Hi, my name is Latte! I was found as a stray and turned in to a shelter in February 2016. Because I was found to be heartworm positive the shelter would only release me to a rescue organization. Someone must have been routing for me because an angel from Little Paws pulled me out of the shelter and saw to it that I got vaccinated, spayed and treated for the heartworms.
I am 7 years old, but my foster mom and dad tell everyone that I don’t act like I am 7. I am a very good girl, but I’d rather not live with another female dog. I would really love a home where I can be a spoiled happy girl. I would be ok with a brother (see my pic napping with my easy going foster brother). There are no children or cats at my foster home, so I don’t know how I will react to them, but it may be best if I go to a home with no 2-legged children. I am house trained and also crate trained.
I am now waiting my 6-month re-check to ensure that I’m negative (I will need to be retested in September 2016), but so far everything is looking good for my full recovery.
I’m looking for my own forever home with my very own mom and dad to love and spoil me.
If you want more information about me please contact my foster dad John at email@example.com
Fill out an adoption application http://littlepawsdachshundrescue.rescuegroups.org/forms/form_humanverify?formid=2724
Adoption Fee: $275.00 + $35.00 for a health certificate if going over state lines (required by law). Dogs adopted in New England are subject to additional rules and regulations by the state departments of agriculture. Complying with these regulations is expensive for our rescue, and all dogs adopted in New England states are subject to an additional $125 fee to help cover a portion of these expenses.
TRANSPORTATION HELP! If you see a furbaby that would be a match for your family, please don’t let distance stand in the way of your adoption. LPDR can work with you to have a volunteer transport to assist with transportation or refer you to a paid transport.
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