List of Adoptable Animals for Lost Dogs Run

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*****If interested in adopting, please click on the Adoption Application to open it and save it to your computer.
Then open the interactive form on your computer, complete it, and resave it to your computer.
Finally, email the saved completed form as an attachment to lostdogsrun@gmail.com, and an LDR Representative will contact you shortly.
You can also call Ron Stoessell at 985-630-1613 (cell) or email him at ronstoessell@gmail.com.*****


         Animals adopted must have a fenced yard and access to a house in a safe and loving environment.    References and a home visit are needed to approve an adoption.    All adoptions require a pre-adoption week-long visit at the new home to make sure the animal and family are compatible.    Animals adopted 6 months and older are fixed prior to adoption.    All animals adopted are dewormed and up to date on all necessary vaccines.    Dogs are also up-to-date on heartworm preventative.    They may be heartworm positive, if on the slow-kill cure procedure for heartworms using ivermectin, provided we feel confident that the new owners will continue the procedure.    Otherwise, they will have been treated to kill the heartworms with the conventional "arsenic-based" drug imiticide.    A tax-deductable donation of $150 is asked at the time of adoption.

LDR Index Name
Breed
Input Date
Picture
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Description
13 Socks

Shar Pei & Kimmer Cur

Input Date
2015-01-15
Socks (LDR #13) is an adorable young mix of Shar Pei (check out her small ears) and probably Kimmer Cur as judged from the colors of her coat and general size. She was 9 months old at input and weighed 33 pounds. She is now (4/1/16) about two years old and weighs about 35 lbs. Socks has been spayed and is up to date on her vaccines and tested negative for heart worms. Socks was abandoned as a puppy by a family in Robbinsville, North Carolina when they moved from their "double wide" trailer and saved by a neighbor who was her initial foster. She was house-trained and socialized with her foster's 5 dogs and is so sweet and friendly. Socks likes to be both indoors and outdoors and would require a fenced yard for her protection although she doesn't run off when outside. Her second foster had a total of 13 dogs (ranging from 30 lbs to a 100 lbs) and she gots along fine with everyone. She is not cat aggressive. Socks likes to sleep on the bed in the arms of her foster. If you are interested in providing a home for Socks, please contact Ron Stoessell at 985-630-1613 or Cindy Mulkey at 828-557-4263
23 Earl

Brown Heeler (mixed)

Input Date
2016-03-24
Earl is a stubtailed, 5 year old 55 lb Brown Heeler, possibly mixed with Australian Shepherd. He is house trained, uses a doggy door, has wonderful recall and doesn't run off. Earl is fully vetted. He was a Shelter dog, taken in as an owner surrender from the Peachtree area of Cherokee County, NC. He came in needing a dental but already fixed. He had 9 teeth removed and is feeling wonderful now. This is a sweet and lovable dog, a perfect family pet who loves people and children and gets along fine with other dogs.
32 Sugar

Yellow Labrador Retriever mix

Input Date
2017-06-01
Sugar and Ginger are sisters, cute yellow lab mixes, that are double trouble. Sugar is all white and Ginger is a gold tan with a black muzzle. Their birthdates are about 2/15/17 and after being spayed on 8/16/17, they will be fully vetted. These adorable girls need chew toys and want to sleep in the bed. They are fully house-trained and know to use a doggy door. Sugar and Ginger are very personable and very sweet, lovable, and inquisitive. They will make wonderful pets for a family.
33 Ginger

Yellow Labradoe Retriever mix

Input Date
2017-06-01
Sugar and Ginger are sisters, cute yellow lab mixes, that are double trouble. Sugar is all white and Ginger is a gold tan with a black muzzle. Their birthdates are about 2/15/17 and after being spayed on 8/16/17, they will be fully vetted. These adorable girls need chew toys and want to sleep in the bed. They are fully house-trained and know to use a doggy door. Sugar and Ginger are very personable and very sweet, lovable, and inquisitive. They will make wonderful pets for a family.