In shelter Dog

Opelika, Lee County, Alabama, United ...
Shar Pei, American Staffordshire Terrier
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Magnolia was found on a dirt road all alone. Thankfully someone grabbed her and called us for help. We believe that she is between 7-8 weeks old. She is tiny. She already has the sweetest attitude and she loves to play. She is in a foster home with other dogs and kids and she is doing great.! She will be available to go home in a few weeks, after her 2nd set of shots. Apply Here: PLEASE READ TO THE END. Included in NHR adoption Fee with all dogs and Puppies: UTD with Vaccines, Micro-Chipped, Spay/Neuter at our Vet included, Treated for internal parasites, Tested for Heart Worms (age appropriate and treated if necessary} and kept UTD with Heart worm prevention. All New Hope Rescues are placed into loving Foster Homes learning socialization and house manners, not a stressful Kennel environment. New Hope Rescue is a 501-C3 Not for Profit, All Volunteer Organization. Because we are a small rescue we cannot transport out of our immediate area, however if you would like to arrange transportation we may be able to work with you. WE WILL ONLY CONSIDER HOMES THAT WILL MAKE THEIR DOG(S) A PART OF THE FAMILY. The adoption process will include verifying the information provided on the application, a phone interview, and a home visit. Because we are a Foster based rescue and you will be coming to our homes, we require a completed application to schedule a Meet and Greet with our Adoptable Dogs and Puppies. To schedule a Meet and Greet please fill out an application here:


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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