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Please contact Pet (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
Julian is an independent little guy, who came to us from a neighboring county, where he had been turned in as a stray. He prefers a quiet home with few visitors and to be either an only dog or to be with other dogs who will not invade his personal space frequently. He is housebroken, crate trained, up to date on shots, neutered, and about 3 years old. He requires a good quality dog food for his coat. Julian prefers to be a couch potato, snuggling in his blankies on the couch or love seat, and will sleep there all night. He does not require crating when home alone, but will comply if required. He needs a bit of patience, and a new home that will allow him time to settle in and get to know new people on his own time. He loves to explore the yard on sunny days, and will spend hours on the screened porch in the sun when the weather is nice. Is this beautiful boy the perfect one for you? If interested in Julian please email email@example.com for an application.
For more information on this animal email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pet Helpers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foster based volunteer rescue located in Fairmont, WV. We do adopt out of state to approved applicants, if you are willing to drive to WV to pick up your pet. We do not fly or use transport companies. Our adoption fee is $150.00 for mixed breed puppies and adult dogs, $225.00 for full blooded puppies and adult dogs and $50.00 for cats and kittens. Regardless if the animal is a mixed breed or full blooded they are spayed/neutered prior to adoption IF they are old enough. If they are too young at the time of adoption, then it is your financial responsibility to spay/neuter the pet by the age of 6 months and you must provide proof for our files that it has been done. All of our pets are checked by a vet, given the shots appropriate for their age and any other treatment deemed necessary by the vet. All of our pets are adopted as indoor pets and are not be outdoors tied to a box 24/7. The pet you are adopting has been living in a home with a foster family. You are expected to take possession of the pet you are applying for within a few days of application approval. This will enable us to accept another pet into that home. Because we are a rescue, and believe that spaying and neutering is crucial in stopping the reproduction of unwanted puppies/kittens and massive amounts of animals dying daily in shelters across the country, we expect any animal already in your home to be spayed/neutered. If for any reason you are unable to keep the pet you have adopted you are required to return them to Pet Helpers, Inc. They are not to be sold or given away.
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