Come meet Koda at our open house on Monday, October 3rd from 3-5 pm at 106 Adams Street, Medfield, MA! You must have an approved application on file and an assigned visiting time to attend so please apply today.
You can also make appointments to meet local dogs like Koda at their foster homes once your application is approved.
Koda is a super handsome Lab/Weimaraner mix who is about 32 pounds at a little under 5 months old. He and his five siblings -- Loki, Teka, Pongo, Jax, and Bella (all also posted for adoption) -- came into rescue when their mom was rescued as a stray. Koda loves playing with the other pups in his foster home, getting pats, going for swims, and chewing his toys.
As a young pup, Koda is working on his house and leash training; he has already mastered crate training. He would make the perfect addition to any family with the time and patience to train and love a puppy.
If you can give sweet Koda his forever home, please apply today!
Adoption fee: $550
Adoption coordinator: Hannah
Forever Home Rescue New England is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are a network of foster homes in the South and the New England area.
If you wish to adopt our dogs, please complete an online APPLICATION. You must first be approved by going through our application and screening process.
All dogs are up to date on their shots, dewormed and spayed or neutered.
Vet fees, transport fee and New England quarantine fees ARE INCLUDED in each dogs adoption fee.
Forever Home Rescue makes all of the transportation arrangements.
Forever Home Rescue suggests obedience training for all puppies and dogs.
Any dogs older than pups--even if they are not marked housetrained in their posting---usually housetrain within a day or two, because most are used to living outside in the South and will prefer to do their business outdoors.
Our dogs and pups are best suited for families with children 5 yrs old and up.
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