Saturday, January 26, 2013

Today's Animal in Need

Aristotle is a mature, calm, mellow, and quiet boy.

Aristotle, or Ari as his foster mom calls him, was rescued at the 11th hour from a high kill shelter in Virginia. Ari’s former family was moving and they abandoned him at the shelter. Ari’s foster mom says Aristotle was depressed and withdrawn the first few weeks in her home. Ari kept looking out the window as if he was waiting for his former family to return. Aristotle is an old soul that will be a faithful companion to his forever home. Would you consider bringing Aristotle into your home?

Ari is housebroken and completely trust worthy in the house when left alone. He has an excellent recall, knows the command ‘wait’ and walks well on a leash. Ari loves rawhide bones, dog biscuits, taking leisurely walks, riding in the car, and napping. Ari has no interest in balls or toys and just prefers to hang out with his foster mom and be her little helper. Aristotle is a quiet boy that rarely barks and is a low energy, low maintenance boy. Ari is sensitive to and overwhelmed by a lot of noise and busy activity, so he would prefer a relaxed, slower paced home.

Ari’s foster mom feels Ari would do best as an only dog and in a home without cats or children. As Ari needs some additional socialization to conquer some trust issues, his foster mom feels he would benefit from an organized obedience class and an ACD experienced home.

Ari’s foster mom believes he is around 6 years old. He is HW negative, neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped and on flea/tick and HW preventatives.
If you want a dedicated and loyal companion look no further.

Aristotle is being fostered in Wilmington, DE but transport can be arranged to any of the states in ACDRA’s coverage area.

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To save cattle dogs from shelters & overall bad situations and find them loving, caring forever homes.
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The Australian Cattle Dog Rescue Association rescues ACDs from shelters and other situations to give the dogs a fresh start with a loving family.
Our foster home volunteers welcome the dogs into their homes where they live as members of the family. During the time in foster care, our volunteers determine what kind of forever home will be the right one for each dog. And then we find that home – regardless of how long it takes!
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