Sophie, Sully, Pippa and Cinnamon were found abandoned. They were skin and bones, but didn't have any worms and were actually in great health! They were skittish and hard to capture, but only because they had never known human affection and had no way of knowing that great people had found them and were willing to take them into their home. These were very lucky pups and now they are ready to find homes of their own. They are about 34 pounds right now and are expected to grow to around 65 pounds.
Cinnamon is a loving companion! She is the shyest of the four but loves to do the things all normal puppies do: run, play with her siblings, nap, snuggle, chew and she loves to “bite” the water from a nozzle! She loves going in a kitty pool to fish her toys out and lie down in the water. She loves toys and barks when playing or something strange gets her attention but never excessively or without reason so she does not awaken anyone at night.
She is working on her “sit” command and she is picking that up very well. She should be easily obedience-trained or crate-trained, based on her intelligence and willingness to please.
Cinnamon is a sweet and playful puppy!
The adoption fee of $495 includes age-appropriate vaccines, initial de-worming, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, USDA interstate health certificate (for transport only) and transport fee. Please go to our site for general information and the adoption application. fordogssakerescue.org. The application is the first step in all adoptions/inquiries. This is not a link; please type in into a new browser window. At this time, we are unable to adopt to Rhode Island residents. Please note: Pups marked “pending” are adopted but not yet traveled home. They are to be considered unavailable. Thank you. Additional information is available on our site fordogssakerescue.org.
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