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DOB 4/17/17 Renee took in these two pups on June 3, today we did pics and they have a belly full of worms so today was their first de-worming flea bath (loaded & hair loss from scratching) first puppy vaccine done. They should start growing better with puppy food (not old roy adult) and deworming. They weigh about 5/6lbs now family who surrendered them said they were catahoula leopard dog, bulldog, great pry. by the fuzzy coat that needs to grow back due to the fleas I can see the great pry. It is not uncommon for a great pry to loose the mask as they get older. But knowing their age they might not get as large as a great pry can.
The rescue asks you to read all information listed on this pups profile, as well as our information on adoption process page/tab located on the rescues website.
Most available pets for adoption start in foster care in KY/TN. This allows for time to start each animal on a vetting schedule ie de-wormer, vaccines, vet apts. This is for the animals health & well being.
This rescue has two forms of adoption and animals are posted where future foster homes may be. Direct adoption which is once an animal had been out of the shelter for 2 plus wks has two or more 5 way vaccines and your able to meet transport and take the pup home. Meet n greet adoption is IF the pet is not adopted first and arrives in foster care up north. This will occur once all vaccines, vetting and willing foster home is available. Transport takes adopted pets first from all agencies so availability depends on the transport companies open spots.
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