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My name is Teddy Bear!
Facts about Teddy Bear
- Breed: Chow Chow Mix
- Color: Unknown
- Age: Puppy
- Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
- Sex: Male
- ID#: 57019
Teddy Bear's Info...
I am good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
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** THESE PUPS ARE BEING TRANSFERRED TO MAINE ON SUNDAY MARCH 3RD - IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ONE OF THESE CHOW MIX PUPS, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION ASAP **
Teddy Bear was saved from a high kill shelter in NC with his 3 siblings and is currently being fostered in Montour Falls, NY. These pups are believed to be chow mixes by their looks. We did not see mom or dad so breed mix will have to be an educated guess. The pups are approximately 14 weeks old. They are up-to-date on their vaccinations and will be microchipped before adoption.
The mandatory adoption donation for this puppy is $265.
If you are interested in this pup, please fill out an application by going to www.huskynlabrescue.org or by clicking on the link below for more information on Husky N Lab Rescue's web site and scrolling partway down the page to the application link. When we receive your application, we will be checking vet and personal references and will need to schedule a home visit.
HuskyN Lab Rescue is a foster home based rescue operating in several states. Many of the fosters also work full time outside the home, so appointments are required to visit the dogs or puppies. Most fosters require that you have submitted an application prior to meeting the dogs or puppies. An application is by no means a commitment to adopt an animal. Due to the fact that the rescue does operate in several states, please pay attention to where the specific animal you are looking at is located. Potential adopters will be required to travel to the foster home to meet/adopt the animal. In special cases, transport to move the animal to a different foster in another state (if one is available near the potential adopter) may be arranged to facilitate long distance adoptions.