already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Blaine is a 9 week old (as of 11/12/16) Lab/Pit mix. He Is very sweet and very puppy like. He needs someone confident to show him the ropes in the world and to let him know it's not such a scary place out there Blaine can be shy at first but warms up quickly. He is still in the puppy play biting stage, so he will need continued work on that. Blaine is working on crate training and is doing ok. House training is still a work in progress, too, as with any puppy this age. He does well with other dogs and cats.Blaine is neutered, micro chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. His adoption fee is $300.00. If interested in adopting him, please fill out our Adoption Application on our website (posted below).
Helping PAWS is dedicated to improving the lives of animals locally, and nationally; alleviating their suffering and elevating their status in society through the rescue and rehabilitation of animals in need and through the education of their community on responsible pet ownership and animal welfare, advocating the value of all animal life, in hopes to end the neglect and abuse of all animals and to end the devastating pet overpopulation through spay and neuter advocacy.
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Helping Paws is a Foster based rescue so we do not have a facility where our adoptable animals are housed. If interested, please fill out an application, and we will set up a time to schedule a meet and greet for you and the animal.
Our Adoption Process...
Dog adoption fees range from $150-$300. Cat adoption fees range from $35-$75. An adoption application is required prior to meeting any adoptable dog or cat.
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