Hazel is the sweetest and most loving dog and does not know a stranger. She has been trained to sit, down and occasionally stay. She is quite the ball chaser and likes Frisbees also. Can de-fluff a stuffed animal in 5 seconds flat. She does great with neutral dogs but would be best as the only apple of your eye. She loves to lean into you and snuggle as you scratch her. Hazel was born in July of 2012.
Included with adoption: Age-appropriate vaccinations, heartworm preventative, heartworm test if over 6 months, insurance for 30 days, one free veterinary visit, microchip with registration, and spayed or neutered- if not already, a voucher is provided.
We are a 501c organization that saves pets from high kill shelters, off the streets and also accept pets as owner surrenders so they do not have to step a foot in the shelters. We believe all animals deserve a good life and we strive to give them one! We give them any medical attention they may need, including spay/neuters, a microchip and vaccinations and find them a forever home.
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To adopt a pet from us you must first fill out an adoption application/contract and if you are approved you also must agree to a home check so we can insure the pet is in a proper environment. The adoption fee is $150 for altered pets and includes Spay/Neuter , vaccinations, microchip, deworming and microchip registration. Puppies are $199 and includes the spay/neuter at 6 months of age, age appropriate shots, microchip and registration, deworming.
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