Mugsy is a male, mixed breed pup that was born in rescue and will be available for adoption mid-July when he is 8 weeks old. Mother and father are pictured in the photos, and look likely to be pit/bulldog/husky/shepherd mix... it's hard to be certain with rescue dogs though! Both mama and papa are very sweet, friendly dogs.
Interested in adopting? Please complete an interest form at
PLEASE NOTE: As a foster-based rescue, we don't have a facility for visits with multiple animals. Meet & greets with dogs are arranged one the pre-adoption application has been received, processed, reviewed, AND approved.
Puppy adoption fee is $450.00 + tax for the age appropriate vetting they have had so far (2 DHPP vaccines, deworming on a schedule, and will come with microchip). Puppies will still need: 1-2 more DHPP vaccines and a rabies on an age appropriate schedule, and eventual spay or neuter (recommended when closer to 5 1/2- 6 months old). If you would like the puppy altered at our vet, the adoption fee increases to $650.00 + tax (adopter is responsible for the in between vaccines). Altering the puppy at your vet, at your own cost, means the adoption fee is $450.00 + tax, with signature on a spay/neuter contract.
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All animals fully vetted appropriate for age:
Spayed or Neutered
4DX test (@12 months or older)
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