All of our adoptable animals are in the care of volunteer foster parents. The foster families provide a safe place for the animal until placement. If you are interested in meeting a particular dog, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not sure you're ready to adopt? Fostering an animal may be a great way to find out if you're ready! Ask about our Foster-to-Adopt Program
Can't Adopt or Foster? Maybe you'd like to provide sponsorship for an animal. Sponsors are needed to help with vet care expenses as well as food, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, etc. Monetary donations may be sent via http://paypal.com to email@example.com. You may also mail your donation to Alabama SPCA, P.O. Box 78, Northport, AL 35476
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Annalise, also known as Sweetie Pie is back with Alabama SPCA due to her family losing their home. Since the new name is familiar to her, we will continue to call her Sweetie Pie.
She's back and more awesome than ever! Now around 6 years old, Sweetie Pie is one amazing companion. She is completely house trained, great with other dogs, loves all people (children included). Sweetie Pie sits and shakes on command...sometimes she'll even "speak!" She's just a really easy dog. She loves to go outside and walk, do her business, etc., but then she's ready to come back in and lie at your feet or snuggle on the couch. She is very quiet, rarely ever barks.
We will be taking Sweetie Pie to the vet in the next few days to get her annual exam and vaccines. She is up to date of heartworm/flea/tick preventatives.
Contact us today if you are interested in this precious girl!
Background from 2012:
Annalise was a stray in Greensboro, AL. The vet believes Annalise is around 2 yrs old,despite the wear on her front teeth which the vet believes is from eating rocks. She was found after being hit by a car. Luckily she was rushed to the vet where they began treatment for her wounds. When no one came back to claim her, Annalise was facing euthanasia. Both legs were fractured and Annalise desperately needed surgery.
Annalise has a splint on the back left leg that's healing from a fracture. Annalisa had FHO surgery on her other back leg. Amazingly, this girl is great. She gets around great, is completely house trained and really doesn't even need a crate to rest. Annalise is such a great dog and we are excited to help her find her forever home!
Annalise has been spayed, vaccinated, heartworm negative, and up to date on prevention.
Our Adoption Fee is $125, unless otherwise noted, and goes towards the vet expenses for the animals in our care. Included in the adoption contribution is spay/neuter surgery, age appropriate vaccines, and microchip.
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