Download the form from http://www.shelteredpaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Adoption_App_Form_2015.docx. Upon completion, email the application back to firstname.lastname@example.org. No appointments to meet will be made until an application is approved for consideration. Please note that approved applications do not guarantee adoption as a meeting and home visit may also take place.
If you have specific questions not covered in the write-up below you can email Penny’s foster family at email@example.com. Using any other email will cause a delay in you getting the requested information.
Penny is sweet, little, pup who loves to cuddle. She was born in approximately November 2016. She is in foster learning to live in a home and how to be a good pup. She is a pit mixed with a super skinny breed (maybe a Whippet or Italian Greyhound) and she weighs ~30 lbs. She is young so she has some more growing to accomplish so her final/adult size is unknown. She likes humans and wants to play with well-balanced pups. She is curious but likes to stay close to her human. You can see her in action here:
• Scene 1 – Freedom Ride: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR7gxMIxU9Y
• Scene 2 – Rehab = Making Friends: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3AxrbQSJoE
• Scene 3 – Belly Rubs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4do3ipFugEA
Penny would benefit greatly from additional, positive training. She still has a little naughty puppy inside that shows itself sometimes. Her other growth opportunity involves interacting appropriately with dogs. She ignores a clear correction from a dog that does not want to play. Therefore, she cannot be taken to a dog park or any other location where she is allowed to interact off leash and unsupervised with another dog. Her home must have a secure, fenced yard. She chews whenever possible so she must be housed inside and in a crate when left alone.
More good stuff:
• She is spayed.
• She is up to date on shots including rabies.
• She has tested negative for heartworm.
• She is microchipped.
• She comes with a 2017 Hamilton County dog license (good in surrounding counties).
If you want to be her special human please complete an adoption application first. Go to http://www.shelteredpaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Adoption_App_Form_2015.docx to download an Adoption Form Questionnaire. Upon completion, email the application back to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have specific questions not covered above you can email her foster family at email@example.com.
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