DOB AUGUST 26, 2016 TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR AVAILABLE DATE OF OCTOBER 21, 2016
ADOPTION FEE $400
Meet the adorable baby girl Phoebe. Her mommy is Great Dane, her daddy is Great Pyrenees. She came to us via owner surrender along with her three sisters after the older gentleman was unable to care for them. He did his best but he was in no way prepared for the trails of puppyhood. He owns the daddy dog and the mommy showed up about six months ago and never left so he just took her in. He has agreed to let us spay/neuter the parents as a condition of taking the pups.
WE DO NOT SHIP OUR DOGS. YOU MUST COME TO SYLACAUGA AL 35151 TO MEET THEM AND US TO MEET YOU. WE DO NOT HOLD PUPPIES IF ANOTHER APPROVED HOME COMES BEFORE YOU CAN. WE WILL NOTIFY YOU IF A PUPPY YOU WERE PLANNING TO COME AND MEET IS ADOPTED AT THE TIME OF ADOPTION.
All puppies come with age appropriate vaccinations and deworming. They are microchipped, crate trained, and working on housebreaking. We do not use pee pads because we find it ridiculous to teach a dog of any age that it is acceptable to use the house as a restroom. If you follow the schedule guideline we have already implemented with the puppies in the two weeks they have been with us their transition will be easy and trouble free. All puppies are dragging a leash to help them better begin walking on one with their new family. If the puppy is not yet spayed or neutered they must be by no later than six-months-old or we void the contract and take the puppy back. The spay/neuter is covered in the adoption fee and we will provide a credit card to your veterinarian for the procedure. All puppies are with us for a minimum of 14 days to ensure they are free of any contagious disease.
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