already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Found on the streets in the ghetto of South Fort Worth. We took her in, got her vetted. She is super sweet and very playful with other dogs, loves to run and play. Deserves a very loving, responsible home. Adoption fee is $50
We are No Kill Advocates who embrace the proven programs and policies of the No Kill Equation. Our purpose is to help the city of Fort Worth become a No Kill Community and treat animals humanely and within the law(s). We will lessen the burden of government by providing services for animals which will keep more of them out of government operated animal shelters. We also help educate more people on the need to treat animals in a loving, humane fashion.
No Kill Fort Worth raises funds to promote FREE animal services such as vaccinations, sterilization surgeries, heart worm treatments and preventive medicines. Help us raise awareness for the need for pet owners to be responsible with ownership of pets.
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