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Jessa is a 3-year-old (estimate), 9 pound Yorkie female being fostered near Murfreesboro TN. Her adoption fee is $450 and includes all care, spay, dental, microchipping, immunizations. All adoptions through United Yorkie Rescue require a Vet reference, personal references and a home visit.
Jessa was doomed to life in a Puppy Mill. Poor Jessa was found living a dirty, urine and feces strewn building along with many other small breed dogs. Her only worth was in giving birth to litter after litter of puppies which could be sold to unsuspecting buyers for a lot of money. Her fate was sealed until neighbors reported suspected animal neglect to law enforcement and an amazing group called the Animal Rescue Corps was contacted by law enforcement for assistance. Jessa and many other small breed dogs were rescued from the Puppy Mill and will now have a chance for a normal life as a cherished family member. When Jessa was rescued she had recently delivered a litter of 7 puppies. Jessa has finished nursing the pups but is currently is being treated for a uterine infection. In two weeks when the infection is cleared Jessa will be spayed. She will also receive a dental cleaning and have her microchip inserted. About 2 weeks later Jessa will be healthy enough to be adopted, which means that Jessa will be ready to leave for her new forever home around the last week of July.
Jessa is just the sweetest little Yorkie girl EVER! She loves to just lay on her person and fall asleep with her head on your shoulder. You see, Jessa never had a human to really love her and dote on her. She craves the comfort and presence of her person and gets very attached to them. Jessa lives in a home with many other animals including both large and small breed dogs and also cats. She is very gentle with everyone so far. She has a good appetite. Jessa is not house trained at all since she came from a Puppy Mill where all her life was lived in a small cage. Her foster parents are working with her to learn this new behavior but she will need a loving patient person who understands the challenges of life in a Puppy Mill. Jessa’s best home is one where there are people around a lot. More than any other things, Jessa needs to give and receive love and attention. Jessa didn’t come this far to live life alone……she needs people. Also, Jessa is not leash trained; this is another skill she will be working on but right now this is all very foreign to her. If you think you are Jessa’s perfect person, then you can go ahead and apply to adopt her knowing she won’t be ready to leave her foster home until late July.