*1 Year Old - 11 Pounds
*Sweet, Loving, Cuddly, Gentle, Quiet
*People Friendly (kids 10 years and up because of his small size)
*Potty Trained (wears a belly band indoors)
*Needs Someone Home Most of the Time (until he settles in)
Greetings from Malone. FTF rescued me from a hoarder house in Tennessee, after the owners moved and left me and 70+ other small dogs to fend for ourselves. The situation there was very bleak, but since arriving in my foster home, I've discovered how wonderful life can be. My foster mom says I'm a real couch potato, and that my favorite activity is snuggling with her-or in between the sofa cushions, when she's not around. While initially shy when meeting new people (just need to gain more experience with company), I warm up quickly and especially enjoy being petted by and giving kisses to kiddos.
So here are a few other facts about me. I'm potty trained, and while I wear a belly band indoors, I do my business outside on a leash. I'm also crate trained and go in with no problem, no barking, and no overnight accidents. I get along fine with my canine foster brother, and I seem to accept cats, too. The only requirement for all FTF adoptions of young dogs is that you sign us for training classes. These will build my confidence and help ease me into a world that is still a bit scary-not surprising, given all the changes I've gone through recently. With your patience, love, and companionship, I promise I'll become the perfect pocket pooch (okay, my legs may be a little long for me to actually fit in your pocket, but you get the idea)!
I'm so looking forward to finally finding my forever home. So if you think we might be the perfect match, please fill out an adoption application ASAP. I've been waiting all my life to meet you!
Love and licks,
If you'd like to adopt this dog, please get started by filling out a complete application (incomplete submissions cannot be sent.) Please note that while we take time to learn as much as we can about each dog in our care as possible, our bios are written from current observations. Though we do our best to share as much information as possible about each dog we care for, we are unable to make any guarantees on the future health or temperament of your adopted dog. Most dogs in our care come with unknown pre-rescue history, and information pertaining to breed and age are often educated guesses.
When you adopt a dog, you're not buying a pet. Your donation isn't a fee for your adoptee - it's a gift that helps us pursue our mission, save lives, and ensure we can provide care to all the dogs in our program.
Senior dog. 8 years and up / $125
Adult or Young Dog. 6 months to 7 years / $375
Puppies. Under 6 months / $450
Lives in 50 mile radius of Itasca within the Illinois border
Be at least 21 years of age
Have the knowledge and agreement of all adults living in the household
Have approval from owner of the residence (written in lease)
Have a valid ID with current address
Be approved as a suitable adoptive home by Fetching Tails Foundation
Be prepared to make a lifetime commitment
How to Adopt
Wag, Woof, Smile
Apply to Adopt
Ready to welcome a wagging tail into your family? Then fill out an application to join our adoption family!
Once we have your info we'll start the process (which includes a consultation and a doggy meeting) and get you on your way towards a life of puppy love.