Betty and Roy were surrendered by their owner to a shelter in KY because they could no longer care for them. We're not sure if they are siblings or husband/wife or just friends. We think Roy is about 10 years old and Betty is about 8 years old. Their teeth are ground down for some unknown reason and Roy had to have most of his pulled. Betty is heartworm positive and is undergoing treatment now. They are just nice dogs who are a little timid. They like to ea t, sleep, lay in the sun and just be together. They are good with other dogs but don't appreciate high energy dogs or any dog in their faces. They bark at cats but otherwise leave them alone. Due to their timid nature and their ages, we suggest no children. Their tails wag like crazy when you talk to them and Sally will come up for head scratches. Roy seems to appreciate women with gray hair. The adoption fee of $150 is for both Betty and Roy.
Our adoption fee includes the dog's spay/neuter surgery, parvo/distemper shots and rabies shots (for dogs over 6 months), deworming, microchipping, flea and tick protection, heartworm testing (for dogs over 6 months), and monthly heartworm protection until the dog gets adopted.
If you are interested in this dog, fill out an application at http://www.dreamhouserescue.org . Would you like a private meet and greet to introduce this dog to your current pets? Call or text Sue at 513-484-9840 or Bonnie at 513-967-0007. Not sure? Ask about our Foster to Adopt program.
Sweet Dream House Rescue is holding adoption events this Saturday and Sunday from (12-5 pm) at the Newport Petsmart (156 Pavilion Parkway, Newport, Kentucky), on Saturday (12-4 pm) at the Eastgate Petsmart (650 Eastgate South Dr., Cincinnati) and the first and third Saturdays of the month at South Lebanon Petsmart (476 Corwin Nixon Boulevard, South Lebanon, Ohio).
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