up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Meet Tucker. Available now for adoption! Found on the streets at just 13 weeks old trying to make friends with the feral cat community & starving for both food & affection. He's safe inside the laundry room now but needs a home. He loves stuffed animals. He loves to snuggle and nuzzle your neck. He purrs all the time. He loves other cats. He doesn't seem scared of the "cat friendly" dogs here, just cautious. He's a male, & now about 16 weeks old & 4.3 lbs. He is totally content and happy indoors & is litter box trained. He's been seen by a vet, and had his kitten vaccinations.
We are an all-volunteer rescue organization that uses a network of people who love Dobermans to transport dogs, perform home visits, and check references. We are a 100% foster home based rescue and do not have a kennel or facility you can visit. Each of our dogs are in different foster dogs an we schedule meet/greets with approved applicants with dogs of interest who are a potential match for their home.
We run entirely on donations. If you can't adopt a dog at this time, why not consider making a financial contribution to provide the food and veterinary care of the dogs we rescue? It allows us to save more dogs. Using Paypal.com, send to email@example.com
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Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee help us cover spaying/neutering, vaccinations, and appropriate veterinary care. We require signing of an adoption contract, return of the dog to us if you should decide to give it up, a veterinary reference check, and a home visit. Please fill out an application at http://www.lonestardobermans.org
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