Meet Eddie! He was rescued in Mexico and found incredibly thin, anemic covered in fleas and ticks..such an unfortunate situation for this beautiful, smart boy. He is only about 10 months old, medium energy, likes to play with toys and friends. He is now neutered and weve gotten him up to date on his shots. We would love to transport him home to an adopter willing to truly take care of him.
We adopt the majority of our dogs to the US and Canada. We use\xa0Petfinder\xa0to reach a greater audience for our dogs.
The general process for \xa0adopting a dog, includes you submitting an application. From there we can discuss the dog or dogs of interest or help match you with one.
We work to find flight angels to escort the dogs to you. This would be someone already flying to your area from Puerto Vallarta, as the dog must be attached to a flight reservation. Once a flier is secured and the reservation is made, we organize and connect everyone in a group chat, so you know exactly where to meet the flier and pick up your dog up from the airport after they’ve cleared customs.
You do not pay for the dog in advance. We allow you to meet the dog, take a few days to a week to get comfortable before sending you the adoption contract and fee information. If you feel the dog isn’t right for you, we do ask your help (since we fly our dogs out), in fostering the dog until we find a new adopter. This can take a few days or a few weeks. We do our best to heavily promote dogs IF for any reason it doesn’t work out.
Please email us if interested in one of our pups!
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