I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Such a sad story for this litter of pups!!! ~ We were told there was a litter of 17 living in terrible conditions in a rural area of VA ~ The day they were pulled from the home there were only 9 pups left on the property... the rest were "given away" ~~ They were filthy, hungry, and covered in lice! ~ They were taken into the shelter... treated for lice... vaccinated... dewormed and sent on their way to our rescue or they would have been euthanized to make space for other incoming animals ~~ After arrival we noticed that 3 of the pups appeared to have a limp or "odd gate" about them ~ They were immediately taken to the vet for exam and xrays... one of the pups was fine and just has some growing to do but discovered that the other 2 pups had suffered broken legs at some point and did not heal as well as it could have had the previous owner taken them to a vet ~ We don't know how the injury occurred or if it was during or after birth ~ It does not seem to effect their mobility in any way but will be something to keep checking on as they grow and make sure they continue to heal properly ~~ These pups had a rough start in life but are all so very social and friendly and just love being around people you would never know they came from such an awful place! ~~ We are not sure what their mix is but some suggestions have been *Aussie, *Keeshond, *Lab, *Golden, *Flat Coated Retriever, & *Beagle... They are about 11wks old ~ all females ~ lice free ~ received their 2nd round of boosters and are absolutely beautiful babies that would love to find the forever home they each deserve! * 4 of the pups are black and fluffy ~ *4 are tan and fluffy ~ and 1 is a smooth merle color*
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Puppies require a lot of time for house breaking and training so it is in the best interest of the puppies that they be adopted to families where someone will be home most of the day ~ Thank you for understanding!