WHITNEY NEEDS A FOREVER HOME!
Approx Age: 8 months as of June 2017!
Currently Living at: Foster Home
Whitney was only eight weeks old when she and 9 others were dumped in an old broken down house with just a bag of food. When they arrived at New Love, they all had severe upper respiratory infections, skin infections, they were covered in bug bites, and all had demodectic (non-contagious) mange. They were in very bad shape. We did not hesitate to rescue them knowing we had a long road of healing to go through. That was Thanksgiving of 2016. Today Whitney is thriving, happy, healthy and ready to find her forever home! She has long legs and the sweetest attitude. She loves to snuggle next to you when you hold her. She loves playing with other dogs, and stretching those long legs on walks!
Also remember, Whitney , is a young puppy and will need to continue house-training but has done excellent at her foster home. Whitney is spayed. Whitney is on the tail end of completing her demodectic mange treatment, but will need to visit the vet for a skin scrape to confirm when treatment is completed.
INTERESTED IN ADOPTING ME?! My adoption fee is $425. â
Our dogs receive routine vetting: DAPPv, Bordetella, Rabies, Worming, Microchip and additional vetting as necessary. Our adoption fee helps us over these costs as much as possible. If you are interested in adopting any of our wonderful dogs, please fill out our ADOPTION APPLICATION or visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org/adoptme
WANT TO HELP DOGS?!
Fosters make it possible for dogs to receive the start of New Love they deserve. By opening your home and heart these dogs make it out of shelters and into a temp home with you until they find their forever families! To learn more about fostering please visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org and you can fill out a short questionnaire to get started! You can also contact us at NLARescue@gmail.com.
You can help dogs meet potential new families by handling them at adoption events when they otherwise couldn't make (maybe their foster is working and 2 hours of your time can still help them get there)! To learn more about fostering please visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org and you can fill out a short questionnaire to get started!
We are an all volunteer organization and relay on the generosity of donations to support our dogs! To donate you can visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org/donate/
TO LEARN ABOUT OUR ADOPTION PROCESS please visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org.
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