Our dedicated team of volunteers in Webster pitched in donations to sponsor ANOTHER life-saving transport! The dogs saved on this trip will all bear the last name WEBSTER. Special thanks to this hard working group of men and women who show up at Webster PetSmart every Saturday to show adoptable dogs and process adoptions, foster pets in their homes, hold fundraisers in the Rochester area, promote adoption through special appearances with organizations and area schools, and continue to be strong advocates for animals in need. We have amazing volunteers all over Western New York and beyond, and we don't know what we'd do without them! Thank you, to our Webster Team!
The "Long" collection of puppies were born about December 17, 2016 and will likely weigh in the 12 lb. range when full grown. BUT, truly we are squinting and guessing as far as breed and ultimate size so if you want something exact these pups may not be for you. We also want to warn these these tiny dogs are not just shrunken big dogs and are often difficult to house train and benefit from having potty floor pads handy throughout life. Also, tiny dogs often require dentals as the get older so you should be prepared for this in years to come. This is all we know so far. The staff in the high kill southern shelter do not ask questions upon entry as they feel it is embarrassing to the owners leaving their pets behind as the reason is often financial in this poverty stricken coal mining town. So we will be learning as we go and so will you.The adoption fee for this pet is: $ 475.00.
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