already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Fawn Lily the Man's Info...
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Fawn Lily the Man's Story...
Fawn Lily the Man's Story...
I'm one of the Lily Transport!
In 2014 Joyful Rescues returned from Tennessee with a little dog they called Fuzzy. One look at her photo and we knew she was "the one". Every day with this happy pup, now named Lily, reminds us of the tremendous gift Joyful Rescues gave us by saving her life. So we dedicate this transport to Lily so that she, along with us, can "pay it forward" giving more beautiful animals a chance at a happy life. Sincerely The Artful Gardener (727 Mt. Hope Ave., Rochester, NY)
Fawn was born about June 18, 2014 and weighs about 8 lbs. He is wonderful with other dogs and did enter the southern shelter with her dog friend. We feel he would be OK with or without another dog in her next life. he is very sweet to all of us, but rather on the shy side at first. Please understand that we have no prior knowledge of this dog and we will be learning as we go and so will you.
Update from foster mom: Oh, my goodness! I just can't believe nobody's scooped up this precious little one! He loves to snuggle and be held, and has the sweetest disposition. Fawn is a perfect name for him, because he curls up and snuggles in with me just like a tiny baby deer with his momma. He gets along nicely with our other dogs, but I agree he'd also be fine as an "only" dog
Fawn likes to sleep with me at night, under the covers, nestled between my knees and feet. When he comes out of the covers, please put him down for a moment to potty. I previously said he wouldn't jump down by himself, but guess what? Now he does! So no more accidents on the bed! Good boy, Fawn! He seems to prefer pottying on something soft, like his dog bed or blanket, so unless you're watching him I'd suggest keeping him away from carpeted areas, and if you do buy a dog bed for him be sure it will fit in your washer...just in case! Of course, a soft blanket folded up on the floor will work nicely, too...and be easy to wash! He did use a potty pad when I removed the "softer" options!
If you are looking for a tiny dog who will worship you and be content in your arms or on your lap and wants someone to love in return, this is the dog! He's a little sweetheart, and I'm sure he won't be with me very long before someone makes him their very own. If we were younger, and didn't already have so many dogs, he'd never leave us!
The Adoption Fee for this dog is $250.00.
Adoptions fees vary based on adoptability. In general our fees include spay/neuter, all age appropriate vaccines, Home Again micro-chipping & registration, worming & flea control - a "complete" pet. We accept CASH or Visa/Mastercard ONLY.
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