Bailey is a sweet girl who was born on June 12, 2012. Her mother, Bindi, was abandoned at a South Texas animal shelter while pregnant. She came to live in our foster home where she delivered 8 beautiful puppies including Bailey. Bailey was one of Bindi's puppies and was adopted. She is now in need of a new home that can handle her energy level. She loves to play and needs someone who will take the time to help her burn off that energy. She is crate trained and up-to-date on vaccinations and heartworm prevention. Please, email email@example.com for more information. Some of her siblings were Barnaby Buzz, Blizzard, Biscuit and Blossom.
Faithful Dog Rescue is a small rescue staffed by volunteers. Our primary focus is rescuing pregnant dogs who have been abandoned by their owners when they needed them most. We provide a safe and quiet environment for these mothers to deliver and raise their puppies.
We then find loving homes for the mother and puppies. All mothers and puppies are provided with medical care including vaccinations and spay/neuter surgeries.
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Fill out an application and we will set up a mutual time for you to meet the dog or puppy you are interested in.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption process starts with an application. Once the adopter has met the animal they are interested in adopting and want to proceed, we will have them sign an adoption contract basically ensuring the adopter will provide the dog with basic needs as well as their companionship. The adoption fee of $200 helps offset cost associated with their care. If a puppy is too young to be altered, a spay/neuter contract will be signed ensuring that the procedure is done when the puppy is old enough.This practice allows adopters to adopt animals who are younger, but also ensures that the animal is altered. It also allows the owner to choose who spays or neuters their animal.
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