already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
DOB 3/1/15 After seeing Minnie's shelter picture, we knew she needed out ASAP! She was so thin at only 25 lbs, and now after a lot of TLC from her foster, she is 40 lbs. Upon arriving on transport, she greeted everyone with tail wagging and kisses, she knew she was now safe. We think she might be Border Collie/Pit mix and about 1 yr old. After arriving at her foster home, she got to learn what being a puppy was all about, learning how to play and what a dog toy is. She has blossomed into a beautiful, happy, affectionate, active pup, who loves to go on walks. Minnie is not a fan of the crate, but doesn't need one since she does great without one. Cuddling up with her foster family at bed time, is one of her favorite things. Since she was an outside dog, she had to learn about housebreaking. She enjoys, is playful with and friendly with other dogs. Now that she has been shown what life should be like, she is looking for her forever family to continue showing her what love is. If interested in meeting Minnie or for more information please go to www.alwaysroom4morepaws.com to read about our adoption process. Here you will also find the application to fill out and send back. *Breed and age are a guess.
Always Room 4 More Paws is a small group of volunteers dedicated to rescuing and re-homing companion animals. Most of our animals are rescued from high kill shelters and are temporarily housed in a loving foster home until they find their forever home. Our foster homes provide love, socialization and start the animal on basic training. Since our animals are in foster homes, we are able to learn about their individual personalities which aids in making a great match with their forever family.
Always Room 4 More Paws is a not-for-profit tax exempt 501 (c) (3) organization. This status allows us to seek outside financial assistance. We do not receive any federal, state, or local funds. Nearly all of our funding is received from the general public through donations. Please visit our donation page to see how you can help and for information on our upcoming fundraisers.
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Once we have an approved application, we will set up a time and location for a meet and greet. We will also have some adoption events at the Petco on Randall, in South Elgin.
Our Adoption Process...
The first step in the adoption process is to complete and return an application. The application helps us learn a little bit about you and your family and lifestyle. This information aids in making sure that a suitable match is made and will result in a forever home for your new family member. Upon completion please email to email@example.com.
Please go to www.alwaysroom4morepaws.com to find our Adoption Application
After receipt and review of your application you will be contacted by us to discuss the animals available for adoption. Please be patient while we review your application. Please complete all sections so that we can ensure a suitable match between your lifestyle and the animals we have available. Once a possible match has been identified, we will set up a meeting. All members of the family (including any dogs in the family if you are looking to adopt a dog) are required to attend this initial meeting. Once a match has been obtained, the final step in the adoption process is the completion of a signed adoption contract and the payment of the adoption fee. Our adoption fees are:
$250 for dogs; $325 for puppies Your adoption fee helps to cover the following items for all animals as applicable: Spay/Neuter Surgery Rabies Vaccination Distemper Combo Vaccination Microchip Deworming Heartworm Test Flea/Tick Prevention Heartworm Preventative
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