already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Kela is a sweet little girl who was found as a stray here is Caswell County. She came to us from the APS of Caswell County as they are again overcrowded with both dogs and cats. Kela is believed to be a Feist mix. She is rather small at under 20lbs. and has a great temperament and seems to get along with other dogs well. She loves attention, belly rubs and many, many pets. If you like to come meet this sweet little girl Contact Us to make an appointment. More info about Kela can be found here: http://finewhinesandlickers.org/project/kela/
Fine Whines and Lickers is a small all volunteer dog rescue located in rural northern North Carolina. We provide a no kill, non-discriminatory rescue dedicated to the adoption of homeless dogs. We avidly work towards improving the lives of dogs through owner education, promoting spaying and neutering and providing safe sanctuary, with the goal of lowering the extremely high euthanasia rates in municipal shelters. Fine Whines and Lickers fundamental focus will be the rescuing and the adopting of animals to loving forever homes.
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To come meet any of our dogs please call us at (413) GET-A-DOG to set up an appointment.
Our Adoption Process...
Currently our adoptions fees are $100. This includes spay/neutering, heartworm test, distemper and rabies vaccines, deforming and flea and tick treatment. We require all potential adopters to fill out an application. Also personal and veterinarian references and a home check may be required.
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