Frankie is gaining confidence.
He is potty trained for the most part. He is crate trained. He only barks when scared. No separation anxiety. He has learned basic commands like "sit" and "down". He loves chewing/ playing with toys. He likes to give cuddles and licks. He initiates play with my dogs. Because he is still a clumsy puppy, his energy may be too much for older dogs.
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Thank you so much for looking into wags and whiskers for your next family member.
All of our pets are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped, heartworm tested if over 6 months old and will be spayed or neutered before being allowed to go home.
Unfortunately, we dont always know the background of each dog. Some were dumped, abandoned in an empty house, left tied to a tree, picked up by animal control as strays, or simply unwanted by their owners. Please take into consideration that owning a pet is a 10+ year commitment and discuss with all members of your family before submitting an application to adopt.
If you have already filled out an online adoption application with our organization in the last 6 months you do not need to fill out another application. Please call or email us to schedule an appointment. 530-895-8888
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if the pet is still available for adoption and you are approved to adopt we will contact you to set up a meet and greet appointment.
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