Meet Hope and Haus, they had a rough start to life, but are our miracle babies! Their mama Mazie, underwent emergency surgery when they were a day and a half old to remove four babies that were left inside of her. Subsequently they were bottle-fed and four of their living siblings did not make it through the first week. But these two were fighters and won their fosters heart, and many supporters all around, big time. Since they were in the same foster home, Roxanne took them in as her own at a week and a half old. So they have been raised with nine other siblings and a mothers love. They look about the same size as Roxanne's babies right now, at 4 1/2 weeks old (born may 3), but their weight says otherwise. They are light babies but so playful and alert and snuggly. They are the first to run to you as soon as you walk in the door. They have short Little legs and look like little teddy bears. They have won over every single person that has met them and make the cutest pair! They will be available The first of July.
The adoption fee of $525 includes age-appropriate vaccines, initial de-worming, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, USDA interstate health certificate (for transport only) and transport fee. Please go to our site for general information and the adoption application. fordogssakerescue.org. The application is the first step in all adoptions/inquiries. This is not a link; please type in into a new browser window. At this time, we are unable to adopt to Rhode Island residents. Please note: Pups marked “pending” are adopted but not yet traveled home. They are to be considered unavailable. Thank you. Additional information is available on our site fordogssakerescue.org.
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