Giovanna was rescued while trailing after her mom (Renata, also posted) and siblings in a park in San Bernardino. Their rescuer was unable to find their owners and did not want to attempt to rehome them by themselves so they surrendered the family to us. She is three months old and weighs about 6 pounds, her mom weighs 20 pounds. Her adoption fee is $495 which covers the cost of her spay, rabies vaccine, 4 sets of distemper/parvo vaccines, fecal testing, deworming, microchip and microchip registration. If you are interested in adopting please read the following paragraphs which detail the adoption process, and instructions on completing the adoption application and information about adopting a puppy. If you are interested in meeting more than one puppy prior to adopting, please list your first and second pick so that we can efficiently coordinate with other applicants. Upon receipt and approval of your adoption application we will coordinate with you to meet the pups you are interested in during our weekly adoption event at the Petsmart of Yorba Linda.
If you are interested in meeting this dog at our weekly adoption event on Saturdays at the Petsmart in Yorba Linda, CA (5521 Mirage St.) between 1-5 PM, please fill out an application from our website, poochmatch.com, and return it via email to email@example.com no later than 11 AM on Fridays. Due to the high volume of dogs and puppies in our foster homes, it is impossible to bring them all every Saturday. The only way to ensure that the dog that you are interested in will be at the adoption event is to FILL OUT AN APPLICATION AND BE APPROVED FOR ADOPTION. Otherwise, we cannot guarantee that the dog you are interested in will be at our adoption event. If you cannot make the time frame of our events, appointments can be made at another time and location solely at the discretion of the foster parent.
Puppies adoption fees range from $325 to $495 and always include the mandatory and non-negotiable Spay/Neuter, 4 sets of distemper/parvo vaccinations, Rabies and microchip at 4 months when altered, 2 de wormings, fecal testing and medication related to worms, or parasites (coccida/giardia).
Puppies are not house-trained although they may have begun crate-training and/or potty pad training in their foster home, depending on their age. House-training is a process that will need to be completed by their adopter. Puppies, if left unsupervised and not redirected will develop negative behaviors such as using the restroom in the wrong place, chewing, barking, whining, etc. Please be sure to do research on raising a puppy and be sure that you are prepared to do so. This is a great article from 3LostDogs that explains the trials and tribulations of puppyhood: http://3lostdogs.com/things-wish-everyone-knew-before-they-get-dog-2/
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