I'm being cared for by: Homeless Animal Rescue Team of Cincinnati, OH
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bailey
Color: Black - With White
Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
already spayed, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Meet BAILEY! BAILEY is a 2 year old chihuahua, and the sister of Tiny, that found herself living in an SUV with 15 other dogs and her owners, after they fell upon bad luck. She is timid around new dogs, but social with people. She is learning to eat dog food as they were eating slim jims, beanie weanies and spam.
About Homeless Animal Rescue Team of Cincinnati, OH
The purpose of HART is to rescue homeless animals, saving them from euthanization, abandonment, & abuse HART places all rescued animals in foster homes vs shelter All HART animals receive: Top notch veterinarian care and all currently needed vaccinations Specialized treatment and surgeries as needed 24 PetWatch microchips Spay and neuter of all animals Hart members share the same goal to save, spay, and neuter all of our rescued animals with love and respect We are 100% volunteer no paid staff of any kind
Come Meet Our Pets...
See our website (www.rescueahart.org) for schedule of events.
Our Adoption Process...
$250 per Puppy (under 53 weeks old) $200 per Dog (53 weeks or older) $70 per Cat $80 per Kitten $100 Special breed cats, or as determined by our intake leader Special dog breeds will be determined by our intake leader - likely $300
Fee includes : 24 PetWatch Microchip, insertion and registration Spay/Neuter Fecal test; dewormer (kitties) Treatment for flea and ticks 1st three set of puppy shots (puppies only) or FVRCP shots (kitties, # depends on age) Heartworm test, Bordatella, DHPP (dogs only) FeLV/FIV test (kitties only) Rabies
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