BARC, Inc.

BARC, Inc.

BARC, Inc. is a non-profit corporation dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating Bernese Mountain Dogs from dog brokers, dog auctions, puppy mills, and any other dangerous, exploitative or abusive situation.  BARC, Inc. places these dogs in loving pet homes as spayed or neutered companions.

Adoptable Bernese Mountain Dogs

Mully2015

MULLY | ADOPTED!

Mulligan is 7 years old and is as sweet as can be! He gets along with cats and dogs, but would prefer doggie friends on the calmer side, or those that understand he may not want to play all the time. He is working on his house training and has learned to use a doggie door. Life until rescue was not kind to him, but he is slowly learning to trust. Loud noises still startle Mully and he is not a fan of thunderstorms. This super sweet boy does not ask for much, just unconditional love and a place to call his forever home.

2015_Luna

LUNA | ADOPTED

 2015_Jupiter

JUPITER | ADOPTED

 

Lexi | Available | Kansas

LEXI | ADOPTED

 

GeorgeNov2014

GEORGE | ADOPTED

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Although safe, these dogs may be undergoing medical treatment, temperament testing, and/or foster placement for socialization.  If you are interested in one of our special babies, we ask that you read the FAQ’s and then complete the adoption application.  Questions and applications can be sent to our Board Member, Lisa Florin.    We have a high volume of applications to review and are very serious about where our rescues are placed, so please allow at least two weeks for our committee members to review the application.

Please also note, many of our rescues are placed quickly and don’t even make it to our website for posting…that’s a great thing!

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Prior to placement all BARC dogs are:  spayed or neutered; microchipped; checked for heartworms and parasites and treated if necessary; brought up-to-date on all vaccinations, in some cases boosters may be necessary; and are on heartworm and flea/tick preventives.  In the event that a puppy is too young or a dog too ill to be spayed or neutered prior to placement, the contract will require the adopter to spay/neuter the dog within a reasonable timeframe. 

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