already spayed, purebred, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
I am already spayed, purebred, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
Update 5/12/2016 I have exciting news…I went into a prison training program. I graduated today. I am now house trained, leash trained, crate trained, know all my basic obedience, be able to work on an agility course and can show you a few tricks too.
My name is April and I came to the rescue after we were taken from a place called a hoarder. Seventeen of us furry kids were taken away that day but I had brand new babies with me. They didn't even have their eyes open yet so I had to protect them. Well they are all gone now and I have just been waiting for a home of my own. I am about three years old and weigh about seven pounds. I confess, I don't like children. I like other dogs but a fairly quiet home.
I have been spay, vaccinated and microchipped. The first step in adoption is to complete an application at www.dogsasfamily.org. My adoption fee is 150.00. I do want to be part of your family but it may take a little while for me to trust you and them I can love you forever.
After years of experience volunteering with other rescues I have chosen to have a small rescue that I can directly help unwanted dogs. There are so many mixed breeds that need homes I am not breed specific. I try to stop and pick up the strays or unwanted dogs no matter what there condition is and rehabilitate those that need it and completely vet everyone, then rehome no matter how long that takes. Everything I do is for the dogs because I beleive there is a home for them if you are just patient and take the time to work with each dog.
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