Angel is a 3 leg puppy!! and adorable!! Angel is a 5 month old miniature Labradoole with Border Terrier rescued male puppy!! that is ready for adoption. He will remain small size below 25 lbs.
He runs with no limitations and jumps and plays with dogs and cats as well!!
Angel is off white with beige colors on him.
He doesn't know he is missing a back leg - he has no limitations in being a normal puppy!!
He is the happiest, and most loving puppy you would ever want to meet!
He has received his sets of vaccinations and de-wormings,he has been neutered.
He eat only healthy, grain free dry puppy food. He enjoys his treats and apples.
He is very sweet. He is also super intelligent, easy to train and highly submissive.
This special cutie would be a perfect family member; he is loyal and loving. Don't miss your opportunity to adopt this adorable 3 LEG rescued puppy - :)
For faster response reply directly to our foster/rescuer at
or call 619-576-0747.
Pets are scheduled by appointment (times are flexible). This process allows potential adopters to spend adequate time with their prospective pet and prevents long wait times. Or came and meet us at WEEKLY adoption events.
All interested parties must fill out an Adoption Application, which will be reviewed to find the best possible match. You can find our application online or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our adoption fee helps to defray the costs of medical care, supplies and boarding while the rescued pets are in our care.
Animal Advocates of the USA is a 501c3 non-profit organization that seeks to reduce unnecessary euthanasia of dogs and cats in at-risk situations and provides free spay/neuter in the poorest areas of Mexico to reduce the unwanted population of dogs and cats. We don't have a shelter; we provide individual love and care for our rescued pets at foster's homes. Please call 619 576-0747 or 619-616-7605 to ask for our available rescued pets. Thank you for helping a rescued pet!!
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