The adoption fee for Sugar is $ 295.00. which includes spay, heartworm test, vaccines, rabies vaccine, microchip and any other medical she would need while in our care.
Sugar is a 6 year old Pit Bull mix.
Sugar was released to us after spending over 3 years being a lab experiment.
It is heartbreaking to know that this sweet little girl has never known what it is like to be part of a family, to be doted on and treated like a much loved family member.
She is looking for a forever home that can show her love and patience.
Sugar is very people friendly, energetic and would be a great companion for a person that's active.
She would do best in a home with No small dogs or cats.
Obedience training is mandatory for all dogs adopted from our rescue. The choice of trainer is up to the adopter, unless otherwise noted in the bio. We do require an obedience deposit check in the amount of $200.00 at the time of adoption.
This is a refundable deposit. The check is stapled to the adoption contract and held in a file until we receive proof of completion for your training program. The check will not be cashed if you complete training and provide us with proof, at which time the check is mailed back to you. The check will only be cashed if you do not complete training!
If you have any questions, are interested in meeting Sugar or are considering adoption, please send us an email:
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