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Hi, my name is Clyde Newton. I reside on St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. We are located 90 miles south of Puerto Rico. I've been raising Rottweiler as a hobby for the past twenty (20) years. I am a police Lieutenant and Commander in charge of the Western part of the Island. Raising, showing, and breeding Rottweiler helps relieve stress after a hard day’s work. My first Rottweiler was Leika and Olga Silberdistil. I must say, I started with a bang. Since then I have owned and imported several quality dogs. Due to my love and passion for the breed I would travel to Germany every year to witness the Klubsieger show. I firmly believe anyone who is interested in the breed should see and attend the Klubsieger show at least once. I consider Germany the Meca of this great breed. While at the Klubsieger show one would get to see what stud dogs are producing. This is where we share and exchange the knowledge about the breed.Please contact us for more information about our dogs and puppies for sale
St. Croix U.S. Virgin Island is located 90 miles south of Puerto Rico. We are the number one tourist destination in the Caribbean. We are known as American Paradise, land of great beaches, sunshine, and beautiful people. We are a U. S. territory. When visiting St. Croix feel free to visit me at the Ann Schrader Command Police Station and we can just talk dogs!!About Our Shelter: The Animal Care Center of St. John, Inc. (ACC) is a non-profit (501 (c) (3) ) organization whose mission is to provide for the humane treatment of animals on St. John and the promotion of their health and welfare. The Center is dedicated to providing a "safe haven" for abandoned and surrendered animals where proper medical treatment and high quality care will be dispersed by caring and trainedprofessionals, as well as, volunteers. It is a primary goal of the ACC to reunite lost animals with their owners and place animals, who have received our services, in acceptable homes through our adoption program.
Our further goal is to control feral cat population utilizing a Trap Neuter Release Program ultimately returning feral felines into designated healthy environments at feeding stations across the island. rspca yagoona puppies sale
We seek to increase visibility, awareness, and support within our community for programs to meet of the ever-changing needs of our animal population and educating the people of our community, particularly the children, as to the responsibilities of pet ownership, proper treatment and care for pets, and the need to develop other programs to create a healthier environment for all of the animals of St. John. yorkies for sale dothan al
Our Adoption Process: 1. When a potential adopter arrives, welcome them, and give them a quick tour. bichon frise for sale darlington
Let them know there is a non-refundable adoption fee. Dogs, Puppies & Kittens $50 Cats (over 6 months) $25puppies for sale 19382
2. Show them the type of animal they are interested in adopting. puppies for sale 33462
(cat, kitten, puppy or dog)3. Once they have a specific animal in mind, bring them into the office, with that animal, close the door and allow them some get acquainted time away from other animals. Be sure to stay in the room with them and answer any questions about the animal. Please make the animal sound good---play up the positives, but if it has a particular character flaw do not lie or deny that. Be honest and if you are not familiar with the particular animal say so. Do not make anything up4. Once they have decided that they are interested, give them the “Adoption Application” to fill out.
When they have completed the forms and signed them you are then ready to begin the adoption.5. Ask if they have any questions or concerns and try and answers these as honestly and clearly as possible. Do not make up answers6. Give them handouts and adoption packages with information on pet care, animal health, safety and introducing their new pet to the family.7. ALL cats/kittens must leave the shelter in a carrier. If they do not have one they may either purchase one of our card board ones for $10.00 or borrow a plastic one with a refundable deposit of $20.00. 8. ALL dogs must have a collar and leash when leaving the shelter, they may either purchase one from us or provide their own. The only exception would be a puppy or dog to small to wear a collar or unable to walk on a leash.9. When everything is in place and animal is ready to be released have them read and sign our “Adoption Contract10. Collect the adoption fee and give the new owner a receipt with the total amount of the adoption fee plus any other fees on it.
Be sure to sign at the bottom of the receipt that you have collected the money.11. Put money and copy of receipt in the “adoption fees” folder in the file cabinet.12. Once all this is done, give the animal a kiss and wish everyone the very best13. Ask them if they might like to volunteer an hour or two per week helping at the shelter and ask them to tell their friends about us.Since 1957, the Humane Society of St. Thomas has been sheltering abandoned animals, fighting cruelty and neglect and working to create an environment of respect, responsibility and compassion for all animals throughout the territory. Our functional and new campus sits on 4.7 acres and consists of five major buildings. We are an open admission shelter, meaning that our doors are always open for any animal that we can legally accept. The Humane Society of St. Thomas is a 501c3 non-profit organization.We are the only animal shelter serving the residents of St. Thomas, and other than a small contract with the government of the Virgin Islands we are dependent entirely upon donations and the good will of the community.