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UPDATE-4/15-There are 2 puppies left out of the group. One male named Badger, and one female.
3/23- Fostered in Hay Market, VA
These adorable puppies were rescued out of a high kill shelter in Georgia. Little is known about this group, other than they were found abandonded without their momma. Each of these puppies looks a little different than the others.
In the one of all 4, from left to right is Reba, Badger, Samantha and Roxy. Reba and Roxy are very sweet natured little girls. They almost look identical, like little twins with their black and tan markings and little white paws. Samantha is a feisty little gal. She is all tan with a black muzzle and the scruff of her neck is a little black. Badger is a little stinker and a very curious boy! He has a great face that resembles a badger or Racoon! He is super cute and loves to follow somebody anyplace!. These little 8 week old pups are mostly potty trained too, and all of them have great temperaments! Theya are all about 5 lbs right now and will probably be 40 to 50 lbs full grown. The vets think they are Shepherd/husky/lab mixes.
These gorgeous little pups have obviously been through a rough time being left to fend for themselves. But they are safe now, and healthy happy babies. (these are the remaining 4 pups out of a litter of 8 )They appear to be Australian Shepherd, Boxer, and/or German Shepherd mixes. So they will likely be very energetic as they grow older and will need homes where they'll get plenty of daily exercise and obedience training.
The adoption fee for these dog is $350 each, covers the cost of routine vet care. This fee DOES NOT INCLUDE spay/neuter. If the animal you are adopting is not already spayed/neutered , you will be required to sign a contract legally obligating you to have the animal altered. MMR can provide you with low cost spay/neuter resources at one of our many vet partners.
***Note that puppy adoption fees most often help generate revenue that goes towards older, special needs animals that need our help, surgeries, heartworm treatment, boarding costs, etc....all things that often result in adoptable dogs left behind to be euthanized. So adopting a puppy saves not just one life, but many!***
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You can save animals like this one by becoming a foster! Fosters are like weigh stations between high kill shelters and forever homes. We need fosters so that we can save dogs before they are euthanized at the shelters. If you are interested in becoming a foster, please check out our information about fostering.