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My name is Riley!

Pomeranian Dog for adoption in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - Riley
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I'm being cared for by:
Pawsitively Pom Rescue Inc.

Facts about Riley

  • Breed: Pomeranian
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 8613631
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Peyton and Riley go together like peas and carrots and stick together like two peas in a pod!!  These two have been together their entire lives and may even be father and daughter.  They are very much bonded and must be adopted together.

 

We rushed in to rescue these precious Pommys when their owner posted them on Craigslist with the possibility of Peyton being pregnant, as we didn't want them to fall into the wrong hands.  A month later Peyton went into heat and we couldn't be more happier that she wasn't subjected to bearing another litter of pups.

 

A HOME WITHOUT YOUNG CHILDREN/GRANDCHILDREN IS REQUIRED TO ADOPT PEYTON AND RILEY.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

Both have the sweetest dispositions, but were obviously not socialized or cared for much in their previous home.  They need a quiet home and someone willing to help them work through their fears of this world.  It's very easy to see that they both want to break free of the mental anguish that binds them, they just need that patient, caring person to get them over the hurdle.

 

Peyton is approx. 4 years old and weighs 8 pounds while Riley is approx. 5 years old and weighs 12 lbs.  Both are kind, gentle and very quiet; however, Peyton does get very excited when you first come home and will bark for a few minutes to let you know how happy she is to see you.  Peyton is afraid of steps and will need carried up/down while Riley does them like a pro.  Both love the outdoors and a quiet, corner to lay in when indoors.  They have come so far with housetraining, but still require patience and consistency.

 

Riley was diagnosed with degenerative disc disease when a disc ruptured in his middle back.  This was surgically corrected and requires no further attention.  He has narrowed disc spaces throughout his spine and would do best in a ranch home and "scooped" up when intending to hold him, rather than being picked up under his chest.

 

Peyton and Riley are both crate trained, current on vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella), spayed and neutered, microchipped, and have had bloodwork, fecal and heartworm tests, and dentals.  Riley has also seen a board-certified neurologist and has been MRI'd from head to toe with two spinal taps.  To adopt these special Pommys, submit on online application at http://PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org.  Their adoption fee is $200/each (discounted to $150/each for senior citizens 65+).



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About Pawsitively Pom Rescue Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Pawsitively Pom Rescue is dedicated to nurturing the souls of abandoned Pomeranians, one dog at a time. We provide a safe haven and loving environment where these beautiful creatures can begin to heal and learn to trust until their forever home is found.

Come Meet Our Pets...

All Pawsitively Poms are located in loving foster homes in Pennsylvania. If you are interested in adopting through Pawsitively Pom, we will make arrangements with you to meet the dog prior to adoption.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fee of $250 includes vaccinations, heartworm and fecal tests, spay/neuter, and microchip. The adoption process consists of an application, reference checks, telephone interview, and home visit; there are no exceptions.

To be considered as an adopter, you must: be at least 21 years old; possess a valid driver's license with current address; obtain the consent of your landlord, if relevant; and be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide medical treatment, proper nourishment and care, and training for your new pet.