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Dog's Name: Farrah
Estimated Breed: Chihuahua Mix
Approximate Age: 18 mths
Approximate Weight: 18 lbs
Currently Living at: Loving foster home with other doggies
Adoption Fee: $300
Farrah and her two sisters Faye and Monica were dumped off at a high kill shelter in NC with no reason given. Can you imagine how frightened they must have been? Even though they've had it rough they are still so sweet! They are great with other dogs and even cats! How can you resist such a sweet face? Farrah is super affectionate and would love to be your new best friend!! She loves to play with all size dogs, big and small. Farrah would do best in a home without men or young kids. She does warm up to men, but it will take a while.) She would also do well in a home with a fenced yard because she loves to run and play. She's a super loving dog and will make an incredible addition to the right family.
Before adopting a puppy, please assess the amount of time you have to provide your puppy with proper house-training, crate-training, obedience training, love, socialization and, frequent potty breaks. K-9 Lifesavers recommends all new adopters enroll their new puppy into group obedience to ensure the puppy is well socialized and properly trained.
Adoption fees cover basic vetting, age appropriate distemper/parvo vaccinations, treatment for most common intestinal worms, heartworm testing if the puppy is older than 5 months of age, monthly heartworm prevention starting at 5 months of age, monthly flea/tick prevention starting at 12 weeks of age, and transport costs from the original shelter to a foster home. K-9 Lifesavers will provide this medical care to this adorable puppy until he or she is adopted. Once this pup is adopted, their forever family will assume all medical and financial responsibility for him or her.
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