I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and not good with dogs.
Tiger Lilly (aka Lilly)'s Story...
Hi, I’m Tiger Lilly, but you can call me Lilly!
I was abandoned and found my way to someone’s front door when I was about eight weeks old. But I'm about 10 months old now as of May 2014. I was just a little baby who was hungry, covered with flea bites, and in need of a pedicure, but other than that was in good health. A kind Samaritan took me in, cleaned me up, got me all of my vaccinations, spayed and put me on heartworm preventative. With their love, I have really blossomed into an amazing dog. I LOVE to play outside in a fenced in yard, and can stay out there chasing things and playing for hours if my owners would let me. Otherwise, I am an indoor family dog who loves young kids and is good with our other dog. I still have a lot of puppy energy, but I do settle down in a calm manner. I’m really smart too! I already know: sit, drop, leave it, and come. I cannot wait to learn more! I’m a great dog and my foster mom said I’ll be a blessing to a loving family…will that be you?
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If you can give me the home I’m looking for please complete a nonbinding adoption application found under the Forms tab of our website www.savinggraceanimalrescue.com. Once it is received and processed, a SGAR representative will contact you shortly!
Tiger Lilly resides in Central Alabama but can easily be transported up North with a health certificate.
Adoption Fee In-State: $100.00
Adoption Fee Out-of-State: $250.00 (includes the additional costs of transportation and health certificate)
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Information on Transporting up North:
Our animals reside in caring foster homes in Central Alabama but can be adopted in or out of state. There are unfortunately no spay and neuter laws thus there is a severe over population of dogs and cats which results in high euthanasia rates. Transporting animals up to the North where there are spay and neuter allows, allows us to save more lives. Transports leave on Fridays and arrive on Saturdays. Animals come with a health certification signed by a vet and animals are dropped off at the designated state approved rescue transport stops.