Will Annie be in your Tomorrow?

Annie is 8 months old, and only 20 lbs. She is not going to be a big dog, maybe max 35 lbs. She is very sweet and shy. She is good with other dogs and seems okay with the resident cat in her foster home.

Annie was abandoned with her brother Luke, so she needs to build up some confidence and know she is not going to be left again. Perfect home would be with a calm male dog, a fenced yard, and owners who will give Annie time to blossom.

Annie has been checked by a vet, heartworm tested, vaccinated, spayed, dewormed, and treated for any fleas. Her adoption fee of $390 includes a health record to go home with her.

To meet Anne, please send in the Adoption Inquiry form on the left side of our website at www.allbreedcaninerescue.petfinder.com.

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  1. why are you pushing animal sales at CHRISTMAS !!!

  2. Pam Duguay

    Dale adoption though All Breed takes many steps and we are very though in our process to make sure that the dog or cat goes to the best home suited to them and not the first person who expresses interest.

  3. The St. Thomas Blog

    Should dogs not be adopted because of the time of year?

  4. Pam Duguay

    The concern at this time of year is that people will get them as Christmas gift and not well thought out gifts. In a month or two rescue will see in rise in the number of people wanting to surrender pets because they are unwanted Christmas gifts. Pets are a lifetime commitment not a gift and not everyone remembers this.

  5. We adopted her!!! she wasn’t a present. Just so happened she was exactly what we were looking for in a new companion :) and she’s still a perfect fit!