This Farrah may not have the long flowing locks of that other famous Farrah (at least not yet) but we think with a little TLC and some high quality food she will be a real looker. She does have some chronic hairloss and dry skin on her back that needs to heal. All that aside she is a really fun girl who jumps to greet you, follows you around and is just nice company to have around. At this time Farrah prefers not to be picked up too much, but absolutely loves pets and affection. She is good with other dogs. contact us today about this spunky yorkie mix. Farrah is already spayed, vaccinated and chipped and ready to go!
Dog Town is a doggy daycare, boarding and grooming facility in Montgomery County, PA. We also now have rescue dogs that we house and care for until they are adopted. Most of our dogs are at high risk of euthanasia and come directly from local Philadelphia are shelters. We serve the greater Philadelphia area
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Dog Town Rescue's standard adoption fees range from $150-$350, depending on the age, size and type of an individual dog.
There is an adoption application and contract required. Landlord references are checked for any restrictions for potential adopters who rent, as are vet references. Resident animals should be spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccinations, unless there is a medical reason.
A dog meet with be required with any resident dogs to ensure it is a good match and all children ages 12 and under should also come meet the potential new dog.
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