11/3/16 Meet Bree and Basil! These gorgeous beaglador puppies have been in foster care far too long. They were born to an owner who did not take the responsibility to get their mom spayed and then wanted the easy way out by taking them to the shelter. Luckily, a wonderful foster and rescue group stepped in. Their brother and sister have been adopted, while ago but these two beautiful girls are still waiting for the perfect home. They are a little shy but so deserving of a real home. All it will take is a little love and reassurance and they will make the most wonderful and loyal family members. Would you consider providing them a forever or even foster home?
10/7/16 - Meet Bree!
Bree was lucky and although she came from an unwanted litter, she has spent her life in foster care rather than in a shelter. She is now 6 months old and weighs about 30 pounds. She loves to run and play and her favorite things are bouncy balls or anything that makes noise. She is a confident and independent girl who is ready to find her forever home!
The adoption fee of $425 includes age-appropriate vaccines, initial de-worming, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, USDA interstate health certificate (for transport only) and transport fee. Please go to our site for general information and the adoption application. fordogssakerescue.org. The application is the first step in all adoptions/inquiries. This is not a link; please type in into a new browser window. At this time, we are unable to adopt to Rhode Island residents. Please note: Pups marked “pending” are adopted but not yet traveled home. They are to be considered unavailable. Thank you. Additional information is available on our site fordogssakerescue.org.
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