found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
My name is Ethel (LOCAL 12/1)!
Facts about Ethel (LOCAL 12/1)
- Breed: Catahoula Leopard Dog/Labrador Retriever Mix
- Color: Brown/Chocolate
- Age: Young
- Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
- Sex: Female
Ethel (LOCAL 12/1)'s Info...
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Ethel is an approximately 6 month old gorgeous girl, one of 4 puppies found in the back yard of an abandoned home in Louisiana; they lived there with their mom (who also have available for adoption) and several other dogs – one big happy family.
Ethel and her sisters are learning socialization skills in their foster home in Louisiana and they are scheduled to arrive in New England on 12/1. Two of the sisters are adopted and Erin, the all black female (looks just like her Mom) are and Ethel are still available for adoption. See the movie for some stunning photos of this girl.
Donation: $475.00 (includes $185.00 transport fee paid directly to USDA approved transport company where applicable)
Interested in adopting this fantastic canine? Please visit our website and complete an online adoption application. http://www.pawsnewengland.com/adoption-form/
For additional info email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PET INSURANCE: Paws New England as recently joined VCA Animal Hospitals in a program providing new adopters with a certificate for an initial health exam at a VCA Hospital and treatment of certain conditions free of charges for the first 5 days. This is a great program and PAWS is thrilled to be participating in for our adopter. There are also numerous other pet insurance programs available to shelter animals.
QUARANTINE: Paws New England participates and abides by the quarantine rules and regulations set forth in the states of MA, CT, RI.
We are often asked, ""Why would you charge ""so much"" for a rescue pet? Why not just place it in a good home?" The answer is because we need adopters who are willing to support ALL rescue pets, not just the dog they adopt. A young, healthy dog might cost us $150-400 in discounted vet care, and many people will want to adopt it; an older dog with health issues can easily cost $500-1500 in veterinary expenses, and it may require months of foster care for rehabilitation yet we can only ask a minimal adoption fee, and it may be a long time until anyone comes forward to adopt him/her. Fees from the younger, more adoptable dogs help offset the cost of caring for the others.