I'm being cared for by: For the Love of Paws K-9 Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Hecate
Breed: Australian Shepherd/Corgi Mix
Color: White - With Black
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
good with dogs and not good with cats.
I am good with dogs and not good with cats.
Hello everybody! My name is Hecate! I'm about one year old and am a good ol' all-American mix! My foster mom thinks I'm corgi mixed with Aussie, with maybe some lab in there, too! I'm a very energetic and loving young girl (and don't forget adorable!) who just finished weaning five puppies! I'm sure glad that's over! I was house trained before my puppies, but I was so busy being a mom that my potty training has regressed some so I may still need work in this department! I've had my booster shot but my vetting needs to be finished upon adoption. My adoption fee will be $150 and will cover all my vet costs including all necessary shots, spay, heartworm test and microchip. Apply to adopt me today before somebody else scoops me up! If you do not see an "Apply to Adopt" button on this page, please go to http://www.adoptapet.com/for-the-love-of-paws-k-9-rescue/pet/hecate/ & click on "Apply to Adopt" to fill out an application.
We do this because we love dogs & there are way too many that need a loving home!
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Please call or email to set up a time to come meet our dogs. Please understand we are home-based & work full-time so appointments are necessary & are typically scheduled for evenings & weekends.
Our Adoption Process...
The first step is to fill out our adoption application. This is usually discussed during a verbal interview process. We then schedule a meet & greet for you / your family to meet the dog you are interested in adopting. If the meet & greet goes well & everything checks out, an adoption application & fee is then required. Once all paperwork is submitted & the adoption fee paid, your new baby is ready to go home!
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