I and my siblings, who found their forever homes already, were rescued from San Bernardino City Shelter ... Before it was too late, we got rescued and went in foster care. I am fast, mot afraid of anything and a real Dachshund character. I was diagnosed with diabetes as a puppy at 10 weeks of age and have been in checked out by our veterinarian Dr. Wheaton on a regular schedule to increase my insulin as I have grown. I get an injection subq under the skin after each meal in the morning and at night, easy to do and it does not hurt me, I am used to it. Only requirement is to follow up on schedule every 6 months or so for a glucose curve. My one eye is blue eye, I am not blind. I had a reaction to my first puppy vaccine, the Hepatitis part turned my eyes blue...was cloudy for awhile but I can see fine.
Foster mom says I am going to be blessed with a wonderful family of my own and live in a great home where I will be loved and spoiled for the rest of my life... I can't wait... Are you my new family?
I am good with most dogs, adults and children (should be school aged) and would love to enjoy family life with you. I know you would not be disappointed :)
Yours with a happy tailwag!
Requirements for Adoption:
There should be another dog in the family, we believe that every dog should have a buddy and here you can read about the benefits: http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/articles/seconddog.htm
The dogs are inside dogs and family members, the adopter has a secure fenced yard to exercise and play in. Children should be school-aged or older, no toddlers.
LILAC's adoption fee is $250 and includes: Spay, Microchip, Rabies, Vaccinations, Deworming, Preventive treatment against fleas/ticks and internal parasites, Grooming.
If you are offering a loving home for LILAC please use contact info to inquire and receive an application to complete and return it with photos / video of your yard, perimeter on fencing and gates prior to schedule a meet and greet. Application receipt is not approval for adoption. All applications will be reviewed by the board of directors for approval.
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