Moe is one of 4 sweet itty bitty boy puppies looking for his forever home! He and his brothers were a litter that wasn't meant to happen (Paws Crossroads will be helping with Mommy and Daddy's sterilzation surgeries), and their owners came to us to find the perfect families to adopt them!
As of 8/29/16, the pups are 9 weeks of age. They range in weight from 1 to 4 pounds right now, being a mix of miniature pinscher and cairn terrier mix. Mom & Dad are both under 15 pounds. They have wonderful temperaments and are used to being handled and live with multiple other pets.
As can be expected, the pups have a ways to go until they are both big enough, and learn a little more, before they will be considered housebroken. They are playful and spunky, sweet and adorable and will make a great addition to the right homes.
Because of their very small size, we are seeking homes with older children and/or those who are already accustomed to similarly sized canines.
The pups have received their first exam, vaccines, microchip, fecal testing, deworming, and have been treated for fleas and ticks, and free pet health insurance (30 days) will be issued with adoption. Neutering by 6 months of age is required (at the expense of the adopter).
If you would be interested in meeting or adopting, please complete our adoption application at www.pawscrossroads.org. The adoption donation is $225.
Please note that we do not have a shelter or facility - our animals are kept in private foster homes.
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Please note, we do not have a shelter or public location. This means there are no 'Hours of Operation'. If you want to adopt or meet an animal, you must follow the above procedure.
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