THANK YOU for wanting a RESCUED DOG/PUP!!!!
THEIR LIVES DEPEND ON IT!!!
This beautiful purebred rat terrier is named Milo. He is about 3 yrs old and house/crate trained, a really happy boy! His owner cannot keep him and really really wants him to find the home that will love him forever! Milo is good with other dogs, and all people. He grew up with kitties ... so introduce and we're fine! Milo is about 25# full grown, is very healthy and happy and has the teeth of a year old dog!! If you love the rat terrier breed, HURRY, Milo will be adopted quickly!!! Please email Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
GOD'S DOGS Rescue, in San Antonio TX, does not have a shelter - all of our dogs are raised in foster homes in the San Antonio area. Each dog comes spayed or neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations that are appropriate for their age, microchipped, heartworm tested and on current on monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventative. ALL OF THIS IS INCLUDED IN THE ADOPTION FEE OF $200.00 FOR LOCAL DOGS AND PUPPIES! Medical records will come with each dog at the time of adoption.
IF THIS IS AN OUT OF STATE ADOPTION, TRANSPORT TO YOU is included in the adoption fee of $400.00 for adult dogs and $450.00 for puppies. We transport to the NE or NW.
All our dogs are socialized and we try to provide you a good understanding of the dog’s personality. Please visit our website for more information about what we do; http://www.yourtxrescueconnection.org/. You will also find helpful information about transport, our adoption application and pictures of our all our dogs/pups looking for homes!!
Please fill out the application to begin the process to adopt one of our pups or dogs and contact DEBBIE DAVIS at LINCORJACK@YAHOO.COM,or JULI MARCHBANKS at GODSDOGSJULI@YAHOO.COM.
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