That face! So sweet and sincere. <3 Bowie is a long and lean cuddle machine who is always looking for someone to snuggle up against. His sister Jennifer is his bestie for playtime and naptime. He is a chill little dude who loves exploring small cave-like spaces and climbing mountains of laundry that you’ve left on the floor. And did I mention the eyes!? Greenish-gray eyes will instantly draw you in for sleepy time kisses and hugs. Bowie is a hearty eater and will finish every drop you give him and more, feeding his muscular physique and growing big and strong every day.
More info and pics of Bowie coming soon!
NOTE: If the dog appears on this site, he/she is still available. If you are interested, please apply online: http://bit.ly/1U53D0q
The adoption fee for puppies is $175. They are dewormed, up to date on vaccinations and will come with a spay/neuter voucher as well as a microchip voucher. Adopters will need to ensure the second and third booster shots are done when needed (usually 11-12 weeks and again at 15-16 weeks) as well as rabies which can be done between 16-20 weeks. Our rescue stays in touch with adopters to help with any training support as well as to ensure that all vetting is completed for puppies.
Please note: ALL puppies need regular one on one attention from the family. They need to be socialized, potty trained, played with and learn the structure and rules of the home. They cannot be left more than a few hours at a time. If your work keeps your away from the house for more than 4 hours of the day, a puppy is not the best pet option for you or your family. Older dogs can stay alone for a longer period of time, especially if they have another pet to keep them company. Dogs left alone for too long quickly become stressed, depressed and anxious which leads to destructive and inappropriate behaviors. This is not a happy combination for anyone. We adopt out our rescue dog to be long term members of your family so we have to take all these factors into consideration when reviewing applications.
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