Breeds:
Beagle, Terrier
Lost or found date:
07/08/2021
Pet name:
Buck
Gender:
Male
Size:
Medium
Age:
Baby
Description:
Meet Bonnie's outlaw puppies! They are medium sized beagle mixes. Their birthday is May 20th. Mama Bonnie appears to be a beagle mix and is about 38 pounds; dad is unknown. Puppy training is a multi-year commitment and a dog is a 10-15 year commitment. If you are up for lots of puppy training work, training, socialization, and puppy love, apply today! This puppy is not yet spayed/neutered, so is available for foster to adopt placement. This means that until the puppy is altered, they remain the legal property of the rescue. The surgery appointment is provided to the adopter the day the puppy goes home, and adopters are obligated to keep this appointment. The adopters are also responsible for bringing their puppy back to us for any vaccines or other needed vet care prior to finalizing adoption. Our puppy adoption fee is $400 which is due the day your puppy goes home with you, in addition to a $50 refundable spay/neuter deposit, which will be refunded when you bring your puppy to their prescheduled surgery appointment. The spay/neuter surgery appointment is not negotiable. Because of the foster to adopt process we are unable to adopt puppies to homes more than 20 miles from Buffalo.

Location


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