Ruff Ruff! My name is Piper
|Breed:||Pug/Corgi Mix||Color:||Black - With Gray Or Silver||Age:||Senior|
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Female||ID#:||4529434|
I am already spayed, purebred, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
Please contact Melissa (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
Piper is around 10-12 years old. Very cute and friendly but can be a bit sassy with other dogs. She suffers from a condition called dry eye so has drops to help with this that she takes 2 times a day. She is spayed, current on her vaccinations and heartworm negative. She's an elderly lady so she does have some age related health issues such arthritis.
For adoption information please go to our web site at:
www.lhsk9.org -- for an adoption application email:
More information about Libby's Haven for Senior Canines
Rescue Group Info...
Libby's Haven for Senior Canines is an all-volunteer group dedicated to re-homing and caring for Senior dogs in need. Most of us work full-time jobs. E-mail is generally the most efficient way to contact us.
We are a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization. Any donation you make to us is tax deductible.
The adoption events that we attend can be found on the "Upcoming Events" page of our main website http://www.LHSK9.org.
Libby's Haven requires:
a written application (may be e-mailed)
personal and veterinarian references
a phone conversation with a Libby's Haven adoption counselor
a home visit from a Libby's Haven volunteer prior to final adoption.
We only schedule meetings between prospective adopters and dogs in their foster homes after these steps have been completed. We also attend area adoption events with our Senior dogs and we encourage interested folks to meet Libby's Haven dogs at these events. Prospective adopters do not need to have gone through our application process to meet our Seniors at the various adoption events! You can check our web site at www.lhsk9.org to see what events we will be attending.
When you adopt a Libby's Haven dog, we ask you to pay an adoption fee. These fees cover a portion of veterinary expenses and help to make our continuing rescue work possible.