already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Introducing Alice. Alice is a friendly but shy girl who gets along well with other dogs and cats. She would do great with a family that can give her plenty of attention and positive reinforcement to help continue growing her confidence. She will truly blossom in time. As with many rescues, it's hard to determine her exact breed....maybe some shepherd? perhaps some basenji? Maybe some terrier? She's on the petite side at only 27 lbs. Her estimated year of birth is 2014. How wonderful it would be for Alice to have a home and family to call her own. If you are that special someone, please contact RickyC68@aol.com and please include a phone number where you can be reached. Thank you.
Smiling Dog Farms is a sanctuary for the forgotten, neglected and rejected. Our dogs come from shelters and rescues all across America. All dogs that are deemed adoptable are up to date on shots, spayed or neutered, and on heartworm prevention. Many of our dogs live in Wharton Texas, but we have very safe, reliable transport to the northeastern states.
Our sanctuary dogs that have been deemed “unadoptable” because they have bitten someone, or have other behavioral challenges, have a safe home with us for their lifetime and are also up to date on shots, sterilized and on heartworm prevention.
Our Adoption Process...
Most of the dogs that come to our Sanctuary have had a scary background of being left to die in animal shelters across the country. Understandably, we are very careful in our approving our adoptions as we are dedicated to ensuring that this dogs truly go to a "forever" home. As a result, our process is stringent, requiring an application, home visit, vet and reference checks and an adoption contract. We want the adoption to be a match made in heaven for both the new adoptive parents and the adopted dog.
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