I'm being cared for by: Soldiers for Strays West Coast
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Nigel
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
I am purebred.
Nigel is Leigha's son and he and his mom are flying to California from puerro vallarta this month. He will be 4 months neutered and fully vaccinated. He's well socialized and screened for all diseases. He's potty trained and crate trained. He loves kids and other dogs. He also seem to do well with cats. We are looking for a foster to adopt home to be ready to greet him at the airport
The mission of Soldiers for Strays Rescue & Rehab is to not only help displaced Guardian and Bully Breeds find loving and safe homes, but to help displaced US Veterans with housing, employment, & stability so they may reenter and succeed in the civilian lifestyle. We also offer help and education with training, spay/neuter assistance, vaccinations, & veterinarian help to families in need so they may keep their dog's with them. We firmly believe any loving family should be able to keep their dog(s), coming into rescue is not always the answer.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our CA location is foster based so location of the companion dog you are interested will vary. Please inquire as to the location when setting up your meet and greet.
Our Adoption Process...
Please see our web site www.soldiersforstrays.org
Our adoption fees always include up to date shots, deworming, vet check, spay/neuter and microchip. If you are adopting a puppy under 4 months you will be provided a voucher for spay/neuter and must be completed by 4 months.
Standard Adoption Fees:
8 weeks-4 months $600 4 months-11 months $500 1-2 years $400 3-5 years $300 6 years and up $200
Chihuahuas, Pitbulls and mixes Adoption Fees: 8 weeks-4 months $350 4 months-11 months $250 1-2 years $200 3-5 years $150 6 years and up $100
Purebreds, Mastiffs, Bulldogs Adoption Fees 8 weeks-4 months $700 4 months-11 months $600 1-2 years $500 3-5 years $400 6 years and up $300
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