These pups were surrendered to a high kill shelter in SC and quickly rescued by one of our partners volunteering that day. They have been lovingly cared for in a foster home, socializing with people and other dogs. They are Shepherd/Golden Retriever mixes with sweet temperaments and super soft fur.
Weight as of 7/30:
Brenda- 11.1 lbs
Bailey- 9.2 lbs
Boogs- 12 lbs
Bambi- 7.8 lbs
Bazil- 10.5 lbs
The pups are working on their house breaking skills and are at a great age to master this. They should catch on easily once they get settled into their new routine.
From their foster mom:
Bambi likes to stay inside and cuddle much more than any of the rest. Super loving and affectionate.
Bailey loves to lay in your lap and give kisses but loves her time outside too.
Bazil is very independent- affectionate but somewhat shy. She comes up and likes attention but still isn't sure about getting picked up.
Boogs loves playing outside and with other dogs, he's active, but when he's tired out he likes to sit beside you for chin scratches. Brenda is just the all around wild child. She always has plenty of energy and wants to be the only one getting attention, very vocal.
- Enjoy playing with other dogs
- Well socialized
- Up-to-date on vaccines
- Likes to spend time with people
- Happy, friendly, affectionate
- Have NOT been spayed or neutered *
*Based on current veterinary recommendations, these pups have not been spayed or neutered due to their young age. We do require proof of this procedure at a later date as part of the terms of our Adoption Agreement. Please discuss the correct time for this to be done with your veterinarian. We can provide a $75 refund once the procedure is completed.
Our adoption fee is $350 which includes age appropriate vaccines (such as Distemper, Bordetella, Parvo, Rabies), worming, microchipping, and health exam. Discount vouchers for training, grooming and similar dog related products and services are provided.
NEW: First vet visit is now FREE with participating VT veterinarians.
*We work with shelters and veterinarians in 5 states. Each veterinary practice follows their own guidelines when it comes to determining the appropriate age to spay or neuter a puppy.