Candy is a spry girl who may have a little snow on the roof (or the cellar), but she loves to walk and to play tug of war, when she is not snuggled up to you on the couch or the bed. She is a bit gravity challenged with her weight, but a regular diet of low calorie food with green bean supplementation is getting her back into summer shape She wants to be near her people, but doesn't care much for other dogs. Not sure how she would be with small children or cats, but we think she would be happiest as an only dog with adults who love to snuggle and give belly rubs and get kisses. She doesn't like stressful situations, but who does? Please contact us for a chance to meet Candy one on one and get to know this reserved but lovable girl.
All about Candy: Candy is a four ye old female, fully vetted. Has all current core shots, including rabies. And, she's been microchipped,. She is heartworm negative and on monthly heartworm preventative.
About Canine Soulmates Rescue: We require a home check for all of our adopters. Renters must provide proof that they have paid their pet deposit and/or have permission to add a dog to their lease agreement. No apartments/condos for large or medium breed dogs will be considered. All references are checked. CSR adopts only to adopters in the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex. Adopters must be 21 years or older to adopt. Our adoption donation of $250 is non-negotiable. There is a $35 fee for non-sufficient checks. The adoption donation includes having your dog fully vetted – spay/neuter, vaccinations, rabies shot, microchip and heart worm testing, and on monthly heart worm preventative. If a pup that will include -- 3 sets of core shots, microchipping, microchip registration, rabies and spay/neuter. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you for your interest in our dogs and pups!
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