Peppy is fresh out of the shelter as this cute six-year-old Dachshund is a sweetheart. She loves everybody and seems to get along great with other dogs.
Spayed Microchip, Adult vaccines are all current. She gets along great with all the dogs and loves people. She is very well behaved. please complete adoption application at http://www.floridapointerrescue.com/adoptionform. Adoption fee is $250 and she is located in New Smyrna Beach FL and can be seen at anytime with a completed adoption application or at our weekly Adoption Event every Sat at New Smyrna Beach Pet Supermarket 11- to 3 pm, 1938 State Road 44, New Smyrna Beach FL 32168.
Florida Pointer Rescue dogs are fostered in private homes and are temperament tested and socialized with other dogs and people. They are all fully vetted, spayed, neutered, current on all shots, on heartworm and flea preventive and heartworm tested. Most are crate trained. The adoptable dogÂs profiles and pictures can be view under the photos section of our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/floridapointerrescue.
There is no public facility. Adopters can attend our Saturday adoption event or qualified applicants can be scheduled to meet dogs at their foster homes. Florida Pointer Rescue dogs are fostered in private homes, temperament tested,socialized with other dogs and people, fully vetted, spayed/neutered, current on age appropriate vaccines, on heartworm and flea preventive, heartworm tested and adopters receive 30 day FREE health insurance.
Adoptable dogs and pups can be seen at our weekly Adoption Event every Saturday at the Pet Supermarket in New Smyrna Beach 10-3 pm. 1938 State Road 44, New Smyrna Beach FL 32168. Or on site by appointment only. Florida Pointer Rescue 386 361 4180
Adoption Process can be started by completing an application at
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