HalifaxToday, in partnership with the Dartmouth SPCA, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
The SPCA is seeking specialized adoption homes that meet strict criteria. These criteria will ensure the dogs best chance of success at long term rehabilitation.
***We are anticipating a positive response to this plea for help so are asking that all inquiries are directed through the online adoption form and that only those that meet the criteria listed complete the application. ***
Preference will be given to forever homes and those homes able to best meet the needs of these dogs.
Babe is looking for a forever home. Ideally, her perfect place will have adults only in the home. The family should be dog savvy, with previous experience owning their own dog(s).
There must be a fenced in yard as Babe is used to coming and going from an indoor/outdoor setting. A fenced in yard will ensure she is safe and sticking close to home until you are able to bond and create reliable recall. When she gets to know you, she will make a wonderful addition to your home.
If you are interested in adopting, please understand that adopting Babe could be a slower process, requiring multiple meet and greets to assist in long term success. Babe will need to work on some house training, also needs to work with walking on leash.
Babe comes from a home with multiple dogs, but has had no interactions with dogs outside of their previous home. We ask that potential homes have no small animals (cats or small dogs). If there is a dog, we ask that it is a confident adult that is well socialized with others. Our hope is that a dog like this will teach your new dog proper social skills and that their new life isn't so overwhelming.
Babe is available for adoption from the Dartmouth SPCA branch. Please specify this location when filling out your online adoption application.? https://www.novascotiaspca.ca/dog-adoption-application/
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