Milo is a very playful fellow. He enjoys being helped and petted. He is neutered, microchipped, tested negative FIV/Leukemia, and has 1st booster shots
If you are interested in adopting me, please go to www.anewleash.org and click on the Adoption Form Paw at the top of the page.
Come meet our dogs and cats at A New Leash Lodge, open Thursdays and Fridays from 1 to 6 pm. 2676 Dug Hill Rd. Brownsboro, AL 35741. On Saturdays, we take the Lodge pets to the Jones Valley Petsmart from 12 to 4. Some pets are in foster homes, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to know about a particular pet.
**Adoption fees are a tax-deductible donation which helps pay part of their vet bills.
ALL PETS FULLY VETTED BEFORE ADOPTION: including exam, MICROCHIP, spay or neuter, HW test, fecal, deworm, DA2PPv, Rabies (if old enough), as well as any other medications or surgeries the pet needs.**Adoption fees are a tax-deductible donation to help pay part of their vet bills. In general:
Dogs over 6 months: suggested donation is typically $185.
Dogs under 6 months: suggested donation is typically $200.
There is a $25 fee for out of town adoptions.
Some highly adoptable dogs who will find a forever home quickly, have a higher adoption fee. These dogs leave a financial legacy for the other animals in our care who may need extensive medical care or more time to find a loving home.
Return Policy: If you wish to return the dog after adoption, you MUST return them to A New Leash on Life, Inc. They cannot be given to someone else or turned in to another agency. The returned dog will be placed back into our foster program when the next available foster home has an opening. You are responsible for keeping the dog and bringing him/her to adoption events until an opening occurs.
Please visit our website at www.anewleash.org for more information.
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