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Alice

Female Young German Shepherd Dog

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that are in need of service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we are able to provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The donations for all of our rescue pet adoptions are $300. The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. These sweet pups were surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service and are in need of special attention to basic training and proper socialization. This precious little one is now in our rescue pet adoption program and is ready for a loving home. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training.  They've received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They typically all enjoy squeaky toys, chews, stuffed toys, soft beds, and lots of cuddles. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide, and this pet is currently fostered in Linn County, Oregon. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery.  The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTS Service Animals for Veterans program in order to help us positively impact the lives of US Veterans. Best, Shayna ACTS, Adoption Coordinator  C: 541-654-7783 show less

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Buddy

Male Blue Heeler (mixed)

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that are in need of service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we are able to provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The donations for all of our rescue pet adoptions is $150. The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This particular rescue animal was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service and is currently available from the rescue pet adoption division. These puppies were surrendered by a family in middle TN.  This precious little one is now in our rescue pet adoption program and is ready for a loving home. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. They have been socialized with children and other animals. They've received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They typically all enjoy squeaky toys, chews, stuffed toys, soft beds, and lots of cuddles. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide, and this pet is currently fostered in Tennessee. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery.  The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTS Service Animals for Veterans program in order to help us positively impact the lives of US Veterans. Best, Shayna G. ACTS, Adoption Coordinator  C: 541-654-7783 show less

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Charlie

Male Young Labrador Retriever

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that are in need of service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we are able to provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The donation for in-state adoption is $300 and out-of-state adoptions are $550 plus shipping. The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service and is currently available from the rescue pet adoption division. His owner was being deployed to Korea and needed a safe place for him to go. Charlie is a magnificent pup, he is full of life, vibrant, loving, good with other pets, and is going to make an excellent companion. This furkid is now in our rescue pet adoption program and is ready for a loving home. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. They have been socialized with children and other animals. They've received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They typically all enjoy squeaky toys, chews, stuffed toys, soft beds, and lots of cuddles. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTS Service Animals for Veterans program in order to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator  C: 541-654-7783 show less

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Copernicus

Male Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Edward

Male Young Beagle

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that are in need of service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we are able to provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The donation for rescue pet adoptions is $150. The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This particular rescue animal was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service and is currently available from the rescue pet adoption division. The original family that surrendered this boy saved him from a bad situation. He has an adorable crooked tail and a very sweet mild personality. He is currently fostered with the family that surrendered him so when he goes to his new family it will be a smooth transition for him with fewer changes. This precious little one is now in our rescue pet adoption program and is ready for a loving home. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. They have been socialized with children and other animals. They've received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They typically all enjoy squeaky toys, chews, stuffed toys, soft beds, and lots of cuddles. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide, and this pet is currently fostered in Clarksville, TN. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery.  The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTS Service Animals for Veterans program in order to help us positively impact the lives of US Veterans. Best, Shayna G. ACTS, Adoption Coordinator  C: 541-654-7783 show less

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Flash

Male Blue Heeler Labrador Retriever (mixed)

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that are in need of service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we are able to provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The donations for all of our rescue pet adoptions is $150. The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This particular rescue animal was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service and is currently available from the rescue pet adoption division. These puppies were surrendered by a family in middle TN.  This precious little one is now in our rescue pet adoption program and is ready for a loving home. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. They have been socialized with children and other animals. They've received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They typically all enjoy squeaky toys, chews, stuffed toys, soft beds, and lots of cuddles. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide, and this pet is currently fostered in Tennessee. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery.  The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTS Service Animals for Veterans program in order to help us positively impact the lives of US Veterans. Best, Shayna G. ACTS, Adoption Coordinator  C: 541-654-7783 show less

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Galileo

Male Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Hubble

Male Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Jake

Male Young German Shepherd Dog

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that are in need of service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we are able to provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The donations for out-of-state rescue pet adoption is $300 plus shipping. The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. These sweet pups were surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service and are in need of special attention to basic training and socialization. This precious little one is now in our rescue pet adoption program and is ready for a loving home. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training.  They've received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They typically all enjoy squeaky toys, chews, stuffed toys, soft beds, and lots of cuddles. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide, and this pet is currently fostered in Linn County, Oregon. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. The cost of shipping is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTS Service Animals for Veterans program in order to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator  C: 541-654-7783 show less

