Maddie IS currently in foster care at our home base in South Carolina, but transportation, references and video and/or Skype Meet and Greets are available.
Adoption Donations are not refundable, are considered tax-deductible and range between $150 and $450 which includes full routine vetting of the animal and any transportation costs incurred.
THE SCREENING PROCESS:
*submission of a detailed application
*reference Checks - personal and/or veterinary
*a phone interview
*a home inspection - to confirm residency and information you provided in your submitted application
THE ADOPTION PROCESS:
*Adoption Contract signed, sealed, delivered!
*Adoption Donation Processed
*Transportation Arranged if necessary
"MADDIE" - currently in need of Heart Worm Treatment
*Approx. 2 years old
*Approx. 60 pounds
*Wonderful with other dogs
*Wonderful on and off leash
*Mellow/Average Energy Level
*Extremely loving and gentle
MADDIE was a rescued unclaimed stray from a high kill shelter facility. She is an absolute DREAM dog who is a wonderful ambassador of the Rottweiler breed. The night she came into our home, she wormed her way to the couch making herself at home. She is simply perfect and we cannot say enough about her.
Unfortunately, Maddie did test positive for Heart Worms and requires treatment prior to us being able to finalize an adoption. Any help toward this treatment, which will cost $450, is tremendously appreciated! As of 10/01/16 We have currently raised $50 toward this treatment with $400 left to raise. Please visit our website directly to learn how you can make contribution!
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