If you want to adopt, please submit the application. Emailing us with your phone number will not get you considered for adoption. We pre-screen all adopters before arranging in-person meetings.. Please scroll down below animal description for adoption information & link to our application. For clickable links in our listings, go to http://hdr.petfinder.com and click on the pet list. Our software exports to dozens of websites and s ome sites strip out all HTML so in some cases nothing is clickable and all of the paragraphs are squished together. Our apologies. We don't have any control over how those hosting sites handle our formatting.
Coco's mom went into a nursing home and the family couldn't keep him, so he came to rescue. He'a sweet little guy who loves to sleep in bed with you and follow you around. He's fine with other dogs and enjoys playing with dogs similar to him in size. He's 4 years old and currently weighs 7.4 lbs but is thin. He should probably weigh around 9 lb when he's filled out. Coco has had a dental and is now ready for his forever home!
We are not a shelter. Our dogs are fostered in a home environment. All meetings are by appointment. If you are interested in meeting or possibly adopting this dog, please submit an application to begin the process. We respond to inquiries via email. Please watch your email for a response, usually within 12 hours.
Adoption fee: $275 + tax = $291.50
PLEASE NOTE: If it says COURTESY LISTING above, then please do not submit our application. Follow the directions to the other rescue's website and apply there.
Recommended dog trainer in the Lehigh Valley area: Jill Wright with K-9's In Training, website: http://www.k-9sintraining.net/ We've used Jill's services for our own dogs and foster dogs as needed. We LOVE her training methods...and so do the dogs! Please tell Jill you saw her info on the Happy Dog Rescue site.
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