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Your new pet is fostered in Cortland, NY - Contact Adele (call or text) at 315-378-2663 or you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fill out an application for this dog at http://eastcoastadoptions.com
~~Remi has a special need where she leaks urine, and is currently on probiotics to assist with a high white cell count in her urine. This may or may not stop once she starts her cycles and/or is spayed. It is unknown how/if this will affect this problem. Remi is so full of love, and enjoys nothing more than cuddling and falling asleep on your lap. She is genuinely a sweet girl looking for her perfect new home. She has a lot of energy and loves to run and play, find hidden treats and learn new tricks. Her beautiful eyes capture everyone's attention no matter who she meets. We truly hope she finds a very loving family.
We are a 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization - A Dogs In Danger Rescue, Inc. company.
Our dogs and puppies are rescued from high kill shelters and are now available for adoption!
They have been vaccinated, vet checked, health certified and dewormed.
Hours: 8am-8:30pm 7 days a week, by appointment only. (We are also available most holidays)
All adopters get 30 days free health insurance (covers solely accidents or illnesses).
We provide a spay/neuter voucher to our adopters.
All of our locations sell crates, playpens and starter kits (leash, collar, food, toys, treats, bowl etc) for adopters.
We do same day adoptions.
Unfortunately, we can not hold a dog unless prior arrangements have been made.
We are committed to saving the right dogs for the right people and offering support and education to ensure a successful forever situation for both our dogs and the humans who adopt them.
You can find this and all of our adoptable dogs listed on our website: http://eastcoastadoptions.com - You can view our dogs, fill out an application, find out more about us including our fosters or, simply drop us a line for more information.
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