My foster mommy took me home and promised that something called a rescue would help me find a human family to take care of me. They took me to a scary place called a vet where they ran all kinds of tests to make sure I was healthy. The vet said I needed some medicine for my worms and some good food. She said I was a good puppy. When I went back to the vet, she said the medicine worked and I had no more worms. I was pretty excited my tummy was better.
My foster mommy bought me toys and good food and I'm growing pretty good. Now she said it's time to find a family. I would really like a family who would like a cute puppy like me. I'm learning my house manners and to go potty outside in the yard. I love to run and play all day. I would like a family who has another dog like me so I have a friend to play with.
If interested in becoming my forever family, my adoption fee is $200 which covers all of my puppy shots and my spay (so I don't have no puppies myself). Due to me being too young to have my spay, I am only available as a foster to adopt family. That means you pre-adopt me and I get to come home with you but my rescue will be making sure I get my spay before the final adoption.
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