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Pictured below are a few of the animals that are currently available for adoption through Davidson County Animal Alliance. If you see an animal that you think you would like to make a part of your family, please email us [email protected] for more information or click the link below for our adoption application.
Do you sing off key?, Sometimes wear mismatched socks? Maybe you’ve been accused of talking too much or perhaps you don’t talk enough? Have you been accused of having poor style sense? Maybe you even walk around the house naked!?!
Well... none of that matters because your secrets are safe with Liberty since she is both hearing and vision impaired.
Liberty came to us via the animal shelter after being found near a dumpster scavenging for food with her brother, Justice. At just a few months old, both were emaciated, dehydrated, covered in fleas, full of intestinal parasites, and looking just plain rough.
Liberty and Justice definitely had some issues when we took them in. Justice had a cleft lip and Liberty was showing signs of neurological issues. After a stay at the vet, and multiple opinions from other veterinarians, it was agreed upon that Liberty and Justice has suffered from inbreeding, malnutrition and dehydration that stunted their physical and neurological development.
Justice has since found a home but Liberty’s impairments have taken a little longer to work with. Liberty is both 80% blind and 80% deaf. She has no peripheral vision and limited central vision. She can hear extremely loud noises but can often become startled. Liberty has been with a dog trainer for the past several months learning to adapt with her impairments.
We know that Liberty is special. But we feel like there’s a person out there that just as special as she is that can give her a good life.
Liberty is looking for a home that will give her the patience and acceptance that she needs. She would do best as the only pet in the home. Liberty attaches quickly and feels more comfortable with women. We do not recommend Liberty to be in a home with children as they can easily startle and scare her. Liberty weighs only 20 pounds and is house trained. When she gets excited, she will run in circles with a resounding vortex of glee and jubilation. Liberty enjoys spending time outside smelling the wind and relaxing in the sun.
“Hey you! Yea you there! That’s right... I see you admiring my amazing handsomeness and I know exactly what you’re thinking. You’re thinking ‘now that’s one cool cat’, and I’d have to agree with you.”
Glenn is quite the character. We feel like if he could talk he would sound like a mix of Wesley Snipes and Samuel L. Jackson. Seriously... just look at those expressions! We would quote him on his thoughts but we like to keep our posts and bios rated PG.
Glenn likes: hunting, prowling, and stalking. Playing with toys, napping in sunbeams, and surveying his kingdom from a high perch.
Glenn dislikes: politics, the phrase “who’s a good kitty”, documentaries, movies with subtitles, and forced cuddles.
Glenn is just 1 year old so he is full of mischievous energy. He loves to leap and jump after feather wands and find the highest spot in the house to watch things from. Glenn is very particular with his litter box habits. His foster family will be happy to explain his peculiarities to any potential adopter. Glenn gets along great with dogs, but he can be a bit of a bully with other cats. He is up to date on his vaccines, neutered, and negative for FIV/FELV. Glenn would be happiest as an indoor/outdoor cat. Although he currently spends most of his time inside, he is happy to be outside stalking birds and small insects.
Chico is yet another dog that has fallen victim to BDS, also known as black dog syndrome. Simply because he a black, mixed breed dog, he is overlooked and people fail to notice how great of a dog he is.
This big affectionate snuggle buddy is as loyal and eager to please as they come. Being true to the bully breed, Chico is playful, intelligent, and silly. However, his breed also gives him a stubborn streak.
Chico is a 3-4 year old American Bulldog mix. He is very friendly with everyone he meets and instantly falls over begging for belly rubs. Chico is great around kids and would thrive in an active household that could give him the attention he desires. He needs to be in a single pet home and would do best with a fenced in yard.
Chico is neutered and up-to-date on his vaccinations. He previously tested positive for heart worms but has since completed treatment. He is now negative and is on monthly prevention. His adoption fee is $100. Please email us at [email protected] to request an adoption application or more information.
Snoopy is a happy, energetic 2 year old boy who is ready to bound straight into your heart and life. This guy has a fun personality and enjoys long walks or running in a big yard. Snoopy went from living most of his life chained outside and people not treating him so well to blossoming into an amazing dog with his DCAA foster family. He can sometimes be a little shy when meeting new people but he warms up quickly once he knows you will be his friend. Snoopy is crate trained, gets along well with other dogs, and kid tested - he absolutely adores the newborn baby in his foster home. Snoopy is already neutered and vaccinated. His adoption fee is $100. Please email [email protected] to request an adoption application.
Some of our Happy Tails!
Some of our Happy Tails!