I'm being cared for by: One More Last Chance - NY Chapter
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Twinkie
Breed: Beagle/Rat Terrier Mix
Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
We rescued six of the sweetest little babies from a stray beagle momma in the country. They are so sweet we decided to name them after sweet treats. We have one male, Cannoli and three girls, Parfait, Eclair and Twinkie still available. They were born on June 26. Twinkie is the smallest at about 10 lbs. and we expect her to be about 20lbs when grown.She is the smarty pants in the group, first to escape and run off with a toy. She gets along with everyone and loves affection! She has had three sets of puppy shots and worming, is spayed, microchipped and ready for her forever family. All of these pups would make great family dogs and would be wonderful around children. If you would to make little Twinkie your new forever family member PLEASE contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and we will send you our info and app.
One More Last Chance is a volunteer organization committed to saving as many dogs as possible in the east TN area and getting them into safe, loving homes.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our dogs are located in TN so it is not possible to meet your new pet prior to adoption.
Our Adoption Process...
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an adoption application. Once we receive your complete application, an adoption counselor will contact you, usually within 48 hours of receipt of the application. If pet is still available, we will do a phone interview. During the adoption interview, the adoption counselor will tell you more about the puppy and our adoption processes, as well as answer any questions you have. Dogs and puppies are up-to-date on their vaccinations, spayed/neutered, de-wormed, treated for fleas/ticks and heartworm negative before leaving rescue. You will receive complete medical records for your dog or puppy at the time of adoption.The adoption fee is $500 and covers the cost of all veterinary care and transportation to your area.Our dogs and puppies are delivered via a USDA-certified van transport and receive an Interstate Health Certificate -- issue by a licensed, accredited veterinarian -- no more than 10 days before the dog or puppy leaves rescue.All of our dogs and puppies come into rescue from the "death row" of animal shelters in the south, or are owner surrenders or strays who were "pound bound" before coming into rescue. Adopting a dog or puppy from the One More Last Chance Rescue means you are truly part of a partnership to save the life of the dog or puppy that you welcome into your family.Our dogs and puppies are fostered at our rescue in Tennessee, meaning that it isn't possible to meet the dog or puppy before adoption. Our adoption counselor works with you to do everything possible to ensure that there is a good match between the family and the dog. We have had several hundred dogs adopted using this process and we have a very high success rate for a happy outcome. If for any reason an adoption is not successful, OMLC will work with the adopter to find the best possible solution for the dog and the adopting family.We can provide contact information for adopters in your area who can tell you about their experience partnering with the OMLC to save the life of a dog and make the animal a part of their family. We look forward to hearing from you and working with you to find the right dog for your family!
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