already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Joey is an awesome 5 month old puppy rescued from the city shelter in San Antonio. His breed mix has us guessing but he is possibly a terrier/ lab mix. He currently weighs 22 lbs and is likely to be a medium size adult (less than 35 lbs).Joey is a very sweet, affectionate puppy that loves your attention! He is active, energetic and full of life! Joey has a fun loving personality and enjoys playing with his toys and running in the yard. He is looking for a home where he will live inside with his family and is best suited for children 8 yrs+. He will need a secure fenced yard for outdoor play and potty. His adoption fee of $175 includes neuter, microchip, 3 sets of shots, bordatella vaccine, rabies vaccine, deworming, flea/tick prevention and heartworm preventative. He is ready for his new home as of Nov 15th.Joey is currently being cared for in Boerne TX but a meet n greet can be arranged in the San Antonio area, Buda or San Marcos once application is pre approved. Please email for more information and an adoption application. What's Up, Pup? Rescue For Dogs, Inc. is a non profit, 501c-3 rescue located in Boerne, TX.
Meet n Greets available in Boerne, San Antonio, Buda and San Marcos TX once application is pre approved.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption Application Required Vet check Adoption fee varies $150-$200 All puppies are spayed/neutered, microchipped, have at least 2 sets of shots, bordatella vaccine, rabies vaccine, dewormed, on flea preventative and heartworm prevention.
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