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Dog Rehoming

This page is dedicated to the T.C.C. family and family friends who find themselves in the unfortunate situation of having to rehome their dog due to circumstances out of their control.

To add a pup to our website please call us at (248) 425 3444

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Looking to re-home for a client:

Buddy is an especially loving dog that will easily

become your best friend. He is playful, loves to do

zoomies. He loves the sun, sleep, and to hang out

where the action is. He's a super easy animal to get

along with. Of course car rides are his favorite thing to do, other than eating.

 

And he is gorgeous. You almost feel like you are sitting with another human when he is chilling out with you. He is a four year old American Staffordshire Terrier Mix who is up to date on all of his shots. He goes to the vet often for nail trims and is on medication for his anxiety and allergies. We need to rehome him. Buddy has a hard time handling noise, chaos, or a disruptive household and that is not compatible with our home.

 

Unfortunately, he bit our pest control person who walked up unannounced onto our deck, with a sprayer wand in hand. Buddy was startled awake and not knowing this person, he went into protective mode. Buddy is not compatible with our household which includes a loud and energetic 8 year old and a special needs child. We've tried to make our home work for both our children and for Buddy. However, we are no longer able to manage. We love Buddy very much and want the best for him. We're hoping to find him a quiet home where he can thrive.

Tri Canine Campus has taken on the training of Buddy with focus on impulse control and his reactivity issues. The family that takes Buddy will get three one hour private lessons to help in his transition.

For more information please call Tri Canine Campus at 248-425-3444

Looking to re-home for a client:

My basic info

 

Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier

Color: Brindle

Age: Young

Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg) (when grown)

Weight: 

Sex: Female

My details

Good with kids

Good with dogs

Shots current

Spayed / Neutered

Housetrained

Why I need a new home

Busy schedule

 

My story

 

Here's what the humans have to say about me:


I adopted Lola from a litter of puppies through one of my daughters college classmates. She was born on 12/7/2022. Lola is a very smart and sweet dog. She is house trained, crate trained, obedient, friendly and loves affection. She is wonderful with children (as mentioned below I have 5 children), loves playing and has a very happy personality.

The reason I am seeking a new home for Lola.....I am a single parent of 5 children and have an older dog as well. I recently learned that I must undergo severe back surgery and will be in recovery for several months. Also, my job has me out of the house 5-6 days a week and I often have to travel for work. Although I am very attached to Lola, I feel it will be best for her to be in a home where she can receive the attention that she deserves.

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Adopting a rescue dog certainly comes with its challenges and T.C.C. will offer free loose leash training or a shine in seven at half price to everyone who adopted a pup from T.C.C.

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