Please contact Cheryl (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
Meet tiny mister Riley. A loving little imp of a Wire Fox boy with one ear UP and one ear DOWN. He loves to have his tummy rubbed and rubbed and the backs of his ears massaged. And he likes to give affection in return with nuzzles and kisses.
Riley weighed 10 pounds when his owner surrendered him to American Fox Terrier Rescue. Unfortunately, this little boy was not well cared for. Since being in his foster home, he has gained 5 pounds and loves his consistent feeding of yummy dog food.
Riley is 3 years old. He is neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped. He is well mannered, crate trained and house trained - he barks once to go outside. He is not quite sure what to think about toys at the moment, but given time he will be raiding that toy basket.
Riley's small stature makes everyone want to just pick him up and hold him. He loves to cuddle and is very comfortable just hanging out in your lap. He is a warm and friendly little fellow, but he draws the friendship line at cats. Little mighty mouse does not like the feline friends. This baby boy is being fostered in Joplin, Missouri.
To adopt Riley, please contact: email@example.com
Download an adoption application: Word PDF Text American Fox Terrier Rescue is all volunteer and funded by charitable contributions. Only with your contributions can we continue to help homeless fox terriers. Your donations will help cover major medical expense and, on occasion, transport or boarding. Donations to American Fox Terrier Rescue are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
You can mail a check made out to 'AFTR' or 'American Fox Terrier Rescue' to: American Fox Terrier Rescue c/o Lee Eckholm AFTR Treasurer 430 East Grant Street Appleton, WI 54911 Thank you! All dogs represented by American Fox Terrier Rescue are spayed or neutered prior to placement, unless there are valid health reasons preventing the procedure (i.e., puppies under six months of age). For those adopting a dog that is not neutered or spayed due to these health reasons, an American Fox Terrier Rescue volunteer will work closely with you, checking with you and your vet to ensure the procedure is done on a timely basis. For more information about our organization and our rescue and adoption program, please visit the American Fox Terrier Rescue website.