ariel is a 7 year old healthy female Dobie/Rottie/Greyhound mix who doesn’t know that she’s 7. Her energy and zest for life are of a much younger dog.
She is a beautiful, lean, active, sweet, funny, happy girl who LOVES people, including children. She lives with 2 cats, one her buddy and one she pretty much ignores.
Her eyes, facial expression and body language are quite clear in communicating her needs or desires.
Favorite activities include running with friends, canine and human, trotting alongside your bicycle, playing “catch” with a ball, brisk walks and snoozing by your side. She is spayed, microchipped, housebroken & crate trained.
I am moving & cannot take her.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 805-320-0706 if you’re interested.
The dogs in our Courtesy Listings are NOT FFGRR dogs. They are shown on our website as a courtesy to other rescue groups and individuals who have dogs that are looking for a new home. FFGRR has not evaluated, met, or in any other way interacted with these dogs. To learn more about these dogs, please use the contact info listed for each dog.