Notes: altered, hasShots, housebroken, noKids
Scout & Princess
Scout has a VIDEO! You can watch Scout’s video by clicking on the green video camera icon on the left side of this page.
This little chis ares ready to be held by you and then he will give you kisses. They are 4 years old came from a house with many dogs! They are both great with other dogs and best with kids 10 and up that are used to small dogs since he is only 8 lbs. They are not nippy and doing well on housebreaking Scout must be adopted with Princess Diane.
~ Adoption Fee: $375. for both Scout and Princess Diane together (cash only, no checks)
Scout and Princess will be at the Apple Valley Petco pet adoption event on Saturday from 11 - 3. Contact the foster for more information.
Foster: Kim and Dan J - email@example.com or (612) 578-3350
Last Hope, Inc. is an all volunteer, foster based, no kill rescue!
You can see most of our dogs on Saturdays from 11-3 at the following locations:
Apple Valley Petco on 42 & Cedar - every Saturday Eagan Petsmart on Yankee Doodle next to Byerlys - 1st and last Saturdays of the month Burnsville Petco on 42 and Aldrich - 2nd and 3rd Saturdays of the monthPolicies: You do not have to have a fence to adopt a dog from us, but some dogs will require a fence or acres to play. Also, Since preschoolers are more likely to be bit, we do not place dogs in homes where children under the age of 4 are present.The Adoption Fee is not enough to cover the vet bills. Sales tax of almost 7% is also included in the adoption fee that you see. Please consider donating to Last Hope to help us save these animals!Can you foster? By taking a dog or puppies into your home temporarily and then coming to our adoption days to help find them homes, we can save more! If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us your phone number and what you would like to foster and someone will get back to you! Check our webpage and click the picture of the border collie on the side to learn more about fostering too!Can you help? Last Hope, a 501c non-profit rescue, has saved over 38,000 animals since 1985. Find out more here.