Adoption Fee: 400.00
Hey everyone! My name is Polly. I came from Texas originally. Actually, I’m still there! Since I’m not in Minnesota yet, I’m available through the Foster to Adopt program.
I have shared a home with a small dog but not young children. But I have met and liked other adults and older children while hanging out with my foster family.
I am a good eater and not super picky! I don't love my crate, but my foster family crates me when they leave. I like to bark for a while just in case they feel sorry for me, but then I just lay down and wait for them to come home. I am learning how to play fetch, but sometimes keep away is more fun than bringing the squeaky back. I haven't ever been to a dog park, but I love playing with my buddies at home so am pretty sure I would have a lot of fun at one. I love to grab my moms shoes to steal them, and hide under blankets so she can't find me. I am quite a little trickster - but it is all fun, nothing naughty!
Find out more about the foster to adopt program here:
I can’t wait to get to Minnesota to find my fur-ever family soon - July 24 to be exact. Please note: This animal may require further vetting upon arrival in Minnesota. Our veterinary suite is in Princeton, MN and they will require you to transport your animal to and from vetting appointments.
An adoption application is the first step in the foster to adopt program.
Ruff Start Rescue Criteria for Adoption:
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