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My name is April!

Miniature Pinscher Dog for adoption in Bridgeton, Missouri - April
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All About Paws

Facts about April

  • Breed: Miniature Pinscher
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
My name is April and I am a beautiful, 5 year old miniature pincher. Or, you can just call me a little coffee bean as I am known in my foster home! I have a gorgeous deep brown coat that shines in the sunlight. Want to know something super cute about me? My ears! A lot of the time, they tilt halfway over, but sometimes, one stands up! I think that happens when I am feeling extra happy and curious. I have a sad story, but I try not to dwell in the past too much. I was born in and lived the first few years of my life in one of the worst puppy mills in Missouri. My foster mom says, it’s the kind people see on the news that just breaks their hearts. When All About Paws first rescued me, I didn’t want anyone to touch me; I wanted to just hide in my crate or under furniture. But, as it turns out, not all people are scary! My foster mom has even had me get to know a couple of other people besides her, and I feel calmer around them too; especially when they give me yummy things to eat! I will even let my foster mom pet me and when she is determined pick me up! I’ve had about a year of experience living in a human home and I’ve learned a lot. I know how to follow a routine, and I am ok hanging out in a crate during the day while my human is at work. Right now, I use a potty pad; my foster mom says I have great aim! Every now and then I have an accident when I’m moving around the house a lot, but now that I’m starting outside training, thanks to my new, special harness, I think I’ll be able to do better at not having accidents! As far as my potential new home goes, mostly I need a forever family with a lot of patience and love. I might be really nervous at first; so a special room to start in would be good. The kitchen in my foster moms house works great for this; it’s like my own personal den; but I still get to see people moving around and doing things. I also have a crate in there just in case things feel scary, or I just want some “me” time.
As for doggie friends? I love them! In fact, having them around seems to calm me some. I can see how they trust their humans and I can watch them while I am learning. I give my doggie friends kisses, snuggles, and sometimes play a little. I enjoy lying in dog beds, sunshine patches, and couches. I want to be in a home where I can lay on the human couch, so that I can keep learning to trust. If you are wondering about those little humans, the babies and kids? I say, no thanks. I haven’t really experienced them, and I’ve heard they don’t have a lot of patience. Heehee! I’ve come a long way since…you know…and I plan on becoming the best doggie friend I can be! My foster mom says, that when she looks at me, she sees so much love in my eyes. She knows that I am just scared a lot, but I do love my human family and friends! If you think I’m a great doggie for you, let an AAP volunteer know and fill out and application.April is up to date on all shots, heart worm negative, on heart worm preventative, microchiped, de-wormed, had a dental and spayed. April’s adoption fee is $300.00. WE DO NOT ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS. Out of state adopters are responsible for arranging transport, WE DO NOT SHIP DOGS. For events calendar and adoption application please go to our website at aaprescue.org

About All About Paws

About Our Rescue Group...

All About Paws Rescue is a 501c3 group of volunteer animal lovers whose mission is to rescue, provide sanctuary, and ultimately re-home abandoned, stray and neglected companion animals. All animals in our care are spayed or neutered and receive necessary medical attention. The All About Paws foster home system provides a safe haven for the animals until they can be placed in carefully screened, forever homes.
For more information visit our website www.aaprescue.org

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

AAP PO Box 621 Bridgeton, Mo 63044

Come Meet Our Pets...

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WE DO NOT DO ON THE SPOT ADOPTIONS

If you would like to make a donation:
All About Paws
PO Box 621
Bridgeton, Mo. 63044
All the donations go directly to the care of the dogs

Our Adoption Process...

All potential adopters are required to fill out and submit an adoption application. Once the application is reviewed and approved a home visit from a rescue representative is scheduled.
Must be 25 or older to apply
For an adoption application please go to our website www.aaprescue.org