Before completing an application, please take into consideration breed characteristics, puppy shenanigans and the size at full grown.
-I am full of razor-sharp puppy teeth and LOVE to chew.
-I am not house trained or crate trained. (Working on it)
-I need exercise, play time, mental enrichment time NOT confined to tons of crate time!
-I need quality time spent with them to learn their proper manners, obedience training, house training and LOTS of time to properly socialize them.
-I have had a rough start to life and need the best home possible for me to learn about love and loyalty.
-We only place our dogs and puppies into home that meet "their needs.Our dogs are fully vetted. This includes spay or neuter, age-appropriate vaccinations, rabies, microchipped, Heartworm and Lyme tested, worming, flea treatments, Heartworm prevention started, and any other medical care needed.
Our adoption fee also includes 6-week group obedience class (value $125.)
If adopting a puppy underage, we cover spay/neuter at 6 months.
If applying for a dog listed as "foster to adopt this simply means you start out as a foster home while their medical situation and/or spay & neuters are being done and then you adopt once complete.
To apply to adopt:
Visit our website- www.caninepartnersprograminc.org
Click Adoption tab- Read about our adoption process and requirements then complete the adoption application by clicking on the rescues face. Their info will pop up with an application button.
Canine Partners Program, giving dogs a second chance at a happy life with our rehabilitation program! Thank YOU for considering giving them that happy home they deserve!
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