Larry, Moe, Curly, and Jo are siblings that were owner surrenders. They are your typical Beagles - happy go lucky, fun loving dogs. They're great dogs and will make great family pets. Jo, Beagle has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
Address: 860 Sparksville Rd. Sugarfoot Farm Columbia, KY 42728
About Our Rescue Group...
Sugarfoot Farm is located on 115 acres in Columbia, Kentucky. When we moved to Kentucky from Connecticut, we planned on continuing our horse breeding business as well as Australian Cattle Dog Rescue. Originally we rescued only ACD's but found it hard to say no to the other innocent faces pressed against the pens. So we opened up our rescue to all breeds and became SUGARFOOT FARM RESCUE.
SFR is a nonprofit, 100% volunteer organization. Our mission is to adopt animals in danger and provide for their health concerns. Our goal is to place all rescued animals into good homes.
Before an animal is adopted, they each receive a health exam, shots, wormer, and are spayed or neutered. Once an animal is safe and healthy, they are adopted out to families that will provide good homes for them.
We love our pets and want to adopt them out to people who will love them as much as we do!
SFR also offers low cost microchip services and spay/neuter vouchers.
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Come Meet Our Pets...
Our pets stay with us at SUGARFOOT FARM, 860 Sparksville Rd, Columbia, KY 42728.
Interested adopters are urged to call us at 270-378-4521
LIKE us: www.facebook.com/SugarfootFarmRescue
Our Adoption Process...
We do not have a set adoption fee and ask you for a reasonable donation to help us offset our costs. Please consider the fact that our dogs are vaccinated and spayed/neutered before they are adopted, as well as their daily care. This is all done at our expense.
All donations are accepted and appreciated. As a 501 (c)(3) Public Charity, donations are tax deductible (as allowed by law).
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