already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Say hello to little goofball, Lenny! Rescued in September, 2016 from San Bernardino with his two siblings, Lenny is currently living in a foster home while waiting for his forever home. Upon his rescue, it was noted that Lenny had some quirks - mainly, every once in awhile, he would walk a little "off balance" and display some random tremors. A trip to the vet and a visit with a specialist didn't reveal much other than the fact that Lenny is perfectly healthy and that the tremors could congenital, the result of Lenny surviving a past illness, the result of nutritional deficiencies before his rescue, or other unknown causes. However, Lenny's quality of life is great, and he only has minor episodes from time to time. Lennyy's doctors assured his foster these episodes are not painful, and they often resolve themselves with food and rest! It all adds to his charm! At two years old, this boy is a "go with the flow" dude, and well past any puppy shenanigans. Lenny is always happy and playful (in a low key sorta way). Lenny has perfected his nonchalant attitude and doesn't mind who is around, as long as they are loving on him. Lenny has proven himself great with people, kids, and other pups alike. He is crate trained and his foster mom is working on perfecting his house training. This fluffy pup is low/non-shedding and would be a great addition to any home with allergy sufferers. Given his Havapoo background, we think he's as big as he will get, at about 14 pounds. Lenny is fully-vetted and will come with all of his shots, neutered, and with a microchip! Lenny is waiting to meet you - inquire about him today!
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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