2 Years Old - 58 Pounds
BIO: If you are looking for a Bebe as beautiful as a rose, you have come to the right place! I am a sweet and playful girl who enjoys romping around with other dogs, going for walkies (I have lovely leash manners especially when using a harness), and chewing all the toys I can get my pretty paws on. I would do best in a home without cats, though. I am potty trained and do not have any accidents when home alone for long hours. I'm smart and would love to see how much more I can learn by your side: I already know sit and am eager to earn treats so I think it might be fun if we take some training classes together. Hurry up and fill out that adoption application so we can get our happily ever after started! 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.
FTF will provide everything you need to support your foster pet including crates, food, treats, medication, toys, leashes and collars. Fosters will receive a Foster Packet with details and exclusions.
FTF will cover Approved Vet care and medicines. Details are described in the Foster Packet that new fosters will receive before their first fostered animal.
Be at least 21 years of age
Have the consent of all adults living in the household
Have approval from the residence owner
Have valid ID with current address
Must fill out the application below
Be approved by Fetching Tails Foundation as a suitable foster home
Must live in the Chicagoland area
Be comfortable facilitating the animal’s adoption. Details are explained in a Foster Packet given to all new foster homes.