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Name: Jim Bob
Breed: German Shepherd/Hound/Catahoula
Approximate Age: 6 months
Approximate Weight: 50 Lbs
Currently Living at: Arriving 08/06/16
Meet Josey’s Pups! Eight adorable puppies, six girls and two boys. They are German Shepherd and hound? Catahoula? Whatever they are, they are darling! Each pup has a unique coloring but they all are sweet, happy and loving babies.
Jim Bob loves going for car rides and would do best in a home with a doggie sibling! Get your application in today!
Request more information about Josey’s Jim Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org
Like most puppies, Jim Bob will need to work on housetraining. Jim Bob will also need to go to obedience school to grow into a well-socialized dog! As these puppies are very young, they will need proper vetting within 3 days after adoption to start up a relationship with your vet, and to check on any concerns.
The adoption fee for puppies less than 6 months old is $350, which includes the cost of routine vetting, including age appropriate vaccinations and spay/neuter. Puppies under 4 months of age may go to adoptive homes before they are spayed/neutered. Adopters who choose to adopt a puppy that has not yet been spayed/neutered are subject to an additional deposit of $100 (refundable upon proof of spay/neuter.) Included in the adoption fee, the rescue will arrange spay/neuter by a partner vet at the adopter's convenience when the puppy is between 4-6 months of age. It is the responsibility of the adopter to bring the adopted puppy back to the rescue vet for spaying/neutering or to send verification from another vet that the puppy had been spayed/neutered.
If you are interested in adopting, please fill out the application online at http://www.dogsxlrescue.org/adopt/adoption-questionnaire
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