Notes: altered, hasShots, housebroken
Cider was born 8/08 and is an 18# pooch that was transferred from another rescue to our shelter in 5/2011. Cider's previous owner was unable to care for her and control her hypothyroidism with daily medication.
Cider is an outgoing girl that LOVES to play fetch with a tennis ball. She has a low exercise requirement but thrives on daily walks and exercise to build her endurance. She enjoys chewing on rawhide's and likes to be involve with the daily happenings at the shelter. Cider enjoys receiving attention from people of all ages and sizes. However, she does not have much tolerance for the pinching and pulling that accompanies most toddlers, so she would prefer a home with older children. She enjoys her canine companions and is usually the official greeter of the dog group. She casually sniffs the felines at the shelter but doesn't pay much attention to them. Cider was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and will require life long medication to control it. Hypothyroidism is a common condition that is easily and inexpensively managed. Those interested in Cider should contact their veterinarian for information on cost of medication. Cider is crate trained and housebroke in her foster home. The adoption fee for Cider is $238.
Adoption clinics are held every Saturday from 10am 2pm at PetsMart, 2216 E. Springs Drive. Most of our available dogs can be visited at that time. If you have an approved application, an appointment may be made to meet a dog at a different time. Our dogs have all been spay/neuter, vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm tested, current on flea/tick prevention and heartworm prevention. We take care of any veterinary care prior to adoption. We offer a $50 rebate to adopters who complete a training class and send in proof of completion within 4 months of adoption.Please fill out an application if you are interested in adopting from us.
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