Lisa

Lisa (A23049463)

Status : Adoptable
Gender : Female
Date of Birth: 6/21/2012
Weight: 30 lbs
Breed: Terrier mix
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I would like to introduce Lisa, a 30 lb, 5 year old terrier mix, who has had a rough life. She apparently had been living on the streets for quite a while when she was found, Lisa was in an abandoned warehouse about to have puppies anytime. She was brought to her new foster home that evening and at 1:00 am she had 8 puppies. Her back leg appeared to be deformed, but later it was determined that she had previously been hit by a car, and the leg was never treated. Being on 3 legs doesn’t slow her down as she plays and runs with the other dogs. Lisa is a faithful companion, loves kids, is housebroken and is a great watchdog. Lisa is now looking for a loving forever home.

Lisa has been spayed, is micro-chipped, current on all vaccinations, including rabies, tested negative for heartworm, and is on monthly heartworm prevention.

If you are interested in adopting Lisa, or simply finding out more about her, please complete an adoption application. Her adoption fee is $115.00

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I would like to introduce Lisa, a 30 lb, 5 year old terrier mix, who has had a rough life. She apparently had been living on the streets for quite a while when she was found, Lisa was in an abandoned warehouse about to have puppies anytime. She was brought to her new foster home that evening and at 1:00 am she had 8 puppies. Her back leg appeared to be deformed, but later it was determined that she had previously been hit by a car, and the leg was never treated. Being on 3 legs doesn’t slow her down as she plays and runs with the other dogs. Lisa is a faithful companion, loves kids, is housebroken and is a great watchdog. Lisa is now looking for a loving forever home.

Lisa has been spayed, is micro-chipped, current on all vaccinations, including rabies, tested negative for heartworm, and is on monthly heartworm prevention.

If you are interested in adopting Lisa, or simply finding out more about her, please complete an adoption application. Her adoption fee is $115.00

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I would like to introduce Lisa, a 30 lb, 5 year old terrier mix, who has had a rough life. She apparently had been living on the streets for quite a while when she was found, Lisa was in an abandoned warehouse about to have puppies anytime. She was brought to her new foster home that evening and at 1:00 am she had 8 puppies. Her back leg appeared to be deformed, but later it was determined that she had previously been hit by a car, and the leg was never treated. Being on 3 legs doesn’t slow her down as she plays and runs with the other dogs. Lisa is a faithful companion, loves kids, is housebroken and is a great watchdog. Lisa is now looking for a loving forever home.

Lisa has been spayed, is micro-chipped, current on all vaccinations, including rabies, tested negative for heartworm, and is on monthly heartworm prevention.

If you are interested in adopting Lisa, or simply finding out more about her, please complete an adoption application. Her adoption fee is $115.00

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Dog Adoption Application

$165 Adoption Fee for Mix Breed ($215 Adoption Fee for Purebred)

Thank you for considering the adoption of a dog from the Homes for Pets/Schertz Humane Society! Your complete and accurate answers to the following questions will help us to find a dog that best matches your requirements and your lifestyle.

Our adoption fee includes: vet health check, spay/neuter surgery, age-appropriate routine vaccinations, de-worming medication, heartworm testing and microchipping.

In order to be considered as an adopter you must (check all that apply)

Part 1 - Animal Information

What is the name of the dog, or type of dog, you are interested in adopting?

I am adopting this dog for (check all that apply)

 Myself My Family Friend/Relative

Would you be willing to accept and care for an animal with special needs (abused, needs medical attention, behavioral problems, etc.)?

Would you be willing to accept and work to train an animal that has not been housebroken?


Temporary foster homes are always desperately needed by Homes for Pets/Schertz Humane Society. Are you interested in providing a temporary home for an animal in need through our fostering program?

If yes, what type of animal?

May a Homes for Pets/Schertz Humane Society volunteer contact you about our foster program?


Part 2 - Personal Information

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Part 3 - Household Information

Where do you live?

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If renting, please provide the name and phone number of your landlord or property manager. We may need to contact them to confirm they have granted permission for a pet to live on the premises.

Landlord/Property Manager name:

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If you rent, do you know the amount of your pet deposit?

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If you rent, do you know of any restrictions for pets living on the premises?

