This is Atticus, the miracle dog! A few months ago, Atticus came to us severely emaciated, loaded in parasites and heartworm positive. We have worked day in and day out on his nutrition and treatment to nurse him back to health. He has gained over 10 pounds, his coat is coming back beautifully and his personality is really shining! Atticus is a total ham and loves everyone, he is happy hanging out with his people or sunbathing outside. He also enjoys walks, but does need a little more work on the leash. This handsome guy would make a great addition to any family!Our hospital is open for adoption visitation Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 5:00pm and Saturday's from 8:00am to 11:00am. If you have any questions please feel free to call us at 919-266-8177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All adoption fees are cash or check only, we do not accept credit cards for adoption fees.
To speed up the adoption process please visit our webiste, www.mmahrescue.org, to fill out an application and get pre-approved when you arrive to meet your new best friend! Prior to meeting an adoptable animal we do require an approved application to be on file, sorry for this inconvenience.
Cat adoption fees are $50 for kittens under 16 weeks of age and $75 for kittens/cats over 16 weeks of age. Dog adoption fees are $150 for puppies under 16 weeks of age and $175 for dogs over 16 weeks of age.
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