Jasmine is playful and sweet. She is shy in the beginning so it will take a patient kind person to encourage her playfulness to come out. At her foster home, she plays with children and other dogs.
She loves to lay in laps and snuggle. She is still a pup so puppy training for basis skills is absolutely necessary for a well behaved and socially comfortably companion. Some of her lessons will be potty training and commands: such as walking on a lease, stay, sit, come, drop it.
The perfect home would be one that could spend lots of time training and bonding with this sweet pup.
Jimbo is her sibling hence the same bio information.
If you are interested in meeting Jasmine, please go to our website and complete an adoption application at: www.lovewoof.org .
Once an adoption counselor receives and approves your application, they will contact you (only if you match the animal's needs) to set up an appointment to meet the dog you applied for and/or any of the other dogs in the rescue. If the dog you applied for is not a good match for your particular situation, there might be others that are better matches.
The adoption fee for dogs under a year of age is $320 and $300 for dogs at least 1 year or older. Adoption fees allow WOOF Animal Rescue to continue to provide care and medical treatment (including spay/neuter services) for dogs while we look for their forever homes. The fees also helps cover the ongoing costs of caring for less adoptable dogs that require longer stays in the rescue, or more advanced medical treatment before finding their forever homes.
WOOF Animal Rescue, in Fremont CA, does not have a shelter, all of our dogs are raised in foster homes. Each dog comes spayed or neutered, up to date on vaccinations and rabies shots appropriate for their age, and dewormed, etc.
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