already spayed, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Honestly, getting pictures this precious little peanut was NOT an easy task! Winnie is a young beagle who found herself in the pound after following her nose. No chip and no family to claim her means she is in the market for a new home! One with a secure yard that will allow to roam freely with her nose to the ground without the ability to wander away! Between the velvety soft fur, the wrinkles around her face and the her simple adorableness, I can't think of another reason to not fall in love with her. She is good with other dogs and loves toys! She is a bit timid at first, but she enjoys attention and affection! Seriously, what's not to love?!
Wild Dog Rescue works closely with local rescue groups, shelters, and the many caring people in the area to provide hope and love to the abused, abandoned, and stray animals throughout West Michigan. Wild Dog Rescue is able to provide loving care and shelter for animals in need while they wait for a permanent home, as well as a comfortable place where people interested in adopting a pet in need can spend time with each of them.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Wild Dog Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that relies on donations for the continued care of the animals. The rescue is located at 2525 Blue Star Highway Fennville, MI 49408. All visits are by appointment only. For further information or to schedule a visit with one of our adoptable dogs, please email email@example.com or call us at (269)205-3646.
Our Adoption Process...
An application is submitted, which can be found on our website. Your application will be reviewed, and a vet-check done. Upon final adoption approval, an adoption contract will need to be completed; the adoption fee paid (200.00), and then you can take home your new family member after they have been spayed/neutered.
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