found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and good with dogs.
Doc has already advised us that we MUST let her gain some more weight, be very careful with her to make sure she eats, does not have a low blood sugar crash. Tiny babies need extra attention. Doc will make the determination as to when it is safe to spay her.
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Sheila comes from a very conscientious kennel that does a good job with their pets. They worm, vaccinate, use preventatives & they socialize them.
They do release the pups to rescue that they are unable to sell rather than destroy them. We are extremely grateful!
We have placed this fur-kid in puppy foster care.
We are not adopting this tiny baby to a home with small children so please do not ask.
The foster updates on his/her likes & dislikes will help you know if this fur-kid is suitable for your home.
The foster has a very important job, evaluating, loving, letting go to make room for another fur-kid at risk.
03-25- Sheila is a very sweet baby girl with lots of love she is a bit bigger now up 2 1/2 lb and is very active girl . This is a very smart puppy .
03-30- Sheila is a tiny baby girl but holds her own with the bigger pups . She is very outgoing and just loves people to hold her and carry her around .A real joy .
You must be willing to housebreak this pup. We want adopters with the time & patience to train him/her, then be there for him/her when he/she grows old & incontinent.
No fence! No problem! We prefer dedicated leash walkers.
Out of state adopter? No problem! You must come take delivery of your pup. The foster mom will place him/her in your arms, see the glow of joy on your face.
The adoption fee ranges from $175 to $325.
The fee is based upon veterinary care, age & size of dog.
The higher adoption fee on the younger small dogs helps care for the older dogs that take longer to find fur-ever homes.
Senior citizens and disabled receive a discount.
We also offer a discount to those in uniform keeping us safe.
Land of the free because of the brave.
Our adoption process begins with the e-mail or phone call to us. Please be prepared to furnish your complete name, address, telephone number, your veterinarian contact information & at least two personal references. We will then call you to ask a series of questions.
contact: 7 Bells Sanctuary: 660-668-3567