Please read this entire bio and go to our website vs the adoption site for specific information and to submit our adoption application. We will not return phone or email inquiries. The puppies will be adopted according to whom is approved via our application process and can meet the litter to choose their puppy as most will be wanting 1 of 3 of them and we won't hold a specific puppy for an applicant even after approved to adopt.
Puppies that are not old enough to have received all 3 puppy DHPP vaccines will not be adopted to anyone in apartment or condo residents as they are not protected against parvo or distemper until they've received all 3 vaccines.
Our young small breed puppies are preferably adopted on a strict spay/neuter contract. See below for the options and fees.
They will be micro-chipped, de-wormed and parasite treated/prevented throughout their time with CoH as a foster puppy. The puppy will be vaccinated according to their age and will need additional vaccinations depending on their age.
Vaccine Protocol is as follows:
DHPP 8-12-16 weeks of age
Bordetella 12 weeks of age
Rabies 4-6 months of age
Adoption fee is $300 on s/n contract to be done at owners expense at 4-6 months of age OR âAdoption fee is $350 if you want to choose your puppy and pick them up after s/n is done by CoH or if you take the puppy in under CoH at one of our s/n partners at 4-6 months of age.. â
We have low cost s/n information available in different locations as well.
âThis litter is a mixed breed litter. We have no idea what the daddy(s) may have been. The Mama is a West Highland Terrier Mix. She is bigger than a westie too. The babies adult sizes are not known but they should be small adults but on the bigger side of small. There are 4 boys and 2 girls. Their fur is varied as well from short coat, short with whispy sprigs, medium length wavy and curly. If you have to have a hypoallergenic breed, we cannot adopt to you as they all have puppy coats and there is no guarantee what their adult coats will be. At 8 weeks old they range from 2 to 4 pounds
âThey are social, bouncy, playful, lovable babies.
âSomeone MUST be home most of the time to raise them. Running home for lunch to check on them just won't work for us or them. Please understand they cannot raise themselves and need someone there to guide them! âIf you have 15-20 years to devote to one of these little dolls, please submit your application to get the process started.
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