I'm good puppy Andrea, and I need a good home. My brothers, sisters and I were brought to Ahimsa Rescue by a kind person who helped us get into rescue. Our story is a happy story; however, it did not begin that way. You see our mother did not have that operation she needed to be spayed, and we were born with no place to go until Ahimsa Rescue Foundation took us in. Thank goodness for Ahimsa Rescue Foundation! Anyway...please tell everyone you know to have their pets spayed and neutered so other puppies and kittens are not born with no place to go.
All my brothers and sisters have been adopted, and I'm so happy for them. I'm happy for me too because I get to stay a while longer at Ahimsa Rescue. Foster mother is very nice, and I have lots of friends at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation but I do need my very own forever home. I'm a good puppy and I get along well with other dogs and cats. I'm very smart too. If you need a good puppy like me please come soon.
approx. DOB: June 2016
IMPORTANT: If you are interested in adopting a pet from Ahimsa Rescue, an on-line adoption form is required. Ahimsa's pets live at private homes in foster care. Once an application is received an approved a convenient time is set to meet and adopt the pet. Please complete the on line adoption application at: www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org to begin the adoption process.
Ahimsa Rescue Foundation is an all volunteer, foster-based rescue in Muldrow, OK. Our pets will be fully vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and microchipped before the adoption becomes final. Adult dogs are heart worm negative and on preventative. To start the process please visit our website and fill out the adoption application at www.ahimsarescuefoundation
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