Have you ever wanted a pet that loves you and your family and no one else? That will adore you and their pack, but outsiders are viewed with caution? Well meet Shirley. Shirley is semi-feral pup. She was born apx May 2018. Shirley was trapped with her siblings by animal control. It will take patience and trust to seek human company. Shirley is excellent with other dogs and seems to be just fine with cats. They will bond fiercely with their family and be a devoted and loving member of the family. All it takes is time and patience. Shirley is available for foster to adopt. This will allow Street Paws to provide all the help and support their new family needs to begin their lives together. Ferals make amazing pets with just a little time. They are normally very laid back and easy dogs once you gain their trust. A home with at least one other dog and a fenced in yard is a must. Contact us if you are interested in becoming a member of our growing Street Paws pack!
In her current foster home she lives with a Pitbull and 2 Yorkie’s She has a doggie door that she uses, allows her foster Dad to let her on occasion but would prefer to come smell him when he is not looking. She likes to sneak everyone’s food bowls and take them outside. She did great with her recent vet checkup. We had the vet visit her in her foster home.
No out of state adoptions.
To apply to adopt this pet please fill out a Preliminary Adoption Application at http://streetpaws.org/adoption-application/. This application does not commit you to an adoption. It is used to screen those interested to make sure the home is a good match for the pet. We verify vet history on current/previous pets to ensure pets have been spayed/neutered and vaccinated annually. Our adoption fee is $250 for all of our dogs. They have been given age-appropriate vaccinations, are spayed/neutered, dewormed, received flea prevention, heartworm tested and treated if necessary, and microchipped.
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