'Adoption Pending' We have a very special friend who is interested in adopting Tawny but we have to 'cat test' her first to be sure she'll be a good match. So for now. we will not be accepting anymore adoption applications --
Tawny is as you can an adorable low rider that found herself thru no fault of her own in a kill shelter in KY. She’s Corgi mix but I can’t put my finger on what she’s mixed with. Tawny is about two years old & only 33 lbs. She just LOVES people & just so affectionate, sweet and gentle. She’s being fostered with lots of other dogs & she’s having a ball. She has a very jaunty little walk & we’re looking forward to seeing who will be lucky enough to bring this joyful little baby girl into your life.
For more info read our adoption requirements & if you can meet or exceed them, you can apply here at my website.
All LnF pups/dogs have been temperament tested & live in foster homes ~ All pups and dogs have been housebroken (puppies are paper trained) & crated trained ~ All pups/dogs have been Microchipped ~ Tested for Heartworm, Ehrlichia & Lyme ~ Each dog is on Heartworm Medication year-round while in our care ~ Up to date with Rabies ~ Distemper, Parvo & Leptospirosis vaccines ~ Wormed.
Our adoption fee includes (30) days of FREE pet insurance with an option to purchase, but it's your choice. We strive to provide the BEST medical care available so that YOU are assured all our pups/dogs are healthy, up-to-date on all necessary shots, spayed or neutered by our rescue.
Adoption Requirements: *A minimum physical 4-foot high fence or is higher is always mandatory and must be installed. Some dogs may need a 6-foot wood or vinyl fence & if so it's noted on their profile. We will not consider any applications that does not have an installed fence. We do NOT accept any type of electric fence, no exceptions.
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