found a new home!
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I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Anchor UPDATE (2/8/17) - Anchor was vet guessed at 8 weeks and is doing so well. He is a sweet fella. He loves attention and to be cuddled. He is just too cute! We are so happy he is healthy and will be ready to go to his forever home soon! If interested in providing him that, feel free to submit an adoption application.
Anchor is a tiny little guy. He is one of the 13 pups surrendered to rescue. Based on his teeth, he is 4-6 weeks old. He was FULL of worms and we are working on ridding his little body of them so he can get the nourishment he needs. Anchor is one of 7 siblings and just a cute fuzzball. These littles are so sweet and deserve forever homes. We are so grateful their owner surrendered so they could get the care they needed and a warm, indoor place to live! Please consider donating toward the Baker's Dozen Pups. They are going to need a lot of high quality puppy food, puppy pads, toys, shampoo, and once healthier, vaccinations and spay/neuter. We are expecting their care to be close to $2,000 and every penny is a blessing and cherished gift. Donations can be made to PayPal at forbellessake.org or via our Amazon wishlist! Thank you!
If interested in meeting and potentially adopting, please complete the adoption application located at forbellessake.org. Adoption fee is $175. They will be available for forever homes once 12 weeks old. All residents are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, and microchipped as well as other medical needs cared for prior to adoption.
*Breeds and mature sizes are not guaranteed, but a “best guess”. We have no idea who the parents of these sweet souls are. A female can also have several males sire a litter so they could all have different breeds.
*A fenced yard is required if a yard is present. If no yard due to apartment/condo, leash law and access to a dog park is required for adoption*
*No resident is guaranteed housetraining as we focus on major behavioral and medical rehabilitation. Basic training is also a great way for an adopter to bond with their adopted family member. Additionally, a dog displaying housetrained behaviors in rescue can regress in a new environment and routine.