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POPPY IS IN PERM FOSTER!
Approx Age: 10 years old
Currently Living at: Perm Foster
Meet Poppy ! Poppy is a fun senior at 10 years old. She gets along well with other pets, both dogs and cats, and is great with children of all ages! She is already spayed and microchipped. Poppy walks well on a leash, loves going for walks and loves car rides. She requires medication in every meal (pancreatic probiotics), a B12 shot once a week, and periodic steroid treatments. Poppy is a well behaved love bug and is living in perm foster care as part of the New Love Family. She is still considered available for adoption, however Poppy does require a medical release agreement to be signed by any potential adopter and medical care provided to New Love Animal Rescue for proof of treatment.
Want to help sponsor Poppy's medical care?! We could use all the help! Please visit www.NewLoveAnimalRescue.org/donate/ to help with Poppy's medical care!
Remember, while I am a senior dog full of life, I may not be best suited if you have active kids or super playful dogs.
INTERESTED IN ADOPTING ME?! My adoption fee is $280.
Our dogs receive routine vetting: DAPPv, Bordetella, Rabies, Worming, Microchip and additional vetting as necessary. Our adoption fee helps us over these costs as much as possible. If you are interested in adopting any of our wonderful dogs, please fill out our ADOPTION APPLICATION or visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org/adoptme
WANT TO HELP DOGS?!
Fosters make it possible for dogs to receive the start of New Love they deserve. By opening your home and heart these dogs make it out of shelters and into a temp home with you until they find their forever families! To learn more about fostering please visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org and you can fill out a short questionnaire to get started! You can also contact us at NLARescue@gmail.com.
You can help dogs meet potential new families by handling them at adoption events when they otherwise couldn't make (maybe their foster is working and 2 hours of your time can still help them get there)! To learn more about fostering please visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org and you can fill out a short questionnaire to get started!
TO LEARN ABOUT OUR ADOPTION PROCESS please visit www.newloveanimalrescue.org