Willow is a bit shy at first but warms up quickly to people who what to love her. She has a spay appointment for 10/24/11. She gets along with other dogs but would prefer to be the center of your attention. We suspect she is housetrained because she doesn't mess up her kennel. She will wait to go potty outside her kennel run. Willow is up for adoption through Swampy Paws Canine Rescue and her adoption fee is $100 which includes age appropriate vaccinations, dewormer, flea/heartworm prevention and spay. Call 225-772-8836 for an appointment to see her.
Swampy Paws Canine Rescue is a small family run non-profit animal rescue located in Livingston Parish. We provide a safe haven for abused, neglected and abandoned animals in rural Livingston Parish.
Volunteers are needed in every area to continue to rescue the helpless animals.
You do not have to foster to volunteer! You may only have an hour a week to dedicate and that's ok, we have something for everyone.
Can't volunteer but want to help? Donations are always needed and appreciated!
You may donate using PayPal at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can donate directly to our account at our local vet's offices to help with medical costs.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
To donate please call 225-772-8836 or donations can be dropped off at the Petco in Denham Springs with the name Swampy Paws.
Come Meet Our Pets...
To meet one of our adoptable dogs call 225-772-8836 or 225-369-1999 to make an appointment to meet one of our adoptable pets!
Our Adoption Process...
Swampy Paws Canine Rescue currently has an adoption fee of $150 which includes age appropriate vaccinations, dewormer, flea/heartworm prevention, heartworm test (if over 6 months of age), vet check and spay/neuter.
A fenced yard and home visit are REQUIRED to adopt
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