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My name is Gypsy!

Beagle/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Princeton, West Virginia - Gypsy
Photo 1 - Beagle/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Princeton, West Virginia - Gypsy
Photo 2 - Beagle/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Princeton, West Virginia - Gypsy
Photo 3 - Beagle/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Princeton, West Virginia - Gypsy
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I'm being cared for by:
Southern WV Animal League

Facts about Gypsy

  • Breed: Beagle/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
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Important Note

Gypsy is best friends with Bucky. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Gypsy & Bucky both prefer to stay in their private corner of the kennel so in order to work on socialization their foster mom usually crawls in there with them. Buck enjoys being petted and loved on but little Gypsy is still very anxious about it. Neither have ever threatened to bite. Foster mom said, "They will eat snacks from my hand all day long and wag their tails and bark when they hear our car coming up the driveway." Gypsy relies heavily on Buck as her security blanket so they are being offered as a bonded pair so they will be adopted together. The perfect adopter would keep them inside so they can be around people more. We don't think it would take long for them to come out of their shells - especially Buck, who is fairly well laid back. Buck y has a really cool bark!

The adoption fee for a bonded pair of dogs is $250 and that includes:
• veterinarian examination
• current vaccines
• current flea, intestinal parasite, and heartworm prevention
• spay/neuter
• a microchip for identification if ever lost or stolen
• current heartworm test

Our animals are listed on facebook.com/swval, petfinder.com, rescueme.org & adoptapet.com.

Since we do not have a physical location our pets are in foster homes, some as far as 2 hours from Princeton, where we are based and do our adoptions. Therefore we require an approved adoption application in order to meet a pet.* This will also allow immediate possession of a pet if, at the meeting, it's decided the pet is a match. *submitting an application does not obligate one to adopt but a meeting will only be arranged for serious applicants.

In order to adopt, fill out the adoption application from our website or email us at adopt.swval@gmail.com and we’ll send you an application!

About Southern WV Animal League

About Our Rescue Group...

The Southern WV Animal League was formed when a group of friends, who have a huge love for needy animals, came together as one.
Our mission is to provide animals in need with healthcare, shelter, socialization, LOVE, and ultimately their forever home!

Please recommend the Southern WV Animal League
to any and everyone you know who is looking for, has lost, or doesn’t even know yet that they need a furry companion to share their life with!

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

Since we do not have a physical location our pets are in foster homes, some as far as 2 hours from Princeton, where we are based and do our adoptions. Therefore we require an approved adoption application in order to meet a pet. This will also allow immediate possession of a pet if, at the meeting, it's decided the pet is a match. Submitting an application does not obligate one to adopt but a meeting will only be arranged for serious applicants.

Our Adoption Process...

Our organization is totally a volunteer effort so please be patient as it may take up to 48 hours to receive a response. We do, of course, value your inquiry and will get to you as quickly as possible.

Adoption fees:
Cats- $100 which includes:
an examination by a veterinarian,
all vaccines, feline leukemia, immunodeficiency virus, and heartworm test, spay/neuter and microchip.
All cats must live indoors upon adoption!

Dogs- $125 which includes:
an examination by a veterinarian, all vaccines,
tested for heartworm, lyme, ehrlichia, and anaplama disease, spay/neuter, and microchip for identification purposes.
All small dogs must live indoors, all others must have adequate outdoor shelter, although we prefer they also be able to live indoors with their families.

We sometimes have rabbits, rats, gerbils & guinea pigs.