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Kade

Male Puppy Siberian Husky German Shepherd Dog (mixed)

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that are in need of service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we are able to provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The donation for all of our rescue pet adoptions for in-state adoptions is $150 and out-of-state adoptions is $300 plus shipping. The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service and is currently available from the rescue pet adoption division. Kade is on the left in the photo. Hee is currently in his original home until we can find a foster for them. These puppies need vaccine updates, dewormings, and flea medications. This process will be completed as soon as we find a foster for them. This furkid is now in our rescue pet adoption program and is ready for a loving home. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. They have been socialized with children and other animals. They've received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They typically all enjoy squeaky toys, chews, stuffed toys, soft beds, and lots of cuddles. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTS Service Animals for Veterans program in order to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator  C: 541-654-7783 show less

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Katy

Female Puppy Siberian Husky German Shepherd Dog (mixed)

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that are in need of service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we are able to provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The donation for all of our rescue pet adoptions for in-state adoptions is $150 and out-of-state adoptions is $300 plus shipping. The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service and is currently available from the rescue pet adoption division. Katy is on the right in the photo. She is currently in her original home until we can find a foster for them. These puppies need vaccine updates, dewormings, and flea medications. This process will be completed as soon as we find a foster for them. This furkid is now in our rescue pet adoption program and is ready for a loving home. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. They have been socialized with children and other animals. They've received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They typically all enjoy squeaky toys, chews, stuffed toys, soft beds, and lots of cuddles. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTS Service Animals for Veterans program in order to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator  C: 541-654-7783 show less

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Kepler

Male Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

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Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Messier

Male Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters an... show more

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Nancy Grace Roman

Female Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters an... show more

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Newton

Male Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters an... show more

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Sandra Faber

Female Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters an... show more

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Tycho

Male Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters an... show more

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less

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Vera Rubin

Female Baby Poodle (Standard) Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters an... show more

Welcome to Native Nation's ACTS Animals Called to Service program! We provide a unique program for both potential rescue pet adopters and US Veterans that require service animals. For every three rescue pet adoptions, we can provide a veteran with a trained service animal. Our program is divided into two divisions the Service Animals for Veteran program, and the Rescue Pet Adoption program. Some of the rescue animals surrendered to us go into our Service Animal Training program and some are available for adoption for pet or emotional support animal homes. The adoption donation is $550 (plus shipping for out-of-state adoptions.) The proceeds from all donations go into our Service Animals for Veterans program fund. Please visit our website at www.animalscalledtoservice.org to learn more. This sweet little one's mother was surrendered to ACTS Animals Called to Service while she was pregnant. The guy that surrendered her took her in as a stray because he couldn't watch her go hungry. She appears to be a multigenerational mixed breed. Soon after her arrival, she came into heat and took a liking to his Standard Poodle. The mother weighs 30lbs and his dog weighed 60lbs, so we expect the puppies to be 40-50lbs at maturity. They were born on February 1st, and they will be 10 weeks old and ready for their forever families on April 10th. They are currently in a foster home in Tennessee. New photos and a video will become available on February 28th. All of the animals in the ACTS rescue pet adoption program are started on crate and house training. These puppies will be socialized with children and other animals, and off to a good start in life. They will have had received age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming, as well as have been started on Interceptor Plus Heartworm medication and flea and tick preventative. We feed Taste of the Wild Pacific Stream, rest assured they've been on a high-quality diet since they've been in the ACTS program. They will come with their Health Certificates, Health Records, Microchipped, and 30 days of Pet Health Insurance. ACTS rescue pet adoption program has foster homes nationwide. You are welcome to schedule a meet and greet, pick up your newly adopted rescue pet, or we can arrange for an air or ground delivery. If you are out-of-state and air transport is needed the cost for that is $550. The Adoption process starts online, you can fill out the Adoption Application at http://www.animalscalledtoservice.org and after submission please watch your inbox for directions to proceed in the adoption process. Please call the adoption coordinator listed below if you have questions anytime throughout the process. We hope that if we have the right rescue pet for your that you will take comfort in that 100% of the proceeds of the donations will go to benefit the ACTSService Animals for Veterans program to help us positively impact the lives of the US Veterans. Best, Shayna Gurtler ACTS, Adoption Coordinator C:541-654-7783 show less