already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Earl Bailey's Info...
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Earl Bailey's Story...
Earl Bailey's Story...
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
Sacramento- Earl Bailey is a happy and easy going guy. He is about 15 pounds of cute and fluffy. We think he is a Pomeranian mix (although he also looks like a Shiba Inu and chihuahua mix, but I think he is too easy going for that. He doesn't need to be groomed, which is nice! He lives with dogs and cats and is being crate trained. He has been known to cross dress (turned his cone of shame int o a skirt), but hopefully whoever adopts him, is ok with him expanding his personality. He is just a sweet boy who is ready for a forever home of his own... and any home would be lucky to have him.
We are a group of volunteers who work really hard to find amazing homes for our animals. We support our adopters throughout the experience and our commitment does not end when you sign the contract. For this reason we ONLY adopt LOCALLY. You can see more pictures on Facebook and Instagram
Come Meet Our Pets...
Bi-monthly at Pet Food Express at The Fountains in Roseville http://recycledpetsnorcal.org/rpnc-events/
Our Adoption Process...
You can find our process online at: http://recycledpetsnorcal.org/adoption-process/
Once the application is approved, there is a home check. You can meet adoptable dogs at our bimonthly adoption events at Pet Food Express in Roseville. Generally the adoption fee is $200, but on occasion it may be slightly altered depending on age and need of the dog.
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