Buttons is a 4 year old Brussels Griffon mix. He is neutered and fully vaccinated. Buttons is a sweet dog who is looking for a quiet home. Buttons can be shy when first meeting people but warms up very quickly. Please call us today to schedule an appointment to meet Buttons and give Buttons a forever home. 860-666-4646
Address: 239 Maple Hill Avenue Newington, CT 06111
About Our Rescue Group...
Connecticut Save-A-Pup was originally founded in 1991 to address the pet overpopulation in the City of Hartford Dog Pound. For many years, CT Save-A-Pup rescued dogs and puppies from the Hartford Pound that might otherwise be euthanized. In 2003, we expanded to rescuing dogs from other local pounds, as well as taking in owner surrenders. All dogs in our program have been examined for their disposition, vaccinated, and spayed/neutered prior to adoption.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
We gladly accept monetary donations in the form of check or cash, towels, blankets, pillows, beds and toys. Our rescue dogs eat a special diet so we don't accept food and we accept treats made in the USA
Come Meet Our Pets...
We show our rescue dogs by appointment only at Connecticut K-9 Education Center.
Our Adoption Process...
We have a 5 page application that allows us to decide the best homes for our rescue dogs. We don't adopt on a first come first serve basis and we like to meet the potential adopters and be sure everyone in the family is on board for adopting the pet. Our adoption process takes 7 to 10 days. Our adoption fee is $200.00 (cash or check) and all our dogs are spayed/neutered and current on vaccinations.
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