Meet Shasta, who was born approximately September 12, 2016. Her mother, Daisy, is a “designer breed” called a Chiweenie, which is a mix of Chihuahua and Dachshund, and her father is unknown. Shasta is a feisty girl! She sasses back and lets you know when she wants something! She already barks when someone comes to the door! She is confident and smart and is working on potty training. Shasta loves to sleep close and cuddle but is also very independent and will go find her own sleeping spots! Shasta loves cats and other dogs but would do best in a home with no small children. She loves her toys and to play tug of war with her sister, or take off with anything that is not hers! Shasta will definitely be more Doxie than Chihuahua in looks and in personality!
Since Shasta is too small to be altered at this time, the adopters will be provided with a voucher to have the puppy altered and microchipped by the time she is 6 months of age. This must be done at Nebraska Humane Society. If you prefer to take the puppy to your own vet, we will pay a PORTION of the cost ($60) to your vet of choice.
The suggested donation amount for Shasta is $425, which is TAX DEDUCTIBLE, and goes toward providing supportive services to animals in the home, as well as the high cost of vetting our dogs in rescue. To fill out an application, please visit the following web address: http://www.muddypawssecondchancerescue.com/#!adopt-a-pet/c7cy The adoptions for all of our dogs will take place in the Omaha, NE area and must be done by the adoptive family in person. If you would like to find out more about Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue, or donate to our dogs, please visit our website at MuddyPawsSecondChanceRescue.com or our Facebook page at Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue, and while you are there, please don't forget to Like our page!
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