Meet adoptable deaf Catahoula puppy Kelly who is looking for a loving home with someone who will cherish her and always keep her safe.

 

Meet Kelly! Kelly is a super loving 27 lb and growing Australian Shepherd -Hound mix puppy born in January 2019 who loves to cuddle. Kelly was born mostly blind and deaf but she uses her nose and instincts to navigate. She is smart, playful and ready to explore the world that so welcomed her. Kelly is good with dogs and cats and just loves to play. She is learning to be in crate but not at fan but she is a fan of and great at counter surfing- she and her foster mom are working with professional trainer & Kelly is becoming more confident and well behaved every day. Kelly just loves the dog park where she can  run free and smell everything. She is a sweet loving gal who needs a home with lots of TLC, patience and understanding where she will thrive.

Kelly’s adoption fee is $300.  A refundable training deposit of $100 will be also due upon adoption. Training must be provided in a timely fashion to ensure our pups become the best canine citizens. The training deposit will be refundable within 3 months of the adoption date for pups 4 months and older. For pups younger than 4 months, proof of training is required within 4 months of the adoption date.

All Second Chance Dog Rescue dogs are spayed/neutered, are up to date on vaccines and have microchips prior to adoption.   Adoption fees vary depending on age of dog. Fees help Second Chance Dog Rescue cover spay/neuter costs,  vaccinations, medical treatments, food and supplies. Please go to  www.secondchancedogrescue.org  and complete an application today!    All dogs live in private foster homes until they are adopted. 

 

She likes to sleep with a person at night. In her former foster home Kelly learned to navigate the stairs, and picked up on the family schedule and would move from bed to bed as people got up and started their day. She can get into trouble if left unattended in the home — she will counter surf, knock things over, find herself “stuck” on a table, dig through trash etc. She would do great with an active family that can give her lots of attention and exercise, a home with a secure yard and a confident medium-large sized dog(s) that can help show her the ropes and would be tolerant of her puppy energy.