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Collie mix pups!ADOPTED!'s Story...
OUR COLLIE MIX PUPS HAVE ALL BEEN ADOPTED!Pal's Place rescue would love to introduce you to four of some of the cutest little puppies we've ever seen! These little guys are about 8 weeks old right now and weigh about 8 pounds. There are two males and two females in the litter. The two little girls are the sable ones that look more like Collies and the two males are the tricolor ones that look more like Border Collies. They were rescued from an open-intake shelter in Kentucky. An overcrowded, stressful pound is no place for pups. We heard there story and brought them up to a wonderful foster home in Chicago to await meeting their forever families. It appears the pups are Collie mixes and we are expecting them to be medium sized dogs when fully grown (40-50 pounds). They are all very sweet, curious, playful and affectionate pups. They will make wonderful companions for active families! We place a 14 day medical hold on all rescued puppies to try and ensure they are not incubating any serious illnesses before being placed. These adorable little muppets will be ready to leave for the homes the weekend of August 21st. They will have had at least two series of puppy vaccines and de-wormer and a microchip before being placed. They will also be spayed/neutered. Their adoption donation is $375 and it helps to offset their medical expenses while in our care. For more info or for an adoption application, please email email@example.com
• The adoption donation for each pup is $375. This donation helps to cover their spays/neuters, initial vaccines, initial worming and microchip. Pal's Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like this little family from euthanasia.
• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes the applications end up in there!