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.
Sugar is a loving Chihuahua mix. She is 8 years old and approximately 25 lbs. Sugar is healthy, spayed, micro chipped, and current with all vaccinations. Sugar is a very loyal and loving dog. She has been a great companion. Sugar will do great in a home with other dogs. Sugar is also great with kids. Sugar loved getting pets and kissing all of the grand kids that would very frequently visit my Grandmother's home. She obeys commands, sits and lays on command. Her family needs to rehome her becuase her owner passed away.
Every Saturday from 1 PM - 5 PM, we are at the Petco in San Dimas. Come visit us! If you are interested in a specific dog or cat you see on our page, please contact us prior to visiting so that we can be sure to have him or her there (as not all our animals are at each adoption event).
Our Adoption Process...
When you visit FLA at an adoption event, you will see many dogs and cats in need of adoption. We work with all breeds and all ages. Our goal is to match person to pet in a way that compliments temperaments and lifestyles. Here is a brief breakdown of what to expect from our adoption process: a. Talk with an FLA representative about a dog or cat. b. Fill out a simple, one-page application form. c. Agree to a quick yard-check if necessary (to check for a safe perimeter of the yard when adopting a dog). d. Fill out adoption paperwork, print an ID tag and take your new family member home!
Once you have adopted from FLA, we remain a support system for you. We are here to answer any questions you may have as you bring your new dog or cat into your home.
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