found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Calypso's name is actually bigger than she is! In fact, at three months old, her body is still struggling to be as big as a a soda can. She will grow a little bit more but will stay extra small is our guess.
Calypso is one sweet thing with an extra dose of love in that tiny body. She is definitely a go getter and a bundle of fun. This little girl gets around! You will find yourself hard-pressed to be sad or upset with her bubbly spirit anywhere nearby.
Calypso is as house-trained as a three month old tiny dog can be, though her new people will need to continue her training to continue her good habits. She will sleep overnight in a crate without a peep until she definitely needs out. Big dogs? She thinks they are great as long as they are kind and respectful of her. Small children? If you are willing to supervise so she doesn't get hurt she thinks they are great as well (she lives in a foster home with a one-year-old).
If you are interested in adopting Calypso please read on or go to the Adoption Process page of our website - throwmeabonedogrescue.org.
All potential adopters are expected to complete an application and provide pictures of their yard, patio, and/or balcony making sure we can see the fence line and/or railing. The application can be completed and submitted from our website - throwmeabonedogrescue.org - and is found under Resources. Applications will be reviewed for approval before setting an appointment to come meet and possibly adopt the dog of interest. In addition, those who live in a rental property are expected to provide proof that they are allowed to have a dog where they live.
Each of our rescued dogs has been de-wormed if necessary, de-flea'd (with topical treatment if old enough, and by medicated bath if too young), spayed/neutered, microchipped, is up to date on shots, and has been fully examined by a veterinarian. In addition, each adopted dog comes with a starter baggie of the food it has been eating, a few treats for training purposes, a rawhide chew, a lead and collar, and a folder containing pertinent records.