Please meet sweethearts Georgie and Gracie, who are in need of a new home due to medical issues with their former caretakers.
Georgie and Gracie MUST remain together as they move forward into this next stage of their lives. They are 7 years of age, currently weighing in at about 15 lbs. Both of these babies are as sweet and lovable as can be. They also know how to use a doggie door, are cat friendly, and get along well with other dogs (large or small).
In terms of medical, they are spayed/neutered; they are also up-to-date on all their shots, as well as flea and tick preventative and HW preventative. Gracie is diabetic, however, and needs insulin shos twice a day (which she readily accepts with no problem at all). While Gracie will need insulin injections every day (along with periodic sugar level monitoring), she is otherwise in great health, and so is Georgie.
These two are well-adjusted little dogs. Gracie does get a little scared with thunder storms and strong winds, and will go outside during them only if her person puts her on a leash and accompanies her outside. Otherwise, she will use pee pads. Georgie is not afraid of thunder like his sister; so, he is not at all bothered by storms.
These two 7-yr-young 'pups' are as sweet as can be and are so very ready for a new forever home. Again, they must be adopted together; we will not separate them.
If you are interested in adopting BOTH Georgie and Gracie & committing to them FOR LIFE, we welcome your application. To apply, go to http://www.safeatlast.net/. Register and then log back on with username and password to complete the Safe at Last online adoption application. After reviewing your application, we will contact you by email. So, please be on the lookout for an email from firstname.lastname@example.org seeking to set up a time to speak with you to commence the review process.
If we do not have a completed Safe at Last application from you in our system, we cannot consider you. NO exceptions. Also, you MUST be willing to come to the foster home (in Middleburgh NY) to complete the adoption - we do NOT ship or deliver our rescues. Again, NO exceptions.
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