Ritter is a calm, shy little fuzzball. He is four years old Norfolk Terrier mix who weighs 14 pounds. He needs a special home that will work with him to help him become more trusting around folks. He needs a quiet adult home with lots of love; he should not be around young children. If you are willing to put in the time to help this guy come out of his shell, you will be blessed with a loving little companion. An experienced dog owner would best.
Ritter is being fostered in the Smoky Mountains, Tennessee and will be transported when adopted. Please visit OUR website at www.LoveHandlers.org where you can complete an online application by clicking on the 'Adoption' link at the top of the screen. This dog is UpToDate on shots and is HW neg.
Thank you for your interest in a dog adoption from LoveHandlers Animal Sanctuary. LoveHandler dogs are healthy (unless a disability is noted) and have been spayed/neutered, up-to-date on shots and heartworm negative. They are being fostered in the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee and will be transported when adopted. They will be bathed and nails clipped, with flea guard and a new collar with tag. Please note that LoveHandlers.org must be very thorough in finding out all it can about an adoptive situation before releasing a dog to someone's care. It is important for LoveHandlers.org to check veterinarian references. To begin the process of adopting a pet from LoveHandlers an Adoption Application Contract Package must be completed. Please contact us at LoveHandlers@live.com. The completion and return of the application does not guarantee adoption; you will be contacted for a phone interview should the adoption proceed.
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