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My name is Poppy & Pippa!

Pomeranian Dog for adoption in Pittsboro, North Carolina - Poppy & Pippa
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Farm Friends Rescue

Facts about Poppy & Pippa

  • Breed: Pomeranian
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
This is Poppy and his sister Pippa. They were pulled from the floodwaters after Hurricane Mathew. They are bonded and looking for a home together. Approximately 2-3 years old. Spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines and sweet as can be.

Poppy is always happy and smiling. He loves attention and affection, and is a busy little fella. He does settle down inside and often falls asleep upside down on the back of the couch. He does like to chase cats, but if they don't run, he gives up and doesn't bite them. He loves squeaky toys, and has a favorite lamb that he holds in his 'hands' and squeaks while laying upside down on his back. This guy will keep you smiling all day long. He is 17 1/2 pounds, and he is neutered and up to date on vaccines.

Poppy's sister, sweet Pippa, is a gentle, sensitive soul. She gets upset at raised voices, and really just wants to kiss and snuggle. She's not too needy though, and loves to lay on the couch and snooze when there's nothing better going on. She too loves to chase cats when they run, but doesn't do anything to dog savvy cats that do not run. Because she is sensitive, I think she would do well in a home without a lot of commotion. She is 14 1/2 pounds, and she is spayed and up to date on vaccines.

Neither dog has been tested with small children, though they may be fine. They are for sure fine with older, considerate children. They are crate trained, and sleep in a large crate together.

They are the sweetest little dogs, and will make a great addition to a loving family

About Farm Friends Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission:
At Farm Friends Rescue, our mission is to save the lives of stray, abandoned, abused and surrendered domestic animals in our local community by providing short-term care and shelter while facilitating the placement of these animals into loving and responsible permanent homes.

Our Vision:
Our vision is an educated community with increased shelter adoptions, decreased shelter populations, increased spayed and neutered pets, no pet overpopulation, reduced animal cruelty, and responsible animal ownership.

What We Do:
Farm Friends Rescue is an all-volunteer and foster-based nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated in our efforts to:
-Provide shelter, food, medical attention, comfort, and love to stray, abandoned, neglected and injured animals rescued from local animal shelters or persons within our community.
-Place rescued animals in qualified volunteer foster homes so they can learn socialization with humans and other animals as well as receive love, affection, exercise, recreation, proper nutrition and medical care in a safe and loving environment.
-Sterilize, vaccinate, and microchip all of the animals within our care.
-Rehabilitate sick or injured animals within our care.
Assist lost animals in finding their rightful owners or seek new loving and safe homes for them if no owners can be located.
-Adopt out rescued animals to qualified, responsible and safe homes that have been properly screened through interviews, home visits, reference checks, and regular updates.
-Educate the public about the humane care of animals and encourage responsible pet ownership with an emphasis on spaying and neutering to prevent pet overpopulation.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our pets are being fostered by loving families. Contact us to meet one!

Our Adoption Process...

We require an online adoption form to be completed. A home inspection and reference check are also required prior to adoption. A two-week trial adoption period allows new owners and pet opportunity to get acquainted. After this period, new owners can officially adopt or return pet to rescue. If adopting, an adoption contract is signed and adoption fee is paid at that time. Dog adoption fee is $150 and cat adoption fee is $75. Other animal adoption fees vary.