Terrier / Mixed (short coat)
Medium Young Male
Available for AdoptionPet ID # D170003
Organization Contact Info:Dogs 2nd ChanceMunford, TN firstname.lastname@example.org://dogs2ndchance.orgTo adopt click theNo Obligation Adoption Form
such a sweet, sweet boy Ashton is a sweet boy who was found with his possible sister at a known dumping site in Memphis. The rescue has helped transform many starved and emaciated dogs, but Ashton was a special baby. His transformation has been amazing to experience. We believe he was tied out with a cable causing a deep cut all the way around his neck. He couldn’t bark or hold food down. For months he was fed a special liquid diet, standing up and was on several medications. Now, Ashton is eating regular dry dog food, his bark has returned and he only takes an occasional antacid.
One of the best parts of Ashton’s personality is he’s very affectionate and well behaved in public. He loves to play with humans and other dogs. Ashton could easily be your toddler’s babysitter, although never recommend leaving any dog alone with young ones.
Even though Ashton had a very rough start in life, he has never met a stranger. He is full of love and wants to share that love with everyone he meets. If you want a devoted, fun, loving medium size companion , Ashton is your guy! Ashton would like a canine brother or sister to complete his new family.
Thank you for considering adopting a new family member. Most of our adoptable dogs live inside foster homes. Fostering teaches house manners, helps to potty/crate train and accustoms the dogs become familiar with the sights, sounds of living in a home environment.
* Memphis area adoption fee is $200 .
** Out of State adoption fee is $425 and includes a $150.00 the non refundable transportation fee paid to an approved animal transportation company.
Several states require the dog to be quarantined 48 hours before pickup. The adopter pays the quarantine fee at time of pick up. Unless otherwise indicated
Your Adoption Fee Includes
All Necessary Vaccinations
Spay or Neuter
Adopter’s first Month’s Heartworm
Adopter’s first Month’s Flea and Tick Prevention
Five Days of Food for Transition from Foster to Your Home
Known Medical Issues are addressed before Adoption; Any Other Issues are Always Disclosed**
Health Certificate that states Dog Does Not Have a Contagious Disease or Internal Parasites
To adopt click the No Obligation Adoption Form