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Beautiful Max, started life on a huge property with a very important job. Sadly 3 years in he didn’t really complete his traineeship and he was made redundant.
We all hate that word… well Max wasn’t really phased by his change of lifestyle. He is a city slicker now and pretty proud of it. He has moved ahead with leaps and bound, discovering couches and daycare, making dog friends (big or small) where ever he goes.
Of course every human he meets loves him too. But his new forever human will need to continue his intensive training regime.
Max doesn’t see fences as a problem, his drive is high and he is only just learning house cats are not barn cats and that chases is not a game they like much. Max is also a very lean boy with a sensitive stomach so requires a nutritional diet.
What does this mean for his prospective adoptive family?
Obviously high secure fences, desensitisation to cats, continuation of bed, crate or place training. Lots of work on his recall so the human is more important than the object of fascination. Willingness to find the right food combination to assist him to maintain the correct weight.
In return… you will get to how the most adorable happy dog who only wants to hang with his humans and learn new tasks.
Apply only if you can give Max all he needs
**PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE SENDING AN ENQUIRY OR CALLING US!**
OUR ADOPTION PROCESS
1.) You see a dog you like.
2) Please email and ask for the adoption form email@example.com 3.) Be sure to include any questions you may have on our adoption form. This form does not obligate you to adopt, it simply gives us an idea of your situation and needs.
5.) If you are successfully shortlisted, one of our volunteers will contact you to organise a time for you to meet the dog in question.
6.) A yard check will need to be conducted at your home.
7.) Should all go to plan, you will be welcomed to start your 2 week trial period immediately.
8.) The adoption fee will be required to be paid at the beginning of the trial period.
9.) During the 2 week trial period, we encourage you to follow all our instructions to ensure the dog settles into your family structure
10.) If during the trail period you should need any assistance or you decide that this dog is not for you, you are encouraged to contact our state adoptions coordinator ASAP. (The more notice the better, to ensure we have a foster carer available.)
Please note if the decision is made for you to return the dog your payment will be refunded to you in full, within 5 business days of the return of the dog.
**PLEASE NOTE: WE ASK THAT YOU PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT US BEFORE FILLING IN OUR ONLINE ADOPTION FORM**. Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to request an adoption form.
We only consider applicants that have completed our adoption application form. The fastest way to have your questions answered is to include it in the application form. This will speed up your application with us, and help us communicate with you faster.
We are a volunteer run organisation, who have their own jobs during the day, we don't have someone manning our phones 24/7, therefore cannot respond to all inquiries immediately.
Please be patient with us, as the unpredictable nature of rescue may prevent us from clearing all enquiries regularly.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.