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Melba is 5 year old Great Dane. She was used as a breeder in a puppy mill. She recently had her last litter. Now she doesn't ever have to worry about puppies again. Melba will be spayed, wormed, microchipped, UTD on rabies, kennel cough, and distemper vaccines, heartworm tested, and teeth cleaned. Approved application does apply. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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They Deserve Better Dog Rescue is a 501c nonprofit organization. A group of foster homes joining together to help dogs find forever homes where they can be part of the family.
WE ARE NOT A SHELTER.
Some of our dogs are rescues from puppy mills who have had to endure having multiple litters of pups and deplorable living conditions. Some dogs are taken from kill shelters to prevent euthanasia and give them a second chance or taken in on owner relinquishments or owner abuse cases. ALL pets are spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and recieve any other medical needs.
We require a adoption donation. Fees may vary. Normally fees run $350-450 with puppies being higher. This is to cover any medical fees, transporting to us and other expenses incurred for these dogs and future care for the next one. Some of the animals that come to us are sometimes costly with vet bills due to poor conditions they were kept in. Our goal is to place these animals as healthy and happy companions.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES AND APPLICATIONS GO TO OUR HOME WEBSITE: theydeservebetterdogrescue.org
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