This dog is NOT offered for adoption by Friends of Homeless Animals (FOHA). This dog is solely a courtesy posting for another rescuer.
Adoption Donation $ 450
Location/Fostered: in IL
( Transport costs are included via ADT - www.alphadogtransport.com Please check their website for Saturday stops near you before applying. )
Age: 4 years old
Weight: 10 ppounds
All pups over 5 months will be altered prior to transport. Puppies under 5 months, please contact me for more details on programs like FOA. ( https://www.friendsofanimals.
Ginger is a 4y/o, 10# Treeing Fiest Dog. Ginger has an awesome personality! Great with all humans of all ages, loves kids, and is fine with other dogs after a slow intro. She loves to cuddle and sleep in bed with her humans, under the blankets! Ginger may be small, but she is a major squirrel hunter who will put the big dogs to shame, in fact, she will even climb trees after them! Of course, this makes her hard to contain, so she needs to be in an apartment, condo, townhouse or other setting where she must be taken out on leash. Ginger is a sweet, healthy, lovable girl who would make a great addition to an active family (no cats, please!). Ginger is housetrained or will use piddle pads. She is UTD, spayed, microchipped and heartworm negative. Her adoption fee of $450 includes transport from her foster home in the midwest.
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This dog is NOT offered for adoption by Friends of Homeless Animals (FOHA) but an Illinois rescue partner. Please contact them directly for more information.
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