I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
This sweet girl was severely neglected when we rescued her. We are unsure of her age. One vet said she was 4 years old and another said 8 years old - so we are not sure. She is 42 lbs and as she is a little underweight, we are working to get her to a healthy weight. She is just the best behaved girl, she is quiet, gets along with all of the other dogs, and she is so well behaved you forget she is around!! She loves her doggie bed, seems to be well house and leash trained. She is a happy dog that gets along with all of the other dogs and people. We are not sure what type of dog she is but may have some schnauzer/border terrier/wheaten in her mix. When we rescued her, she had skin infections, heart worms and needed bi lateral acl
surgery. Her skin issues have been resolved, her heart worms treated and she has also been started on a monthly heartworm preventative. Our orthopedic surgeon fixed her back legs and she is well on her way to recovery. She had to be shaved down as her coat was so matted and her beautiful coat is growing back. total adoption donation of $525 and includes the required interstate health certificate and transport , spay/neuter, shots including rabies, bordatella, parvo, lepto, distemper and canine influenza, and micro chip with a lifetime pre paid registration. The total amount is payable to Shaggy Dog Rescue which is a 501c3. Some of our dogs are still in Texas in foster care. The application is online at http://houstonshaggydogrescue.org/application-process/
Just as a note, if you are in Massachusetts and are adopting directly from Texas rather than from a local foster, there are new quarantine laws in effect. All rescues must be quarantined 48 hours at a state run facility, and in addition, a second interstate health certificate is required to be issued by a Massachusetts vet. This new law may add an additional cost.