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.
4.18.17 Teddy is a sweet heart who's owner died and the family didn't want him. :( He is a senior, we are guessing he is about 9 years old. He weighs about 10lbs. He is in good health except he needs his teeth professionally cleaned. We have had him neutered and he is up to date on shots and heartworm negative. Teddy is friendly and seems to get along with everyone. He would do best in a home without very young children but would probably be fine with older kids who understand to be gentle and calm around him. He really just wants a lap to sit in and someone to be a companion to. He is working on house training using a doggy door and doing ok with it (he was an outside dog in his previous home.). But he will need some more guidance and direction coming into a new home with new smells and a new routine. He can learn though and he is very eager to make his people happy. Teddy still has a lot of good years left and he deserves to spend that time with someone loving him. He is located in Arkansas but can 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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