already spayed, housetrained, purebred, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
Best Breed Guess: chihuahua / rat terrier / mix
Age: senior (12 years) (estimated DOB 5/31/2004)
Comfortable with children: yes
Dog Friendly: yes, loves big dogs!!
Cat Friendly: yes
Fence Required: no
History: Local unclaimed stray
Adoption fee: $130 (Adoption fee includes all age appropriate vaccinations, heart-worm test, fecal test, microchip implant, and spay/neuter surgery.)
She is very sweet, likes to be held, roll in the grass, go on walks and LOVES her car rides.
Grandma is taking to some basic training and reminders really well so she understands how we work here. We have taken her on a couple of walks and she has lots of energy and loves to go on walks. She knows how to behave on a leash. She is perfectly potty trained and will whine when she needs to go. She likes the crate and whines for a few minutes but then settles well.
She is a little pup but has a big sweet personality. She will do well with almost anyone since she stands up for herself but is very sweet and loving at the same time.
Grandma just had a dental surgery done where her rotten teeth were removed and her remaining teeth are sparkly and white! Grandma has a heart murmur (which can be caused by poor dental hygiene so we are so happy she was able to have a dental), she had chest X-rays and her heart is normal size, which is great! No fluid in the lungs, no signs of heart failure!
Grandma was recently spayed and had some benign tumors removed. This girl is ready for a forever home!
From her foster: She is pretty indifferent to my other pets - dogs and cat. She is happy to co-exist. She likes her kennel and goes in it willingly. She is potty trained if on a regular schedule. She is great with everyone in the household including my 2-year old but she is really attached to me and seeks to be near me when possible. Pretty sure she is deaf and has some vision loss especially when there is little light for her to see. She is very sweet, likes to be held, roll in the grass, go on walks and LOVES her car rides.
Submit your adoption application (can be found at www.cornerofkindness.org) so you can connect with my foster family and ask them your questions about me and maybe you'll even come to meet me! An adoption application doesn't mean you have to adopt me, or that you're the only applicant- it just shows you're interested in me!
Corner of Kindness will forward your application to the foster parents who should contact you in 48 hours. Foster parents set up meet and greets so you can meet your potential new family member
If everyone feels it’s a good fit then you have a home visit completed
PLEASE APPLY ONLINE TO ASK QUESTIONS www.cornerofkindness.org due to the mass amounts of emails we get (and being all volunteers) we do not respond to inquiries.
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Corner of Kindness Adoption Process: PLEASE APPLY ONLINE TO ASK QUESTIONS www.cornerofkindness.org/forms/ due to the mass amounts of emails we get (and being all volunteers) we do not respond to inquiries. Corner of Kindness will forward your application to the foster parents who should contact you in 48 hours. Foster parents set up meet and greets so you can meet your potential new family member and if everyone feels it’s a good fit then you have a home visit done, sign an adoption contract, pay the adoption fee, and after that your new family member can join your household!
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