Please contact Monica R Larner (email@example.com), (989) 330-5147 for more information about this pet.
3-4-2010 We were contacted on Monday about an ACD x BC female pup that was returned to the shelter 6 weeks after adoption. Her paperwork says she is 6 months old, good with kids and good with cats. We also tested her today on cats and other dogs, which she did well with. The paperwork says she was returned due to not being house broke, and from what I can see she doesn't know what a crate is. She tries to put her foot outside through the wire spacing, and throws a bit of a fit. I believe once she gets on a routine, and learns about crate training, the house training problem will be solved. Both her breeds are super smart !
Stormie is taller than the other ACD's her age. Along with the black body spots, and the shape of her head we are guessing that she also has Border Collie in her. We normally would not take in a mix when there are others waiting, but this girl is being given a second chance.
Our adoption fee covers the spay / neutering, heart worm testing, rabies, distemper combo, microchipping and any other medical that a dog may need. Please consider a rescue that comes to you with all of the routine medical done. Need to find the application? Please visit our new website at AuCaDo Australian Cattle Dog Rescue MichiganContact Monica at (989) 330-5147, Director of AuCaDo Rescue, for questions about adoption process. If you are looking for a certain rescue, let me know, as we always have rescues waiting to come here.
PLEASE NOTE: AuCaDo Rescue is not a public shelter. This dog is being fostered in a private home until adoption. Prospective adopters who have submitted an accepted application and completed a telephone interview are welcome to schedule an appointment to travel to meet the dog. If approved for adoption, a deposit will hold the dog until a meeting or transport is arranged. AuCaDo Rescue does welcome out of state adoptions. We require an approved application, phone interview, photos and willingness to help with transport. AuCaDo Rescue is now located in Michigan and Ohio.