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.
Hi my name is Skylar, I'm a year old mixed. I was brought to a high kill shelter by who I thought was my family. I'm great with kids and dogs! I love to play and be lazy and lay around the house. I'm working on my commands. I am housebroken . I love treats and belly rubs. Please consider being my forever family! I am update on all my vetting! I'm hoping Santa brings me my Forever family!
Down South Dog Rescue was founded by a team Southern Ladies, who want to save all dogs and bring awareness about the High Kill Shelters of Tennessee and surrounding Southern States. We believe all breeds of dogs deserve a second chance at finding the perfect loving and safe home.
Our Mission is to rescue all breeds of dogs from high kill animal shelters and to find all of our dogs loving forever homes and to make sure they never end up in shelters again.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee is is $150 to $250 ,depending on age.All fees include vetting (rabies, vaccinations, heartworm testing, deworming, microchip, spay/neuter and health certificate for interstate travel).
Dogs can be altered after the pet is 6 months old. Some veterinarians will alter a pet by 4 months old. If the pet you are adopting is too young to be spay or neutered, you will be required to have your pet altered when your pet is 6 months old.
We require an adoption contract as the first step in the adoption process. After completion of the contract, we will review the information and contact the applicant via email within 48 hours if we wish to pursue with a telephone interview. We also require one veterinarian reference and 2 personal references. Adoption fees are required to be paid in full prior to arrival of the adopted pet. If you wish to pay the adoption fee in 2 payments, please let us know.
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