already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
People are silly. They call me a Carolina dog but I was born in Tennessee probably around the 23rd of May. If I get a chance to pick my 4ever family, it would be someone who will go out and play with me and teach me lots of manners and tricks. Of course, treats are always a welcome addition as well. If you would like to meet me, PLEASE FILL OUT THE QUESTIONNAIRE on the website of www.puppiesthatneedlove.com under How To Adopt. I would like to see if you would make a good fit for me. Thank you for looking.
We are a husband/wife team who care about the welfare of 4 legged furkids. We have built our residence in order to make it habitable for our little friends to enjoy a stay until they find their forever folks. We believe that dogs can give so much love which is needed in today's world.
We are always looking for people to volunteer to socialize the animals, taking our furkids to the vet for checkups, taking photos, etc.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We ask that adopters first email us regarding home and family environment. An application can be found on our website of www.puppiesthatneedlove.com. Then we invite you over to view our pups. We show by appointment only but our hours are very flexible-- 7 days a week during most normal hours days and evenings. Since we are in our home and we ask for the whole family to visit, we try to make our time convenient for the adopters.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee is $300. If a puppy is adopted, we will make arrangements to pay for the spay/neutering if taken to one of the hospitals we work with or reimburse $50 if taken to your own vet. The adoptees are also up to date on shots and provided with a microchip and one month free pet insurance.
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