Hi my name is Angel and I am a very loving, very snuggly girl that is looking for a home to call my very own. My story is a sad one, I was happy in a home for 6 years with my family until one day I was turned over to the shelter. Since then I've been searching for my family. I was rescued by my friends at CCRC because I needed a surgery on my leg. I am now fully recovered and love to play. BUT snuggling is my most favorite thing in the entire world. My foster mom says she has never seen a dog so cuddly. I have been through a lot of changes in a small amount of time and really want to rest my head with a family who loves me. Also, I will need to be in a home without cats because I think dogs rule and cats drool!
We do not have a facility for you to visit. WE PROCESS APPLICANTS AND SET APPOINTMENTS BASED ON THE ORDER APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED , so while you are welcome to call (248) 834-9419 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with specific questions, you will want to complete the ONLINE APPLICATION ASAP , which can be found at www.ccrcdogs.com, to secure your position in line for one of our dogs. You can also find a description of our process on that same page. Puppies will not be available to be seen until their 10 day quarantine has passed. Our adoption fee is $200 for adults and $275 for puppies, which covers the cost of the spay/neuter, age appropriate shots and tests, medications to bring the dog to full health, and a free visit with one of our approved vets after adoption. The majority of dogs at CCRC are obtained from animal control centers, so there is often very little known about their history or even current habits. You can always expect to do some training, regardless of whether you adopt a dog or a puppy, including crate training, house training, and basic manners. CCRC provides a variety of materials and resources to assist you with this, as well as telephone support.
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