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Tank - JRT mix HW + and looking for foster
Tank – HW+, 2 yrs, Male, 2 yrs JRT mix. True to the JRT size he is sweet and good with people. He has been treated for HW and is on the mend. He is a cute little guy that rides well in cars and has a lot of spunk. He would be best in a home with older kids only and with a family that will go slow and spend time getting to know him. He would be great in a condo or home with a yard. He is a cool little dud that deserves a home of his own.
Louisiana shelters are bursting with dogs needing a second chance at life. ATTR wanted to do a small part in helping the devastating situation. We sent down some supplies and worked with some other rescues to transport rescues to safety with us and other organizations. We have 7 dogs and a mom with 5 puppies from Louisiana that a myriad of health issues. Almost all have skin issues and hair loss due to stress and infection. None are contagious. We have 5 dogs that are Heartworm + needing treatment and we have a young adult with Parvo. Bayou, the one with Parvo was immediately taken to a vet hospital where he is still being cared for 24 hours. We also have coccidia, worms, neuters/spays and vaccines to pay for on these 13 rescues. There is a possibility of ATTR getting one more mom and litter that were not yet released from the shelter at the time of transport. We are still waiting on word of their arrival time. We are asking for $6000 to help with all the medical cost and food for these poor souls. We are also looking foster homes for all these dogs needing heartworm treatment. If we get all of the donations needed we will be able to go back to help more in need.
Alsip To The Rescue (ATTR) strives as a rescue to make sure that when our adopters take home their new rescue they feel they have the support and access to all resources which ATTR can provide. If you want to learn how you can set your new rescue up to succeed and blend in with your family come we will give you tips on what to do when you first bring home a new rescue. Fill out an application or come in to our adoption centers to meet our rescues. www.alsiptotherescue.org!
Located: Frankfort, IL adoption center
Status: Ready for forever or foster home
Breed: JRT mix
Breed Size: Small sized
Coat Type: Moderate Shedding
Exercise Needs: Active