TRAMP'S RESCUE has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in richmond, VA.
By early evening, they were put back into their crates and loaded into a van bound for the Richmond SPCA, where they will eventually be placed for adoption. They were to be joined by two more groups of dogs arriving on later flights.
L.T. came to Cary Street Vet from Richmond Animal Care and Control in June of 2015. He was named Big Tom at RACC, but since there's only one "Big Tom" at CSVH we had to change his name. L.T. is basically a dog in a cat suit. He's learning to walk on leash, he's learned to target for treats, and he is incredibly food motivated. The staff at CSVH have even had trouble with him escaping to the kennel to hang out with the dogs at every opportunity. L.T. would like a home where he can be in the middle of the action. Due to his high activity level he may not do well in a small apartment unless he has an owner willing to dedicate time to training and playing. L.T. is two years old, neutered and up to date on vaccines. If you think you may be able to offer L.T. the loving forever home he deserves please speak to any of the CSVH staff for more info on adoption.
Richmond SPCA: Dogs Awaiting Adoption - Richmond SPCA
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Richmond Animal Care & Control conducts pet adoptions and provides humane care for stray, injured, lost, found, abused and relinquished pets. All cats and dogs available for adoption are vaccinated, spayed and neutered.We do not have a shelter facility. All of our dogs are housed in private foster homes and cared for by our foster parents. They live as a member of the family and are taught basic obedience and manners. Most of our foster parents are near the Richmond area but we do have foster parents in other parts of VA as well. If there isn't a foster home available, we cannot help anymore dogs. Because of this, we are always in need of more foster homes. If you are willing to open up your home to a boxer in need, please email for a foster application. Foster homes are provided with a crate, all approved veterinary care and we can help out with food costs if needed. You just provide a loving home until your boxer is adopted! We are starting a new policy that no foster parent can adopt for 90 days after they begin volunteering. This policy is being put in place since we lose so many foster parents after they adopt their first foster dog. It is also in the best interest of the foster parent as it allows them to live with different personalities and temperaments so they can pick the best fit for their home rather than making an emotional choice to adopt their first foster dog.Richmond Boxer Rescue is a very small organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating boxers. We pride ourselves on taking the dogs that no one else will take.....the senior boxers, boxers with heartworms, boxers with demodex or other health issues. We will help any dog in need, though, so there are often young, healthy dogs available as well. We do not have a shelter facility so we can only house as many dogs as we have foster homes for. If you are interested in adopting and we don't have a dog in foster care that would fit your family's lifestyle, please contact us. We would be happy to put you on a waiting list for a boxer.Our adoption fee for adult dogs covers microchipping, vaccinations, heartworm test, flea/tick treatment, and any existing medical issues the dog needed treatment for. For puppies under 6 months an additional $50 is charged which covers a spay/neuter deposit. This will be paid toward the vet of your choosing for the procedure or will be paid to Prevent a Litter if you are located in Richmond, VA. We cover the puppy shots up until adoption.