already spayed, purebred, and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Diana is a 1 yr old female Kuvasz. She iwas recently spayed and microchipped. Diana was abandon in a rural area and was very frightened, matted to the skin. She is kind Timid and hasn't had alot to experience. So she will need someone that is familiar with the Kuvasz breed. She'll need a kind and understanding and interactive home. She is great with cats, dogs and horses. She will need room to run!!!
Four Peaks Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, training and placement of animals in need of care in Maricopa County, Arizona.
Four Peaks Animal Rescue is predominately driven by the commitment of volunteers to minimize, if not eliminate the suffering of animals who, by virtue of their domestication and subsequent abandonment, are completely dependent upon others for their care and sustenance. We are a no-kill rescue organization seeking to accommodate all species of domestic pets.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Four Peaks Animal Rescue currently has a limited housing facility. Most of the animals are cared for in foster homes. Our animals may be seen at adoption events (see our calendar of events posted at www.FourPeaksAnimalRescue.org) or ask for an appointment, just call 480-471-3520.
Our Adoption Process...
Four Peaks Animal Rescue asks potential adopters to fill out an application. The adoption process for dogs includes a home visit prior to placement. We ask our adopters to sign an adoption contract and pay an adoption fee at the time of adoption.
All Dogs offered for adoption by 4 Peaks are vaccinated, neutered or spayed, microchipped, and given any medical care needed. Adoption fees start at $200.
All Cats offered for adoption by 4 Peaks are vaccinated, tested for FeLV/FIV, spayed or neutered, and given any medial care needed. The adoption fee for one cat starts at $95, two cats at $180.
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