|Indiana Irish Wolfhound Rescue
|Irish Wolfhound Rescue Groups||Volunteer||New Location ▼||Change Breed ▼|
|Find a Home for an Animal ▼||Memorials||Rescue Alerts ▼|
|Donate to Irish Wolfhound Rescue as a gift or memorial, and we will mail a free acknowledgement card within 24 hours.|
423 Irish Wolfhound Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
|Indiana Irish Wolfhound Dogs for Adoption|
|Page 1||Options: Reset|
|Animal ID: boomerboomer (male)|
Name: Boomer Breed: Irish wolfhound Age: 10 months Weight: Est. 60-80 lbs Temperament: good with older kids, good with dogs. Very energetic Training: she was a stray so we can't say she is housebroken but she doesn't use the bathroom in her kennel Adoption Fee: $75.00 Vetting: up-to-date on vaccines, microchiped When I will be up for adoption: November 2016
Marion Animal Care and Control
1021 East State Road 18
Grant County Marion, IN 46952 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-08-19-00033Dio (male)|
****PLEASE NOTE: DIO IS A VERY POPULAR BOY. WE ARE RECEIVING A LOT OF EMAILS ABOUT HIM. WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO RESPOND TO THE EMAILS, SO PLEASE FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION AND THAT HELPS US ASSESS IF HE WOULD BE A GOOD FIT FOR YOUR HOUSEHOLD. WE ARE ONLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR POTENTIAL ADOPTERS WHO RESIDE IN INDIANA OR BORDERING STATES. *****DIO MUST HAVE A 6 FOOT PRIVACY FENCE AS HE CAN JUMP ANYTHING SMALLER. ALSO, A HOME WITHOUT MALE DOGS IS A MUST.****** DIO: 2 YR OLD WOLFHOUND/LAB MIX Great with all people & kids Okay with female dogs; not males partially potty trained Dio is such a handsome boy! His unique good looks insure that he is noticed wherever he goes; he loves people so adores all the attention he gets. He definitely is a social butterfly! Because he was dumped in a rural subdivision, he has some mild separation anxiety. He doesn't get destructive but would be happiest in a home where someone is home with him the majority of the time. Because of his past abandonment, he worries that his people will never come back for him. Dio does best with female dogs; male dogs seem to be very reactive to him, probably because of his large stature combined with a somewhat dominant disposition. He would be fine as an only dog since people are what he is most interested in and he would thrive in a home where he was able to get all the attention he craves. Dio is truly an amazing boy; whoever adopts him is going to be very lucky indeed! His adoption fee is $200; he's neutered, microchipped and current on vaccinations. (Less)
Waldo's Muttley Crew
P.O. Box 421798
Marion County Indianapolis, IN 46242 MAP IT!
|Check All That Apply Duplicate Post Spam/Possible Scam Inappropriate Photo Wrong Phone Number My Calls Not Returned|
No Response to My Email "+JSVpcv+" Breeder Selling Animals (Posing as Rescue) Cancel
|Your problem report has been received. Thank you for helping keep this site accurate.|
|How do you know this animal is no longer available?|
This is my posting. I adopted this animal. Someone told me by phone or email. My calls or emails were never responded to. Other.
What is the current status of this animal?
Adopted (found a permanent home). Euthanized. Unknown. Other.
|This animal has been reported as no longer available. Thank you for helping keep this site updated.|
First Name: Last Name:
Send posting to my own email.
|Email this posting to up to three friends at once:|
Friend 1 First Name: Email:
Friend 2 First Name: Email:
Friend 3 First Name: Email:
Send posting to yourself or fill in one, two or three friends above then hit... Cancel
|This posting has been sent successfully.|
|PIease Read Before Adopting an Irish Wolfhound in Indiana|
Irish Wolfhound Dogs can make good pets in Indiana if they match your IifestyIe. The Irish Wolfhound is an enormous dog rivaling the Great Dane in height. Despite its imposing size, the Irish Wolfhound is a gentle, friendly animal that is trustworthy with children. Irish Wolfhounds are friendly with strangers, but may deter intruders simply by their intimidating size. It is important to train an Irish Wolfhound when it is a puppy so that it can be managed as a massive adult. Irish Wolfhounds generally get along well with other pets. This giant breed certainly needs a large yard with a high, secure fence.
Rescue Me! - HeIpingAnimaIs in Need.
|♥ This page is in fond memory of these Irish Wolfhound Dogs who are no longer with us... ♥
If you have experienced the loss of a beloved pet, or if you know someone who has... [POST A MEMORIAL HERE]
|Help Spread the Word! Please link to Indiana Irish Wolfhound Rescue from your website.|