Puppy Millie would do great in a home with a friendly dog-role model, cats, and older kids.
About: Rosie’s litter comes to us from the Central Valley as owner surrenders. This little family was an accidental litter and were kept contained in the backyard with 2 other dogs. Though the people were very nice, they didn’t get their adults fixed and so puppies happened. They did not know how, or have the means to care for young puppies so they came to us with the things we normally see if left untreated young — including worms, ticks and fleas. They have been vetted, received their first vaccinations, microchipped, and treated for parasites.
Mama is a 30 lb spaniel mix and Dad is a 50-60 lb retriever shepherd mix. The puppies are sweet, playful, and looking, committed homes ready for the next 15 years of dog ownership.
Looking for homes with:
Flexible work schedule (puppies will have a hard time adjusting to an 8 hour work schedule) — New owners should have the time to devote to puppy training, socialization and life-long companionship
Preference to homes with experience raising dogs/willingness to enroll in training if first-time owners
Preference to home owners with fenced yards
Preference to homes with friendly dog role models
Looking for home with:
$375 adoption donation includes neuter, up to date on first shots, microchip, dewormed/flea tick treated, a free vet visit to your local banfield hospital.
Our Puppy Adoptions are slightly higher as they generate the majority of the funds to pay it forward to longer term residents, special-needs, and medical-needs cases… Think of it as a “cuteness” tax
he cost of the Spay/Neuter is included in the adoption donation and appointments will be pre-scheduled based on your availability, through HFP in Sacramento, California. If an adopter cannot make it to Sacramento for their appointment, adopters must provide proof of surgery before 20 weeks of age. Adopters must finish any age-appropriate shots for puppies at their own cost, and also agree to provide proper vetting and care for the dogs’ lifetime. Failure to provide proof of surgery by agreed upon time frame, may also result in fines.