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Poppy (puppy)   

In shelter Dog

Warrenton, VA, 20186
Pet name:
Poppy (puppy)
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Poppy is a miracle puppy. Her mom Angel (in photos with her) was saved from death row in a southern shelter emaciated and in rough condition. So it was quite a shock when Angel’s foster mom awoke one morning to find Angel lying next to just *one* little puppy (very rare for a dog to have just one puppy). 

This little sweetheart is now about 6 months old and weighs about 30 pounds. She is extremely healthy, happy, and energetic. She shows her love and curiosity for our surroundings every day. There is only ‘happy, happy, and happy’ in her mind.

We were hoping to keep her and her mom Angel (in photos) together, but it was not to be. Mom found an adopter and now we’re looking for a forever home for her one little baby, Poppy, where she’ll have other fursiblings to play with!

She does great with other friendly dogs but she does need a patient and consistent family that can provide some reinforcement on housebreaking training (this is where having fursiblings will help as she will be able to learn from them what the house rules are; currently she is by herself).  

Her current foster dad is having surgery and unable to care for her much longer so please inquire on her asap if you are interested! 

Thank you for caring about a pet in need!

*NOTE*: Poppy is currently being fostered in the Charlottesville area however we are hoping to keep her as close to Warrenton as possible as that is where her mom, Angel, is located and we would like Poppy‘s new family to be in contact with Angel’s family so they can remain in each other’s lives. ♥


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