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My name is Brownie!

Facts about me

Breed
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Color
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
32502264

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

Brownie Is content to live outside with minimal human contact. Through no fault of his own he was never socialized with humans when he was a puppy.
Any one who wishes to adopt him should consider adopting his brothers Shylo and Bib bob JR. All three small Cavalier mixes. :)
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Rescue

Paws Ranch Rescue and Animal Sanctuary

Contact info
Pet ID
32502264
Contact
Ashlea Denton
Address
San antonio, TX 78164
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our adoption fee is $80. We offer a 7 day trial adoption. During that time we will review your application and you get to get acquainted with your new pet and have the option to return the pet for a full refund. also, you have 14 days to take the dog to the vet and if any serious is found we will refund the money or have the pet treated. please email pawsranchrescue@yahoo.com for an application. We accept cash, check, or charge. Thank You!

Go meet their pets

Call for an appointment we are very flexible or check our website for up coming adoption events! www.pawsranch.petfinder.org

More about this rescue

Paws Ranch Rescue and Animal sanctuary (PRRAS for short) got its start in 2010 thanks to a publicly voted grant from Pepsi. We exist solely on grants, donations, and the help of our dedicated volunteers. Our goal is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home or provide sanctuary to as many pets as possible. Dozens of abused, abandoned, and neglected animals have already been saved by PRRAS. More than 75% of all pets picked up by animal control services (ACS) are euthanized. The numbers are staggering. On average 1,500 pets die every month! We at PRRAS along with the Alamo Area partnership for animal welfare (AAPAW) and other local rescues are striving to make San Antonio a NO KILL city by 2012. You can help by getting involved. Adopt a less adoptable pet, foster a pet, sponsor a special needs animal, become a volunteer, donate funds, pet supplies, or food, educate friends and neighbors about the stray pet problem, spay and neutering, and encourage them to adopt instead of breeding or buying. Together we can reach our goal of No Kill by 2012!