already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Dog name: Clara Age: 3months Gender: female Breed: Dachshund mixed Weight: 8 Lbs Dogs: (good with dogs?) YES Cats: (good with cats?) N/A Kids: (good with kids?) YES Housebroken: (is this dog potty trained?) YES Crate trained: (good in crate/kennel?) Leash: (good on leash?) YES
Brief Bio: Her video link at Youtube:
Good with strangers http://youtu.be/FYxWW6d-qFs
Follow the commands well http://youtu.be/Nxx77eNvpLs
Has no food aggression toward human http://youtu.be/8wLvYPH8uLs
Has no food aggression with other dog http://youtu.be/tALPVYWsONg
Good with other dogs http://youtu.be/tALPVYWsONg
Good with kids http://youtu.be/NjizecvAaSk
At foster home http://youtu.be/vb4zv3idovs
Potty trained. http://youtu.be/tS6Y3AQAFtg Walk well on leash. http://youtu.be/gJTMYdeGs04
If you are interested, please fill out the application and we will contact you shortly. Donation for adoption: $250 The following link is our adoption application. http://www.cuteadopted.org/adoption-form/ Please finish the application and email it back to email@example.com or fax to (626)604-0345
The founding members of CuteAdopted are Taiwanese natives who love their dogs. They have decided to dedicate not only their money, but their time and efforts to form an organization to help rescue these helpless animals who love us unconditionally. CuteAdopted currently concentrates its mission on two fronts: Education and Rescue. First, CuteAdopted enlists the help of television, radio, fairs and local events, to disseminate information on proper dog care, availability of adoption and the importance of neutering and spading your dogs. Also, through education, CuteAdopted wants to support a clear theme that adopted dogs are Cute too!!
Second, CuteAdopted locate and identify dogs in danger of immediate euthanasia in Taiwan, and place them in foster families in Taiwan so that they can be nourished back to health. With the help and funding of other loving volunteers in Taiwan, CuteAdopted then arrange for flight of these precious dogs to California and place them for adoption to loving families. It is CuteAdopted’s mission to find not just any home, but a home that both the dog and the family will live together in a loving environment where both the family and dog can build a long lasting bond that will surely be cherished and remembered.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Each of our adoptable dogs is individually placed in a temporary private foster home. For this reason, we can only introduce the dogs to you by appointment only.
Our Adoption Process...
Interested adoption families begin by filling out an “Adoption Application” and submit it by email or fax to our adoption center. Our Coordinator will process all the applications and review each application carefully for the best match. Your application will be preliminarily approved if you match the adoption criteria and one of our volunteers will call you to set up a phone interview. Once the adopting families complete the interview process we may request a home check with all occupants present to complete the final approval process. If you are outside our coverage area, pictures of your house or property may be use as a substitution for home visit.
When everything is approved and your family is ready, the time has come to meet your CuteAdopted and soon to be family member. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, you can take your friend home on the same day of the final approval. Before the dog is released, the new family will need to sign an adoption contract agreeing to be responsible for their dog’s needs including, food, lodging, health care and other necessities. The new family will also have to pay a small adoption fee which will go directly to help CuteAdopted continue its stated mission.
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