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*sir Godfrey Tibbett Bond

Listed November 04, 2017

Age: 7 yrs.

Gender: Male

Weight: Not Specified

Adult Size:

Fixed: Yes

Shots: Yes

Breed:Scottish Terrier Scottie

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Description

Scottish Terrier Scottie / Mixed (short coat)

Special Needs

Umbrella of Hope 'Be Our Pet'



10 year old, 12 lb Scottish Terrier Mix NEUTERED MALE in RECOVERY

 11/3/17 --  Godfrey is in recovery and is not available for adoption until he is more healed.  This listing is simply to raise awareness and solicit donations towards his care.  Please make a tax-deductible donation at http://www.paypal.me/UOH

 

RANT
 
Okay people... literally there is ZERO excuse for this. ZERO.
 
Meet Sir Godfrey Tibbett
 
This dog was surrendered to the San Jose Animal Care Center by an 'owner' (loose term) because he was 'going to Mexico'... he was treated by Tails of a Shelter Vet and San Jose Animal Advocates reached out to us to help him.
 
This did NOT happen overnight. It didn't happen in a week or a month. This dog has been SUFFERING for a really long time and the best thing that ever happened to him was getting surrendered by the ASSHOLE (yes, we said it) who tortured him with neglect.
 
Luckily one of our foster homes was willing to take him on because he is going to be a LOT of work and care until we get his skin condition under control. She truly agreed to take one for the team (and for the dog) because he requires multiple daily interventions for the next few months before he is healed and ready to be adopted.
 
Supposedly this dog is a Scottish Terrier but we have our doubts on that (wrong ears, wrong body shape)... honestly we won't know more until he grows some hair back.
 
This dog has SUFFERED for a really long time. SUFFERED. He is practically hairless and has a raging skin infection that he has had for a really long time. His skin is as thick as an elephant and he has a yeast and bacterial infection of his skin. His eyes and ears are involved and he also had pretty nasty mouth.
 
He has had skin scrapings, medicated baths, eye surgery, a dental cleaning, bloodwork and has literally a box o' meds that he will be on for the next 6-8 weeks until we get his mess of skin healed.
 
We will tag his pictures with #howgodfreygothishairback so that you can see his weekly progress reports. It is amazing how a little TLC can go a long way.
 
We are in need of donations to help Godfrey get his hair back. They are tax deductible and can be made online at http://www.paypal.me/UOH or you can send a check to our attention to 4040 Railroad Ave, Pittsburg, CA 94565.
 
#startastoryadopt
#shelterpetlove
#hedeservesbetter

 

GENERAL INFO:  

Housebroken?: Yes, we think so

Crate Trained?: Yes

Leash Trained?: Yes

Rides Well in Car?: Yes

Non-Shedding?: Yes

Good with cats?: Yes, we think so

Good with dogs?: Yes

Qualifies for Seniors for Seniors?: yes

Umbrella of Hope does not have any strict rules on ages of children because all children are different, but our best approximation is that this animal would do best with children over the age of 5

Umbrella of Hope is a non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals off death row from local shelters. We offer rebates of adoption fees after completion of obedience classes and CGC titles. 

Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and given any additional treatments (dental work, bloodwork etc) as recommended by our vet. Some of our senior animals have sponsorships for their food/vet care/medicine for the rest of their life at our vet in Pittsburg, CA (94565)

 Adoptions to veterans of the US Armed Services are ALWAYS free to thank you for your service.  Other retired public servants, please let us know what career you retired from and we can let you know if we offer any discounts for your adoption

Please send an email to the Umbrella Of Hope Animal Director with any inquiries at beourpet@gmail.com. Detailed emails will be answered first.  

We thank Maddie's Fund for their sponsorship, Well Pet Vet Clinic for providing most of our veterinary services, Lovely Grooming for our grooming needs, and Delta Dog Camp for training. We thank Memoirs of a Dog and Share the Joy Photography for the beautiful portraits of many of our animals and a special thanks to volunteer photographers Barbara, Kristy, Christine and Natalie.  Please support these businesses for supporting rescue! 

 



Umbrella of Hope is a non-profit animal rescue based out of Pittsburg, CA that rescues animals off death row from local shelters. We offer rebates after completion of obedience classes and CGC titles.  Also, ask us about our seniors for seniors program, where we adopt animals 5 years or older to qualified homes with a $5 donation as an adoption fee. Please send an email to the Umbrella Of Hope Animal Director at beourpet@gmail.com with any inquiries. Detailed emails will be answered first.


Location

Umbrella of Hope

Adoption Fee Details

Adoption/ Donation Fees

Canines: Puppies- $250 (under 7 mos), Adult Dogs- $200 (7 Mos+), Senior and Special Needs- Donation of choice. Seniors will be determined based on breed. All Dog adoptions are eligible to receive a $50 Rebate with proof Completion of Basic Manners training and education class -which we are working on providing. An additional $50 Rebate is offered if the Dog becomes CGC Certified within the following 6 mos. We are not ready to offer this yet but may in the future. Rebate is null and void after 6 mos. Without completetion of entire course this offer is null and void.

Felines: Senior and Special Needs- Donation of choice. Senior- 6 yrs old for cats based on Maddies Fund Senior Program Kittens-$125 (Two Kittens $155), Cats between 6mos and a year $50, Cats over a year $25 Foster Adoptions- Foster can pay a minimum At Cost Fees for the animal as the adoption Donation (if they agree to foster again). If foster cannot foster again they must pay regular adoption fee for the animal.