My name is Tigger and I got my name because of my stripes. Just like my namesake I am energetic and bouncy like most puppies. I love to run and play with my elderly foster brother who much smaller than me and my foster sister who much bigger than me. I have done well learning my commands sit, drop, shake, up, down, come, and quite. I do know how to go into my kennel too. I play well with kids of all ages & I enjoy a good splash anytime I can find water. I consider myself a lap dog too when I feel the need to cuddle.
Our Adoption Process…
The adoption process starts with our online adoption application which will provide all the basic information we’ll need to ensure each of our adoptable pups finds the best possible home.
Once contacted the adoption coordinator will discuss in more detail what all you are looking for in a new family pet and answer any questions you may have about the adoptable dog or our rescue.
Step Three is a home visit will be scheduled and one of our local volunteers will come meet potential adopters as well as their other pets. This is also a great time to talk more about the ideal characteristics of what you’re looking for in a dog so we can ensure the best match possible.
The meet & greet can be very joyous and so long as all goes well an this is when an adoption is approved. However, in most cases we do require a 72 hour “Think about it” period between the meet & greet and finalizing the adoption to ensure everyone in the family is fully committed for a lifetime of love and care for their new Pit Bull.
Once each step is completed and approved and everyone has had time to sleep on it to be sure they are ready to commit to the animal for a lifetime the adoption is finalized. We would love to welcome you into our Guardian Alumni adoption family!
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