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I am already neutered, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
He went directly from Doc's after altering into foster care with Trina, puppy foster mom.
Our foster mom will give us updates to post as they are known. Her attention to detail will let you know if this pup will be suitable for your home.
The foster mom will give this fur-baby a name as his personality develops.
08-14 OH these little puppies are just angels! Still a little weary of people, running and trying to hide, but the tri-color warms up in minutes, the other, well he just as soon to keep his distance.
Jon introduced himself immediately after we arrived home, cuddled with the tri, the other ran in circles around him. He'll come around.
8-17 They are settling in real well now. Eark (merle) has really warmed up to Jon, comes right to him, lays in his lap, even kisses him! Onchu (tri) he's just a little confident "I love everybody" attitude. They yap at passing cats but when cats enter their play area, they just sniff and go on. We played a chase game with a toy attached to a rope, they LOVED it! Eark likes to lay in the pond, but only after the water evaporates and cool mud is left behind. Onchu stands on the little dog house, perched so he can watch the much older and larger dogs mosey about the yard.
They have adjusted nicely, are doing real good! I can't wait for them to start classes. Jon said that he will hold Eark for class since Eark has taken to bonding with him. He's a mans dog. It will be SO much fun for everyone! We now have 7 puppies in class, what an opportunity for socializing!
08-18 First class update from Trina
Onchu did VERY well, socialized great with everyone, gave out kisses and learned Sit very efficiently! He is going to be easy to train. He really liked the "treat" part of the lessons!
Earc was shy, didn't want much to do with the people, but he adored playing with all the puppies. He would snatch up a leash and take a classmate for a walk. Jon got him to Come on command a number of times, as did Gwen, who is known in the dog world as the "treat lady". By the time class ended, and people were leaving, Earc approached us all without hesitation. He would follow Onchu's example and go right into a Sit.
Neither sheltie liked the leash, but we knew they wouldn't, it being a first for them. I think they're both going to do fantastic as time goes on and both learn very quickly!
You must be willing to housebreak this pup. We want adopters with the time & patience to train him, then be there for him when he grows old & incontinent.
No fence! No problem! We prefer dedicated leash walkers.
The adoption fee ranges from $150 to $300.
The fee is based upon veterinary care, age & size of dog.
The higher adoption fee on the younger small dogs helps care for the older dogs that take longer to find fur-ever homes.
Senior citizens and disabled receive a discount.
We also offer a discount to those in uniform keeping us safe.
Land of the free because of the brave.
Our adoption process begins with the e-mail or phone call to us. Please be prepared to furnish your complete name, address, telephone number, your veterinarian contact information & at least two personal references. We will then call you to ask a series of questions.