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Easily adopt Gus at Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation and be a part of the pet adoption, animal rescue and welfare movement.

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Seahurst, wa
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Gus

For a more detailed description and additional photos/videos of Gus, please visit our website at myaarf.org and click on "Browse Available Animals".

Gus and his brother Teddy were pulled from a rural Louisiana kill shelter.  It was not known at the time that they both had several open wounds and abscesses on their little bodies.  The vet thought they were attacked by either another animal/dog or human.  They had a rough start in life and were extremely scared and timid when they first arrived at their foster home.  They did not eat or drink for a couple of days.  However, after a couple of weeks of gentle encouragement and building trust, they have really come out of their shells.

Gus is a people-pleaser who wants and craves your attention. He walks very well on a leash and will go to the door to let you know he has to go potty. The crate is not his favorite and at times he will plant his feet, but with a little encouragement, he will go in and settle down. Gus only barks if he has to go potty while he is in his kennel, otherwise he is fairly quiet. He is very shy at first, but warms up to you very quickly. When he wags his tail, his whole body joins in with pure joy.  Gus would love a big yard to run around in, regular daily walks or runs and would love to explore and hike the beautiful PNW on the weekends with his new person or family. Gus would do well with an adopter who does not work, works from home or has a flexible schedule that would allow more time with him.  If you shower him with your love and understanding and keep him mentally and physically stimulated he couldn't ask for anything more.  

Gus is being fostered in Lynnwood, WA.

As a purely foster-based rescue, we have no central location where you can visit our dogs.  Therefore,  we only honor meeting requests from pre-approved adopters, with an application on file . Please complete our online adoption application at www.myaarf.org/forms as fully as you can and allow 24-48 hours for a response from our busy volunteer staff. Gus' adoption fee is $450 which includes transportation, vetting (including spay/neuter) and micro-chipping. Completion of obedience training is a requirement for adoption through AARF.

Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation

Seahurst, WA 98062

info@myaarf.org
http://www.myaarf.org


Easily adopt Gus at Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation and be a part of the pet adoption, animal rescue and welfare movement.

Gus

Available

Seahurst, wa

For a more detailed description and additional photos/videos of Gus, please visit our website at myaarf.org and click on "Browse Available Animals".

Gus and his brother Teddy were pulled from a rural Louisiana kill shelter.  It was not known at the time that they both had several open wounds and abscesses on their little bodies.  The vet thought they were attacked by either another animal/dog or human.  They had a rough start in life and were extremely scared and timid when they first arrived at their foster home.  They did not eat or drink for a couple of days.  However, after a couple of weeks of gentle encouragement and building trust, they have really come out of their shells.

Gus is a people-pleaser who wants and craves your attention. He walks very well on a leash and will go to the door to let you know he has to go potty. The crate is not his favorite and at times he will plant his feet, but with a little encouragement, he will go in and settle down. Gus only barks if he has to go potty while he is in his kennel, otherwise he is fairly quiet. He is very shy at first, but warms up to you very quickly. When he wags his tail, his whole body joins in with pure joy.  Gus would love a big yard to run around in, regular daily walks or runs and would love to explore and hike the beautiful PNW on the weekends with his new person or family. Gus would do well with an adopter who does not work, works from home or has a flexible schedule that would allow more time with him.  If you shower him with your love and understanding and keep him mentally and physically stimulated he couldn't ask for anything more.  

Gus is being fostered in Lynnwood, WA.

As a purely foster-based rescue, we have no central location where you can visit our dogs.  Therefore,  we only honor meeting requests from pre-approved adopters, with an application on file . Please complete our online adoption application at www.myaarf.org/forms as fully as you can and allow 24-48 hours for a response from our busy volunteer staff. Gus' adoption fee is $450 which includes transportation, vetting (including spay/neuter) and micro-chipping. Completion of obedience training is a requirement for adoption through AARF.

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Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation

Seahurst wa Seahurst WA 98062
info@myaarf.org
http://www.myaarf.org