Please contact Erin (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
'Hi, I'm Miss Chips, beloved companion of a recently deceased rescue helper in Texas. I'm located in the DFW area and would like my new home to be close to there to avoid climate and altitude changes (and my favorite groomer lives there). These old bones, you know...'
Chips is in great shape for a lady over 13 years old. Her owner doted on her and made certain she was well socialized to people and currently vetted at all times. Chips went many public places that allowed dogs, like Home Depot; and she quite enjoyed her happy life. She has been spayed a number of years.
Unfortunately she is not happy with pet companions and needs a single pet home. She is doggie door trained and somewhat slowed by age. Otherwise, she is in excellent health, but for some joint stiffening. There is nothing she likes more than a lap or big chair to share. She is a lovely, quiet dog, very peaceful, used to being alone during workdays. Her donation will be sent to the dog park effort underway for the Mid Cities, Grand Prairie area, a longtime dream to which Chip's owner devoted much effort. The park is now coming to fruition.
To inquire about adopting Miss Chips, please contact Erin Orr at 806-793-3873 or email@example.com.
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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
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.