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Licorice   

In shelter Dog

Santa Ana, CA, 92704
Pet name:
Licorice
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Miniature Pinscher
Date:
04/21/2022
Age:
Baby
Colors:
Golden
Size:
Medium
Description:
**Including Licorice, there are three females left**

While the litter look like they could be dobermans, a DNA TEST shows American Village Dog (Vizsla), min pin, and Cattle Dog! As of mid-April, they are 6 months old. They will remain on the lower side of medium, under 35 pounds. They are a happy, playful bunch. We received a call about their mom (the father is unknown) and how there was an unwanted litter. We were able to take in the puppies and they are now on the lookout for their forever homes. They are typical active, curious, affectionate, friendly, sociable, trainable puppies. They are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and microchipped.

Please do NOT call to ask if this puppy is available for adoption. If this listing is still posted then we are still accepting applications. Please read the narrative in its entirety. Please note our adoption procedures are explained in GREAT DETAIL BELOW. READ, READ, READ. Thank You. . . . . The best match will be selected and contacted to confirm an appointment at Petsmart in Yorba Linda on Saturday between noon and 3 pm or on a mutually agreeable day, time and place. We do not do out-of-state adoptions for puppies and we cannot hold puppies; please submit your application when you are ready to adopt.

The adoption fees cover the mandatory and non-negotiable spay/neuter, rabies, microchip, microchip registration, core vaccinations including rabies and 4 sets of distemper/parvo and deworming. Adoption fees vary based on age, breed, size and the costs incurred on the dogs behalf by us i.e. medical, behavioral training, etc. The adoption fee for a puppy is generally $495 - $525.

Puppies are not house-trained although they may have begun crate-training and/or potty pad training in their foster home, depending on their age. House-training is a process that will need to be completed by their adopter. Puppies, if left unsupervised and not redirected will develop negative behaviors such as using the restroom in the wrong place, chewing, barking, whining, etc. Please be sure to do research on raising a puppy and be sure that you are prepared to do so. This is a great article from 3LostDogs that explains the trials and tribulations of puppyhood: http://3lostdogs.com/things-wish-everyone-knew-before-they-get-dog-2/

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