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Code: BFT2022

Flame - Fall Litter   

In shelter Dog

Kenai, AK, 99611
Pet name:
Flame - Fall Litter
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Belgian Shepherd / Malinois
Date:
09/22/2022
Colors:
Black
Size:
Medium
Age:
Baby
Description:
Meet the "Fall Litter". These pups are just eight weeks old and they are now looking for their own homes. They are a mix of German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois - EXPERIENCE WITH THESE BREEDS IS PREFERRED, KNOWLEDGE OF THESE BREEDS IS A MUST! Their mom is part of our Spay-it-Forward Program; we will be paying to get her spayed to prevent future oops litters. 



Before considering adding one of these pups to your family, please note that KPAL Rescue has a mandatory adoption process in place which includes a background check and a home visit. More information on our adoption process can be found in our pinned post, please read that (and this adoption post) in their entirety - our process cannot be waived. We do not ship our animals and we do not allow for third-party transportation.



We have two males (Flame and Toddy) and three females (Ghost, Raven, and Maple) available. This litters foster tells us these are high drive dogs that, currently, have an "off" switch; but that could change as they grow older. She describes them as "the typical rambunctious ankle biters that youd expect from this breed combination. The runt of the litter is very sweet and needs her people, whereas one of the males is a little fearful and will need a patient handler." Overall, they are energetic and VERY SMART. They are well on their way to be potty-trained. But, beware, theyll tear up anything and everything. Again, these puppies are not for the inexperienced handler. As pups, their new families should expect LOTS of training and patience while these pups are continuing to learn potty-training, socialization, kennel-training, manners, and other life skills.



Our adoption process is outlined on our website: www.kpalrescue.org/pet-adoption/, our Adoption Application can also be found on that website. If youve already completed our adoption process and are interested in one of these pups, please email us at kpaladoption@gmail.com.



These puppies will be foster-to-adopt until they are spayed/neutered (once complete, the Adoption Contract will be finalized). KPAL Rescue puppies are vetted (age-appropriately vaccinated, microchipped, etc.) and are required to be spayed/neutered at around 12-14 weeks of age (a Foster-to-Adopt Contract will need to be signed at the event and the surgery date will be scheduled at that time). There will be an adoption fee of $350 + tax so that we can continue to help other animals in need. As always, donations are also very appreciated. Please share. 



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Kenai Peninsula Animal Lovers Rescue kpalrescue@gmail.com

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