Adelaide is a 2 year old Aussie. This Australian Shepherd was rescued along with her two sisters from a breeding facility in Central PA. Her sister was shot in the face and when the wound became infected, the farmer cut off part of her face/jowls/lip. This was last year and it has since healed. His brutality did not mar the exquisite beauty of these fair sisters. One sister left with her new family and has received rave reviews a week later. Really sweet dogs.
Please fill out our online application OR write to BillSmith4Animals@gmail.com and answer the following questions: Name, name of spouse, full address, vet and vets phone number, ages of children and description of other pets in home. This dog requires a fence and potential adopters are required to have good vet references. If you dont provide us with the above information we cannot move forward with the adoption. NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL OR CALL TO ASK IF THE DOG IS STILL AVAILABLE. DOGS NO LONGER AVAILABLE ARE REMOVED FROM OUR PETFINDER PAGE IMMEDIATELY. IF THE DOG IS POSTED HE/SHE IS STILL AVAILABLE. DUE TO THE NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED WE DO NOT HAVE TIME TO GIVE OUT ADDITIONAL INFO ON THE DOG UNLESS YOU FIRST FILL OUT OUR SIMPLE/BRIEF APPLICATION OR EMAIL US WITH ALL THE INFORMATION WE REQUEST. WE CONDUCT HOME VISITS PRIOR TO ADOPTION SO PLEASE KEEP THIS IN MIND WHEN APPLYING. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
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