I'm being cared for by: Fast Friends Greyhound Adoption
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Caf Festus
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Caf Festus's Info...
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Caf Festus's Story...
Caf Festus's Story...
Wow, that is what we all said when we met Caf Festus/Deputy. Deputy doesn't resemble his namesake from the TV show, Gunsmoke at all, he is big and strong. His coat is beautiful and he enjoys being with people. Deputy was 2 years old in May. He is quickly learning house manners in his foster home and his foster Mom says he is loving and well behaved. Deputy would do best as an only dog and is not considered cat safe. If you would like to meet this handsome hunk or have additional questions about him please call Sue Peake at 810 931-2802. Deputy's adoption fee of $250 covers his neuter, teeth cleaning, heart worm test and microchip insertion. He is current on his shots.
Fast Friends is a non-profit Greyhound Adoption group that has been placing Greyhounds in loving homes for 25 years. Our goal is to find the retired racers their new homes after their racing days are over. Our volunteers believe fervently in the Greyhound as a wonderful, quiet gentle pet and we want only the best for the Greys in their retirement. Most of us live with Greyhounds and can provide the new family answers to any questions that may arise.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee is $250.00 which covers the spay/neuter, dental, heartworm test and microchip. The dog will be current on vaccinations. Upon adoption you agree to provide your new pet with proper healthcare through the life of the dog. Also, if for any reason you are unable to keep the pet you will return to Fast Friends Greyhound Adoption to find the Grey another home..
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