This is Esme! She is a Shepherd mix. We were told by her owner that she was 5 years old but we believe her to be several years older than that - closer to 8 years old. She weighs about 50 pounds and is full grown. She is spayed, heartworm negative and up to date on vaccinations. She is house trained. Esme was surrendered to us when her owner no longer had time for her! She is a very sweet girl that gets along with everyone and other dogs. She does not like cats! She is a very calm girl, low energy and would make a great companion for someone looking for a bit bigger dog that could take walks with them and hang out in the yard. She is very smart and can be taught tricks and behaviors very easily. Her foster says that she is the easiest dog yet. She is looking for her forever home and will make someone a great new family member. Her adoption fee is just $75. The adoption fee helps allow Perfect Paws to provide all animals with current, age appropriate vaccinations which include, DHLPP, Kennel Cough and Rabies (if the pet is at least 16 weeks old), and spay/neuter when necessary. The fee also helps with the cost of deworming; heart worm testing (if the pet is at least 1 year old), heartworm prevention as well as flea and tick prevention for animals cared for through the rescue. She will go home with a collar, leash, and vaccination record. If you would like to adopt this very special K-9 kid, please go DIRECTLY to our website to complete our convenient Online Adoption Form. Our website is www.perfectpawspetrescue.org cut and paste our web address into your browser to get to our site. Email any questions to Tammy Derickson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jayne Biehl at email@example.com NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Fort Wayne Indiana vicinity.
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