Breed:Brittany Spaniel / Golden Retriever
Notes: altered, hasShots, housebroken
.ADOPTION EVENT SATURDAY FROM 1-4 AT THE PET SUPPLIES PLUS IN FARMNGTON HILLS ON ORCHARD LAKE RD BETWEEN 13 AND 14 MILE RD FOR MORE INFO CALL CHARMAINE AT 248 252 4344 OR EMAIL ME AT GOODKARMARESCUE@AOL,COM| Tessa is a woderful girl. She had a litter of 8 and she was a great mom but now the kids are leaving home and it is time for Mom to get a home of her own also. She is housebroken. She loves to follow you wherever you go. She is a very loyal loving girl. She's so smart! THE FEE IS 250 TO COVER SPAYING/NEUTERING..AGE APPROPRIATE VACCINES..BEING TREATED FOR FLEAS AND TICKS AND WORMS AND PARASITES...FOR MORE INFO CALL CHARMANE AT 248 252 4344 OR EMAIL ME AT GOODKARMARESCUE@AOL.COM Please keep in-mind that all dogs are cute; however, you must be prepared to do some basic obedience training with them. Before you consider adopting a dog please picture your life in 10-years from now. Are you planning to have children, get married, further your education, change jobs, etc, then re-evaluate how this puppy will fit into your life and the whether the timing is right for you or not. If you are truly ready to add the responsibility of a new puppy into your life, then please email us for an application.Also a important note for people that are new to rescuing. I hear the question a lot. Are they healthy? There is no simple answer to that question. Animals that have been in shelters have been exposed to many things. For that reason we do a 14 day quarantine on all pets we get from shelters. We don't put their pics up and allow them to be seen untill that quarantine is over. Diseases such as Parvo. Which can be deadly come on 7 to 10 days after exposure. There fore we wait 14 to be very sure. But other conditions such as kennel cough, intestinal parasites such as gardia, cocidia, worms. Which are very common and although we do our best to treat them for these conditions. It is possible if not probable that your newly rescued puppy/dog could have these non life threatening diseases. So please research them online so that you are aware and prepared for these. We are very up front about these conditions and a educated adopter is the best kind :)About breeds- we try our best to let you know what breed/breeds the puppy or dog you are interested in. But most the dogs or pups we rescue were at shelters where no info was givin to them..so we make educated guesses. At times the owner does provide a breed but often not. At times we have the mom to see but still not the dad. So to be safe in most cases we say they are heinz 57 dogs or pups. Many breeds involved an they do make the best pets anyway. So please if we state a breed and you don't feel it is correct... You may be right!!! We are just doing our best.but are not perfect. But close! :)One last thought I would like to share is that when you adopt your sweet new puppy and leave to take them home to spoil them and love them like all puppies should be; Please take a moment to remember that the puppy came to a shelter; Unloved... Scared... Lonely and was met by a shelter worker then a rescue person. When you are buying your new puppy fluffy toys,and raw hides to chew on. Try to think that their will be a new group of puppies replacing the litter that you just adopted from. They will be lucky to have a toy that has been washed over and over then mended by the rescue worker to give the little puppy something. That they are sharing raw hides that should be pitched but we wash to get a little more use out of. Remember that the price you just paid to adopt that puppy covers medical and food expenses that shelters an rescues are Non profit. That rescue people are usually volunteers as am I and that we out of our own money buy the puppies chews and toys so that they feel special and have something of their own;Think if you were given that puppy at No cost. If you took them to your private vet and had them spayed or neutered and got their first shots. What you paid would be more to your vet than the adoption fee you paid to the rescue. So when you are buying that new toy or blanket for you precious new puppy. Maybe pick up 1 for the puppy that is next to show up with nothing and donate it to your rescue of choice or shelter. That 1 little toy will be the first sign that this abandoned puppy or abused and thrown away animal that someone cares;Please don't forget that although you have helped one animal and We do appreciate it the need continues. Please help us make the new arrivals feel as lucky as Your puppy feels as you cuddle and take them home.Thank you for reading this!!If you are interested in adopting one, then please email their foster mom, Charmaine, for an application at firstname.lastname@example.org call 248 252 4344 for more info. Thank you!.