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Selma is a 4-5 year old Chihuahua, min pin mix, weighing about 13 lbs. She is a sweet girl that loves to cuddle under the covers and hold hands. She is a little weary of strangers but is quick to warm up. We think that she is momma to Heide. They are very close but would do best in separate homes of their own. Heide has been spayed, UTD on vaccines, heartworm tested, and micro chipped in preparation for adoption. Her adoption donation is $200. The first step to adopting or fostering for Guardians of the Green Mile is to complete our Adoption/Foster application. Click on this link to access the form http://jotform.us/form/43196636952162 www.gotgm.org
All of GOTGM pets are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. We do not adopt to households with pets who have not been spayed and/or neutered unless there is a medical reason. All pets will be fully vetted, UTD on vaccines, micro chipped, treated for parasites, and heartworm tested before adoption. Puppies that are too young for spay/neuter surgery at time of adoption will have the requirement and date included in their adoption contract. Adoption donation is $200 for dogs over 1 year old and $300 for puppies/dogs under 1 year old.
The first step to adopting or fostering from Guardians of the Green Mile is to complete our Adoption/Foster Application. Click on this link to access the online form, http://www.jotform.us/Gotgm/Adoption_Application
We are 100% volunteer operated and will process your application within a few days to a week depending on volunteer availability. We will be checking with your veterinarian and personal references. Applicants will be interviewed and require a home visit before being approved to adopt or foster a dog from GOTGM. Applicants must be 21 or older.
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