JEB! What a sweetie! About 3 years old. He was found as a 'stray' in Kerman, CA. Kalyn told me about him and showed me some shelter photos, and he's already scheduled to be neutered. There are 5 shelter photos included in his album, but he is now chilling at the beautiful home you see him in with a couple of other dogs and a cat. And he is fine with cats and great with dogs! Poor guy just needed to get somewhere where he'd be treated kindly. And he fell in it! He looks so happy!. Jeb had badly flea bitten skin and a hot spot, but he got a bath first thing when he he got to Kalyn's. She spruced him up and took a bunch of photos while he rubbed himself dry on her lawn, and on her other dogs! This is what Kalyn has to say about him: 'He walks well on a leash, seems to be fine with cats, loves to play with other dogs, and is right at my heel everywhere I walk without being intrusive. He only barks when he is locked up alone. Overall I really like this guy and think he should be an easy fit with someone.' And he will be, but, he's going to the right home, forever. There has been a flood of applications. I don't think a country life is too much to ask for a dog like Jeb. And if it is too much to ask, he will stay in rescue until he gets it. A dog should have a better act than they do in rescue! I find myself typing this over and over again, for Jeb. So many have applied! I have to state this so I don't waste your time. But, you do have to read it... Jeb is not going to Los Angeles or San Francisco. Not to someone without a fenced yard. He's not going to an apartment. He's not going to active duty military home. Not going to a 22 year old with 3 roommates. Capisce? These are some of the examples of the adopters I have turned down. I know, it sounds completely unreasonable of me. But it's my job to make sure Jeb is happy for the rest of his life. I'm being sensible. I'm looking for a calm neighborhood, and an active owner, who can walk a dog every day. Not 'a few times a week', every day! Twice a day even better. Active! Oh yea, there is an application. I know, another big surprise. Photos updated at: https://www.facebook.com/cchdrescue.org/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2632448456971217 Adoption fee includes sterilization surgery, vaccinations, flea & tick abatement, worming, transportation to us, microchipping + chip registration. Also covers care for all the dogs while in rescue. To download an application to meet Jeb: http://cchdrescue.org/adoptionprocess.html or email: [email protected] Central Coast Herding Dog Rescue, is a Rescue Alliance partner, a federally recognized 501(c)3 non profit organization, dedicated to finding great dogs, great homes. County of San Luis Obispo Animal Service Operating Permit #C2649. Thank you for reading about Jeb, and thanks for considering rescue!
San Luis Obispo County Paso Robles, California 93446