You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.MAGGIE AND MAYA ARE IN THEIR FOSTER HOME IN MEMPHIS, TN AND WILL BE TRANSPORTED TO CT ONCE THEY ARE ADOPTED!
Chocolate or Vanilla? Cannot choose? We gotcha covered. Maggie (Blonde) and Maya (Black) are bonded 4 year old, 10lb chihuahua mixes, and they are two scoops of perfection. Maggie and Maya were surrendered by their person who had to move into a facility where they could not stay with her. These girls are P.E.R.F.E.C.T. Loving, fun, entertaining, medium to low activity, and LOVE nap time. M&M love to sleep with you but will sleep in their crate if you insist. They are house and crate trained and heartworm negative. Maggie and Maya are fine with other dogs but would excel having all of the attention. They are friendly and great with older, considerate kids who have excellent doggie manners.
Maya had to be treated for heartworms, but she currently has a clean bill of health. They have both been in a foster home for about 4 months, and the foster loves these two precious girls. THESE GIRLS WILL BE ADOPTED TOGETHER AND WILL NOT BE SEPERATED. Their adoption will be discounted as listed. They both require an adoptive home with an excellent veterinary history for current or former pets and a secure fence. Preference will be given to applicants with specific breed experience.
Both girls are fully vetted including spay, microchip, all shots as well as rabies shot. Their adoption fee of $500 (per dog) includes the transport to CT. We use a licensed and registered USDA transport company that will bring Maggie and Maya up north after they are adopted.
We will apply a 15% discount to the adoption fee of the second dog. The final adoption fee for both girls is $925.
To apply to adopt Maggie and Maya, go here: http://www.newbeginningsanimalrescue.net .
Any Questions, email us at email@example.com . THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING ADOPTING A RESCUED PET!
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