already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Say hello to Laverne! This happy, friendly girl was rescued from San Bernardino County in September, 2016 along with her two siblings, Squiggy and Lenny. At two years old, this Maltese/Poodle mix is fully-grown at about 10 pounds. Right now, her foster mom is focused on adding a little meat to her frame, as she was pretty thin at the time of her rescue. Laverne's foster mom reports that Laverne is the sweetest little thing, and will follow you around and end up in your lap wherever you go. Laverne aims to please, and showers her people with kisses and will pretty much do any trick or command she is asked if there's a belly rub or treat in it for her. Given her heritage, Laverne has an allergy-friendly, non-shedding coat and would be a great addition to a home with allergy suffering family members. She is crate trained and seems to be potty trained. Laverne gets along with other dogs, and currently lives in foster with her two siblings. While Laverne can be a little bossy with her siblings when it comes to sharing, she's mostly a little angel with her puppy pals! Anyone who adopts her will be very lucky to have her as an addition to their family. Given Laverne's small size, she could pretty much live anywhere and be happy. Laverne will be fully-vetted, spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped at adoption!
We ask that all adopters submit an initial adoption application. The application will be screened and if approved, we will contact the potential adopter asking to set up a home check and play date. Our representative would then come to your home, verify its safety for animals in our care, and ensure that the pup is a good match for your home. If all goes well, we would set up a final adoption date where we review paperwork with you. Adoption fees are between $200 and $300.
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