already neutered, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Meet Jake, new to Sherry's Place and ready for his forever home. Jake is a sweet and friendly little boy who is fine with other dogs, but never misses a chance to be held on his foster mom's lap. He is calm and relaxed, and happy to spend the day relaxing with his foster family. If you have been searching for a lovable companion who likes to give kisses, then Jake could be the one for you. He is 10 yrs old and weighs 7 lbs. Adoption donation is $350.
We are a small all volunteer , 501(c)(3), nonprofit rescue group, dedicated to saving & rehoming Yorkies & other small breed dogs. Our Mission is to evaluate , rehabilitate and place these dogs in permanent loving homes. Incoming dogs will be examined & treated by veterinarian and cared for in experienced foster homes, until they are adopted by an approved family. We will incorporate education & public outreach to help further these goals.
If you need to surrender a small dog, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 856-692-1053
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All potential adopters must be willing to submit an application, supply a Veterinary reference, personal references, and agree to both a phone interview, and a home visit before approval. An adoption agreement contract will be signed by both the Rescue & Adopter.
We want to be certain that you and your new family pet, are a good, forever match. Fees vary, and are not used for profit. All funds go toward helping to save & happily re home more dogs.
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