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Darla has found her forever home with Lauren G in Plympton, MA   

In shelter Dog

Medfield, MA, 02052
Pet name:
Darla has found her forever home with Lauren G in Plympton, MA
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Date:
09/09/2022
Age:
Baby
Colors:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Size:
Medium
Description:
Darla is on her way to MA.  She will be at Open House on Monday, October 3, 3-5 pm at 106 Adams St, Medfield. MA, unless spoken for before that time.  

To attend Open House you must have an approved application.  If you are interested in adopting- please submit an on-line application at foreverhomerescue.org.

Heeler/  black  &. tan coonhound mix puppies- 3 months old!
There are 4 puppies in the "Little Rascal" litter:
 Males: Froggy, Spanky and Alfalfa
Female: Darla

They were an accidental litter, that was was surrendered to rescue.  

Their foster mom says that they are sweet, loving puppies, and so adorable!   They love to be with people, like to play with each other, like toys and are always up for a treat.  They are crate trained, and are doing well with housebreaking.

Darla  weighed about 11 pounds at 11 weeks old. She is looking for a loving family that has the time and patience to train, play with and exercise a puppy.  She is best suited for a family with children 5 and older.


Adoption fee: $550
Adoption Coordinator: Vera

Forever Home Rescue New England is a 501(c)3  non-profit organization. We are a network of foster homes in the South and the New England area. 

If you wish to adopt our dogs,  please complete an online APPLICATION. You must first be approved by going through our application and screening process.

All dogs are up to date on their shots, dewormed and spayed or neutered. 
Vet fees, transport fee and New England quarantine fees ARE INCLUDED in each dogs adoption fee. 
Forever Home Rescue makes all of the transportation arrangements.

Forever Home Rescue suggests obedience training for all puppies and dogs.
Any dogs older than pups--even if they are not marked housetrained in their posting---usually housetrain within a day or two, because most are used to living outside in the South and will prefer to do their business outdoors. 
Our dogs and pups are best suited for families with children 5 yrs old and up.

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