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In shelter Dog

Elk Grove Village, IL, 60009
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Havarti is a happy little boy who loves to play and wants to snuggle when its nap time. Harvey is a smart little guy, too. Hes started to learn some basic commands, is doing well with potty training and is crate trained. Harvey sleeps through the night and will let you know when he wakes up in the morning and needs to go outside. Harvey is still a puppy and, like all puppies, can get a little nippy sometimes, plus he has a lot of puppy energy, so toys are a must. Harvey would benefit from obedience training to learn additional commands and perfect his manners. 

Havarti would prefer a fenced in yard, because he loves to run around outside and play with his brother and his fosters dogs. He would really like it if the kitty played with him, too, but mom says to leave the cat alone. Its ok, there are lots of toys to play with. 

Havarti has so much love to give. Could you be his forever family to love? If youre interested in meeting Havarti, please complete the application on the AHF website:
The adoption fee is $475 which includes deworming, microchipping, 3 sets of puppy shots, rabies and neuter when old enough. After his/her neuter, you will get a $55 refund.

Almost Home Foundations adoption requirements:
(1) Be at least 21 years of age;
(2) Have the consent of all adults living in the household;
(3) Have approval from the residence owner;
(4) Have valid ID with current address;
(5) Be approved by Almost Home Foundation as a suitable adoptive home; and
(6) Live in the suburbs surrounding Schaumburg (Illinois Residents only)
*** Please note that Almost Home Foundation accepts only cash or checks for adoption fees; we do not accept debit or credit cards. ***


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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