BO PEEP NEEDS A FOSTER OR LOVING FOREVER HOME!!!
Fosters make it possible for Dogs XL to save and care for homeless and abandoned dogs! To learn about fostering dogs like Bo Peep, please contact us at http://www.dogsxlrescue.org/volunteer/foster
Name: Bo Peep
Breed: Shepherd Mix
Approximate Age: Young
Approximate Weight: 63 Lbs
Currently Living at: Arriving 09/12/15
Meet Bo Peep, a German Shepherd and a world class snuggler! This sweet girl loves going for runs on her leash with her foster parents and would enjoy having a doggie sibling to play with. Bo Peep has a wonderful personality and a sweet disposition. She is energetic and likes to keep busy which helped make her a great mom to her six pups. Bo Peep is looking for a new home with a yard to run in and an active family to keep her busy. She loves to run and could be a great partner for someone on a daily run. Bo Peep is very smart and she learns quickly which helps with her training. She loves attention and affection and she enjoys being with people (especially the ones who give her treats!), though she would prefer a home without cats or children. Bo Peep is a real gem of a girl. Please be the attentive family that deserves this loving, loyal beauty! Request more information about Bo Peep at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bo Peep needs a foster or a loving forever home to lavish love and attention on her. Please open your heart and home to Bo Peep!
The adoption fee for this dog is $300, which includes the cost of heartworm treatment and routine vetting, including vaccinations and spay/neuter.
If you are interested in adopting, please fill out the application online at http://www.dogsxlrescue.org/adopt/adoption-questionnaire
Thank you for considering adoption and helping to save a life!
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