Maltese - Poodle - Senior - Male
Adoptable Small Spayed/NeuteredUp-to-date with routine shotshousetrained

Meet Rasti… an adorable, 10-year-old, 10-lb., Maltipoo who is ready to find his forever home.

Rasti is a friendly little guy who enjoys going for walks, rides well in a car, and loves tagging along with his person.. Rasti is house trained, but doesn’t like being in a crate. He’s not a big barker, although will definitely let you know when he wants to come back inside, or when it’s time for supper.

A home where Rasti has human companionship during the day would make this little boy very happy. He gets along well with the other dogs in his foster home, and is always ready to ‘mother’ them… face washing, ear cleaning, etc., Even though he enjoys canine companionship, we feel well that he would also be happy in a single-dog family, as long as he had his human for companionship.

Rasti has been neutered, microchipped, and is current on his Rabies, DHP/Parvo, and Bordetella vaccines. He tested negative for Heartworms and is on Heartworm prevention. Rasti also had a dental cleaning.

Rasit’s adoption fee is $200.00.

FHCR offers a 3-week trial period with all our adoptions, just to be sure that the pet is a good match for the adoptive family. The fee is refunded if the adoption does not work out within the trial period. We want to be sure that each of our pets will have the perfect “forever” home!

If you are interested in Rastii, and think he may be your ideal canine companion, please visit our website at foreverhomek9rescue.org for information on our adoption process. To get an application, you can cut and paste this link to our on-line application, http://foreverhomek9rescue.org/adoption-application/ You may also download an application from our web site, or e-mail us at foreverhomeK9rescue@yahoo.com for additional information, or to request an application.

Forever Home Canine Rescue adopts out-of-state, but we never ‘ship’ or ‘transport’ our pets. An approved adopter must come to North Carolina to meet their new canine companion and then take him/her back home with them.