PLEASE NOTE! Unless stated otherwise, our dogs and puppies are located in Arkansas, and transported to the north/northeast once adopted. We do occasionally have dogs/puppies placed in foster homes in the north/northeast. In the cases where the pet is somewhere other than Arkansas, it will be noted beside the name of the pet.
4/12/17 Hogan is a big boy who came into rescue when he was found as a stray with his 2 sisters, at about 5 months old. We believe they are Great Dane mixes. Hogan is the largest of the 3 and weighs about 85-90lbs. He is a friendly, energetic guy who would really benefit from some training. Unfortunately in rescue, we just don't have the resources or the time to engage in formal training so these babies have a lot to learn. They are about 9-12 months old now and should be about finished growing. Since coming into rescue, they have been kept outdoors in a kennel so they will need to learn about house training and manners. They have a lot of potential and will make great companions once they are with families of their own where they can receive the training they need. Hogan, Hillary, and Harper are located in Arkansas and will be transported out of state once adopted. For more info, email email@example.com.
Our typical adoption fee for puppies younger than 6 months old is $300, and for older puppies and adults, the typical fee is $250. This includes spay/neuter, up to date vaccinations, dewormings, flea/tick treatment, and heartworm test (as well as treatment if they test positive) for all pups/dogs over 6 months old. There is a transport fee of $140 per dog. We use Got Orphans Transport, and you can see more about them at www.gotorphanstransport.com.
For more info regarding adopting, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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