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Cupcake

Female Puppy Jack Russell Terrier (mixed)

If you have any questions about Cupcake, please contact Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC at charliescrusaders@gmail.com

Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC

About Cupcake

Meet Cupcake! She was brought into a high kill shelter at only 7 weeks old with her siblings. She is now 5 months old and her foster describes her as, "a mellow puppy who sleeps all night in her crate, loves to play with other dogs but snuggle when play time is over. She is working on potty training, and knows "sit". She is a little shy at first, but loves her people and doggy mates, not phased by cats at all. She is very gentle, has not chewed on anything but her bone. Hangs out in a puppy pen when unable to be supervised and does well in there. She does well with kids of all ages, will sit at my feet with a loose leash the entire afternoon. She is so mellow that will usually not inititate play but will play along when someone else starts it."  They are believed to be Jack Russell mixes, maybe some beagle in there as well. They are all UTD on vaccines and will be spayed and neutered at the appropriate age. Please note Charlie’s Crusaders will not adopt to a home where a puppy will be left alone for longer then 4 hours a day. If you are interested in adopting please go to charliescrusaders.org to apply!

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Details

Name
Cupcake
Age
Puppy
Gender
Female
Size
Primary Color
Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed/Neutered
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC

5534 Holly Ridge Dr Horn Lake MS 38637

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Campbell

Pit Bull Terrier

Meet Campbell! Campbell is a sweet boy around 3 years old with similarities to a Pit and Lab mix. Campbell is almost 60 pounds of love a... show more

Meet Campbell! Campbell is a sweet boy around 3 years old with similarities to a Pit and Lab mix. Campbell is almost 60 pounds of love and kisses. Campbell was rescued from a high kill shelter in Memphis, TN in late 2019 and then spent 6 weeks in boarding in the south while waiting for a foster in the north. When Campbell finally found a foster family and arrived in Pennsylvania, he was found to have heart worms (treatable, but very preventable) and he received heart worm treatment in early 2020. Campbell is now heart worm free and will need monthly heart worm preventative (a chewable pill) and yearly heart worm testing. While getting the care for the heart worm treatment, his foster family fell completely in love and adopted him. Shortly after being adopted, Campbell’s dad started working from home full time because of COVID-19, and Campbell completely flourished. He enjoyed spending all day with his dad, 2 dog brothers, and 2 cat siblings. Campbell’s mom also enjoyed more time with the family because her work hours had been reduced. Tragically, on June 9th, Campbell’s dad passed away from a heart attack, leaving Campbell, his siblings, and his mom devastated. Campbell's mom recently went back to work full time and doesn't want Campbell to spend his days alone (his dog brothers are used to her work scheudule and are older). Campbell needs a family that will be home more than she can she be. Campbell is a “Velcro dog” that will follow you around and nudge you to let you know that he wants attention. He NEEDS people and for that reason, Charlie’s Crusaders requires that Campbell be adopted into a home where he will not be left alone for more than a few hours at a time. Campbell must have a home with a 6 foot fenced in yard and a family with higher energy and breed experience- he loves to play and run around. He is getting very good at fetch and does great on car rides. Campbell loves rope toys and fake “growls” while he plays tug of war. Campbell also LOVES to cuddle, snuggle, and get belly rubs. Due to the tragic circumstances of why Campbell is being listed for adoption, we ask that the new adopters agree keep in touch with Campbell’s current mom, as she is understandably devastated. Campbell is up to date on his shots and neutered. Campbell is house trained, crate trained, and is learning to walk well on a leash/harness. Campbell is great with older kids- he still jumps when excited and tends to be under your feet while he follows you around the house. Campbell is good with cats and dogs with a proper introduction. If you are interested in adopting Campbell, please apply at charliescrusaders.org! Please note you muust Own your own home, Have a 6ft fenced in yard show less