already spayed, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
Pikachu and her four siblings were pulled from a hoarding case. They were living in horrible conditions and kept doubled-up in large plastic crates up to 23 hours a day. None were spayed/neutered, they all needed medical treatment for conditions such as demodex and flea dermatitis. Their nails were overgrown and twisted, causing foot pain and all needed updated vaccines. Because of their living environment, they were not socialized. The elderly owners were overwhelmed with trying to care for many dogs but had a hard time letting them go.
All the dogs have been altered and treated for their medical conditions. Now, they just need extra one on one attention and lots of love. They are absolutely loving being able to run and play outdoors and we think they will be able to bond closely with someone once separated and in loving homes.
If you have time and patience and would like to give one of these babies a home they deserve, please fill out the online application at www.fots.petfinder.com
We are a 501C Non-profit rescue that mainly pulls from our local high kill shelter. We also have a low income, low cost spay/neuter program. Since 2009, we have rescued and placed over 2500 dogs.
One at a time.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fees are $150.00 (unless sponsored, special-needs or otherwise noted). Fee includes spay/neuter, vaccines, de-worming, heart worm preventive and flea and tick treatment. We do not adopt our dogs to any homes that will chain or tie out.
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