Molly was born in a Pup Squad foster home October 2, 2013 and her original name was Willow. She was one of NINE puppies! She got adopted in January of 2014 and all was going well until we got news from one of our local HIGH KILL shelters that she had been surrendered by her owner! We rushed over to pick her up and started making phone calls to the adopter to see what the heck was going on. See, Pup Squad has a clause in their contract that they will ALWAYS take a Pup Squad dog back for whatever reason. Well, someone didn't read the contract well or just "forgot" what they agreed to at the time of adoption. We heard back from them and we got all kinds of storys... She nipped the babysitter, she was aggressive around her food, she was dog aggressive, she did this and did that... Well, we have had her back now since late September of 2016 and we have not seen any of this. Molly is wonderful gal! She is currently in a foster home with 3 dogs and 2 cats and is living it up in their house!
Our adoption fee is a $200.00 donation to Pup Squad Animal Rescue. Our adopted dogs are all spayed/neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. If you are interested in adoption, please go to www.pupsquad.org/adopt to read more about our policies and find our application. Applications should be submitted to email@example.com or via the online form.
We are happy to transport our dogs out-of-state as we have lots of experience doing this and love to see our dogs to the best homes possible! We will assist with the whole process to getting your new pet to you. Feel free to email us regarding availability or any other questions. Please remember all breed estimates are just that...estimations based on our experience. NOTE: We will only do transport if the dogs are 4 months of age or older as this means they are fully vetted and spay/neutered at this age.
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