There will be a phone interview and a screening process. As I will want to make sure that you are the right person for the particular pup, you will also want to make sure I am the rescue you want to do business with. My references are the Better Business Bureau, Lodi Animal Shelter, Pals in Lodi Ca, Pacific Veterinary Hospital in Stockton Ca, Vineyard Vet in Lockeford Ca. You can also read about my accomplishments in the notes on my Pups Rescue Facebook page
Gia was born on 8/27/16. She will be 5 months old on 1/15/17. She is a Chiweenie. She is a beautiful Merle color. She has had 3 vaccines, been de-wormed and has a micro chip. Right now she weighs about 4 pounds. She will be about 8 pounds when she is full grown. You will be required to bring her back to Stockton for her spay appointment in February. She will not be adopted into a home with kids under 15 years old because of her size and you must be a stay at home person. If you are interested in adopting her, call Marilyn at 209-956-3004 for a phone interview.
YOU MUST CALL FIRST, SENDING AN EMAIL FIRST WILL DELAY THE ADOPTION PROCESS. You must be at least 25 years old to adopt a puppy from this organization. I do not adopt puppies out to families with toddlers, and that could be the reason I will not return your call. Another one of our requirements is that whoever is interested in adopting the pup, will also be the one who stays at home with the pup and the one calling. I do not ship puppies anywhere, if you want to adopt from us, you must come to pick up the pup. Pups Rescue's adoption fees range from $200-$300. Please leave a message, as all calls are screened. This is a residence, please do not call after 9:00 P.M. We will not ship puppies, you must come to our location
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