already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Jayda is a beautiful 3.5 year old Shepherd mix who finds herself in need of a new home. Jayda, who weighs 45 lbs, is a high energy lady who would do best in a home with a fenced yards. She also loves to go on walks and play fetch. Jayda lives with and gets along with other dogs, but she would also do well as an "only child". Jayda is housebroken, spayed, fully vaccinated and micro-chipped. Although she can be left alone without fear of her being destructive, Jayda is crate trained. As you see in her pictures, Jayda has grown-up around younger children, however, we think a home with no children under 10 years old would be the best spot for her, simply due to her high energy. Potential adopters with young children, who are dog savvy and familiar with the breed, will be considered. Because we do all our own house checks, we ask that applicants live within 30 miles of our location in Newtown, Bucks County Pa. If you'd like to meet this lovable young lady, please submit an adoption application which can be found on our web-site, www.silverlakeanimalrescue.org. NOTE: POTENTIAL ADOPTERS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED WITHOUT FIRST SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION.
A small group of animal rescue people who take animals from high kill shelters, mainly Trenton NJ or Philadelphia, Pa. We foster all animals in the homes of our volunteers. Silver Lake Animal Rescue, (SLAR), absorbs the cost of all care.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our animals are posted on our web-site. We occasionally bring animals to the local Pet Valu where we combine adoption days with vaccination clinics, run by the vet, Dr. Goldblatt, who is a board member of SLAR
Our Adoption Process...
Application fee, vet contact, review application, home check, adoption cost vary according to age and money spent on animal
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