found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
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I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
My new home is pawsome! My foster mom got me healthy, UTD on my shots (I didn't like that much), I ven got chipped so I can't ever get lost again! I get good food everyday and lots of love. I keep warm on her lap or on one of the human's laps that lives with me now. They treat me very well and I like it here with my new four and two legged friends. I even get along with my foster mom's 100 pound ambull/pitbull mix! I like her and she likes me too even though she is 15x my size! All I need is a warm lap, an occasional belly rub and a good meal everyday and I am all set. Easy Peasy, that's me! Wanna be my new family?
Hannah was a stray found in Garden Grove, CA; all attempts to contact and locate her original owners were unsuccessful. Hannah is one of the easiest and most calm dogs I have ever had the pleasure to foster in my home. She is tiny and weighs 3 pounds soaking wet. She is calm, loving and absolutely no trouble at all. She is most happy in your lap and will travel with you wherever you want to go. She is perfect for an active family and would also do well as a companion to an retired couple or individual that needs an easy care animal.
Thank you for inquiring with Caddywumpus Cottage Paws. We always have wonderful dogs in search of committed forever homes and appreciate you coming to us for your next family member.
We will be very honest about a dog's known background, habits, and personality; however you can expect a "get-acquainted" time together. Be aware that the dog may be anxious and frightened on its first day in your home. Anticipate a reasonable adjustment period. At first, it may appear nervous, have loose stools, vomit, or forget its housetraining manners. Being forewarned is a major step in the adjustment phase.
Our donation fee is minimal for services; more for dogs that require additional vetting before adoption. Our adoption agreement asks that you return the dog to us if you are unable to keep it. We will try our best to match you up with a family pet that will offer you its lifetime in companionship.
A lack of understanding of natural dog behavior is a huge part of the dog overpopulation problem. If people had stable dogs in their homes it would be rare they would ever give them up, and when they did have to it would be much easier to find a home for a behaved dog. It is the dogs with "issues" that our pounds and shelters are full of. Most homeless dogs are not the stable dogs that have had their instincts met. The good part is it is never too late for a dog; they can change if the humans around them change. It is the humans that need the training.