Sometimes dogs just aren't cut out for the Hearing Dog life. That's okay! These dogs still need loving homes. If you're interested in adopting one of these dogs, set up an appointment to meet them by calling 303-287-3277 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please fill out our adoption form and send the completed application to email@example.com
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Are you looking for a dog who has the mane of a lion and the personality of a cat? Well look no further! My name is Trix and I am a 22 pound, Terrier mix who came to Colorado in hopes of becoming a Service Dog. Once I realized all of the hard work that goes into being a Service Dog, I decided it was not for me! I would much rather cuddle up with a few plush toys while watching a movie. Occasionally, I enjoy short walks or an outdoor play session. But mostly, I enjoy hanging out on the couch with my person.
My name is Chase, I am an 8 year old Terrier Mix who is now a retired Hearing Dog! Even though I am 8 years old, I am a bundle of energy! I do enjoy a nice lap to sit on for pets though, and great toys to chew on like Nylabones and plushes. Although I have some sassy habits and may act like I do not like you at first, once I get over the initial meet and greet and realize you want to be my friend, I am one of the most loyal and loving pups you could ask for. I am crate trained and I do know basic obedience, but sometimes I try to get away with not listening, (my friends here tell me I can be quite stubborn), so someone who will keep me on my toes and continue working with me would be preferred! Since I am a tad sassy, I would do best in a home with kids over 12.
Kevin is a black 6 month old lab/great dane mix! He still needs to be neutered so he won't be up for adoption until mid September.
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My name is Max! I am a young french bulldog chihuahua mix. I came to International Hearing Dog in hopes of becoming a Service Dog, but I came across a little bump in the road that has caused my career to change into just being a normal pet. My people say I have a liver malfunction, therefore I may have to be on liver pills for the rest of my life. (They typically stuff the pill into a pill pocket, so I just see it as my daily treat). I have a liver malfunction that makes being under anesthesia a bit riskier for me than most. My friends learned about this when I went in to get neutered and my oxygen levels dropped lower than the normal dog. After learning this, I was prescribed liver pills for 3 months and then went back in for my neuter! Because of this my neuter was successful, my oxygen levels still dropped...however not nearly as much as the first time, so they were still able to perform my neuter. My vet says I should continue to be on the liver pills, in case anything were to come up in the future where I needed to be under anesthesia. Aside from my daily pill, this does not affect my day to day life! I act no different than the other pups, I am very happy, playful and I do love to go on walks and snuggle up on your lap! I am super affectionate and get a heavy case of the wiggles when I see my person!