Banjo was found running loose at Sycuan Indian Reservation and had to be trapped due to his extremely shy and sensitive nature. Since his months at Four Paws, he has become a bit more comfortable around people and can now walk on a leash. Banjo loves the company of other dogs and will need to live in a home with another dog. He will need an experienced owner who is comfortable working with an under-socialized dog. For further information on Banjo, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Rebecca at (619) 851-1129.
Banjo's adoption fee is $200.00.
All of our dogs are in private volunteer foster homes, and as such these individuals are most qualified to answer any questions regarding the dog.
Please download our Adoption Application at our website, www.fourpawsrescue.org. Complete and email it back to us at email@example.com. We do not have a central shelter or kennel locations - You must make a private one-on-one meet and greet appointment with each individual dog at the foster family's convenience. To protect our foster families' privacy, we must have an approved adoption application on file before we release their contact information. All of our dogs are (spayed/neutered), micro chipped and up to date on their vaccines. We have a 2 week foster-to-adopt period to make sure the dog is a good fit for your family. Adoption fees vary from dog-to-dog, Pure-breeds adoption fee will vary. Please note that an approved application DOES NOT guarantee that the dog will be placed with you. The final decision rests with our fosters, as they know the dogs the best, and please be aware that there may be other applicants interested in the same dog. We continue accepting applications on a dog until the dog is placed with the new adoptive family in their home. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact Rebecca at 619-851-1129 or Debbie at 619-283-1364.
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