If yes, describe:

How long have you lived at this address?

Are you (or your Spouse) Active Duty, Military?


List the name, relationship, and age of all people living at your current address:

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Is everyone living at this dwelling aware that a dog is being adopted into the household?

Do you, or does anyone living in your household, have any known allergies to animals?

If yes, to what animals and how severe is the allergy?

Do you travel a great deal?

If so, how will you provide for the animal while you are gone?

Part 4 - Pet Care Information/Pet Experience

Why do you want a dog? (Check all that apply)


How many hours will the dog be left alone without human companionship?

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Where will the dog be kept during the day? (check all that apply)

Where will the dog sleep? (check all that apply)

How will you exercise the dog? (check all that apply)


If you have a fenced yard, what type is it?

Do you have a Doggie Door installed?

Who in the household will be responsible for feeding the dog?

Who in the household will be responsible for housebreaking the dog, if necessary?

How many years of experience does the person responsible for training have at housebreaking or training a dog?

Do you have plans to take the dog for professional training classes:

If yes, would you like training references?

Are you prepared for chewing, digging, scratching, housetraining, and other mischievous behavior?

Briefly describe how you would reprimand the dog:

Describe any events or circumstances that could prevent you from keeping the dog for his/her lifetime:


If you had to move to a place where pets were not allowed, briefly describe how you would handle the situation:


Have you ever experienced behavioral problems with your dog:

If so, please describe:

Have you ever taken an animal to a rescue group, pound or animal shelter?

Under what circumstances?

Have you adopted from the Homes for Pets/Schertz Humane Society before?

If so, when?


Briefly describe your thoughts about keeping a collar with pet identification tags on pets at all times:


Do you have any other animals?

If you do, list them here:

Animal’s Name

Type

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Spayed/Neutered?

Indoor, Outdoor or Both

Declawed?

Vet Name and Phone #


Animal’s Name

Type

Current Age

Spayed/Neutered?

Indoor, Outdoor or Both

Declawed?

Vet Name and Phone #


Animal’s Name

Type

Current Age

Spayed/Neutered?

Indoor, Outdoor or Both

Declawed?

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Animal’s Name

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Spayed/Neutered?

Indoor, Outdoor or Both

Declawed?

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Are your current animals up-to-date one? (check all that apply):


Have you ever had a pet die at an early age?

If yes, please explain:


If the animal you adopted was not working out in your household, briefly describe what you would do:

If you adopted an animal that was not housebroken and after 4 weeks was still not housebroken, briefly describe how you would handle the situation:

Part 5 - Veterinarian Information

If you do not currently have a local veterinarian would you like us to recommend one?

Name of current veterinary clinic:

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Part 6 - Considerations

Have you considered that the financial commitment to a pet could exceed several hundred dollars per year?

Are you aware that pets have physical and emotional needs and suffer from fear, pain, sadness, loneliness, happiness, and joy, just like people do?

Are you aware that most behavioral issues with animals can be corrected through proper training?

Are you aware that the adoption of an animal is a commitment for life of the animal? That could be a 15-18 year commitment.

How long have you been looking for a new dog?

Where did you learn about Homes for Pets/SHS and our animals for adoption?

Do you understand that some Homes for Pets/SHS animals, having been abandoned by their previous owners, may come with “baggage” and may have separation anxiety, may need to re-learn how to live in a home environment and to bond with your family and other pets?

Would you be willing to have an in-home visit by a Homes for Pets/Schertz Humane Society representative?


I hereby affirm that I have answered the above questions truthfully and to the best of my knowledge. I give my permission for Homes for Pets/Schertz Humane Society to contact the landlord, and veterinarian I have provided for references, and I give my permission for the release of any information they deem relevant to the adoption of an animal from the Homes for Pets/Schertz Humane Society.

In the event that I am no longer able to care for this animal, I agree to contact Homes for Pets/SHS in the first instance. However, I understand that Homes for Pets/SHS cannot guarantee immediate placement.

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Dogs require a lot of your time, love and attention. The cost of caring for a dog includes food, vaccinations, testing, boarding, and veterinary care during emergencies. Please consider these requirements when adopting a dog and be sure you are willing to commit to a new family member who may be with you for the next 15-18 years. Thank you for your time!

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