Our rescue is taking applications on us now, we are ready for our own home. Since we are puppies, we require a super clean environment, school age children ONLY. Clean hands are imperative, along with no shoe or wire chewing, no outdoor walks or public environments or grass that exposes us to viruses like parvo.
We have been rescued at the shelter entrance door, right before we got into the system and a scary, noisy shelter where we would get sick easily. The person returning us found us abandoned on the side of the street. We are precious and require patience, love and understanding with lots of training. We are a long term commitment and a lot of work for the first year but will reward you with love and loyalty for a lifetime! Please don't apply unless you can commit to caring for and training me and my sister.
Requirements for Adoption:
There should be another dog in the family, we believe that every dog should have a buddy and here you can read about the benefits: http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/articles/seconddog.htm
The dogs are inside dogs and family members, the adopter has a secure fenced yard to exercise and play in. Children should be school-aged or older, no toddlers.
THELMA's adoption fee is $300 and includes: Spay, Microchip, Rabies, Vaccinations, Deworming, Preventive treatment against fleas/ticks and internal parasites, Grooming.
If you are offering a loving home for THELMA and preferably LOUISE to, please use contact info to inquire and receive an application to complete and return it with photos / video of your yard, perimeter on fencing and gates prior to schedule a meet and greet. Application receipt is not approval for adoption. All applications will be reviewed by the board of directors for approval.
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