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Peanut Pomeranian & Chihuahua Mix Cedartown, GA

  • Puppy
  • Male
  • Small
  • Apricot / Beige


Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children.

Meet Peanut

If you are looking for a GORGEOUS puppy with PERSONALITY PLUS, look no further! Peanut was an owner turn in from an individual who surrendered several dogs including Peanut's purebred Pomeranian father, Pierre (last picture) when he could no longer care for them. Peanut was born 11/9/18 so he is 4 months old and weighs 5 pounds. He is a precious dog - all personality - super friendly and loving! He is playful, gets along with other dogs and cats and trained to a litter box. It is hilarious to watch Peanut run across the yard playing with the other foster pups here! We are looking for the best home for Peanut. His wish list includes a nice house with a fluffy bed (but he would rather sleep with his mom), lots of toys to play with and hopefully a canine sibling to spend the day playing with in their fenced yard. A doggy door would be a plus so he can come and go as he wishes as well as a mom or dad who is retired or works from home so he will get all the attention and training a puppy needs. If you think you can provide the perfect home for Peanut, contact us at for an adoption application. We DO ship up north and all over so just ask us for details. $500 adoption fee and a vet reference is required (means you have owned a dog (preferable) or cat so we can check the medical history provided to that pet) which would include keeping pet UTD on all vaccines, sterilizing all pets and consistent use of flea and heartworm prevention every month for each pet.

We do our best to place our rescue pets in the very best homes. Please be aware that we have an application which also includes required vet records showing your existing pets are current on preventative medical care. Puppy adopters please take note that we generally try to place our puppies into homes where at least one parent is retired/stay at home/works from home to ensure the puppy gets enough attention and training (puppies cannot hold it all day in a crate) so please have a plan ready when contacting us. For safety reasons, we try not to place small dogs or puppies in families with children under 5 (there may be exceptions depending on situation).

Typical adoption fees for puppies are $350, adults dogs are $250 and senior dogs are $150. Some pets may have a higher than normal adoption fee but we will alert you if there is a variance. Adoption fees help our group offset PART of the cost of rescuing, rehabilitating, and getting the pet healthy so they can go on to find a loving home with someone willing to give them a second chance at life. This amount includes each animal being current on age appropriate vaccinations including DHPPL, bordetella, influenza, rabies, and boosters when appropriate. De-wormed for any internal parasites (round worms, hook worms, tape worms and whipworms) with Drontal Plus, 4DX tested heart-worm negative (if positive, they are treated), tested negative for tick borne diseases, spayed/neutered, implanted with a micro-chip and have been examined by a veterinarian to certify that they are healthy. Any other known health issues are treated as well prior to adoption (examples: UTI, broken bones, contagious infections, dental cleanings, etc). All animals are also on a regime of flea and heartworm medication every month. Lifetime registration for the micro-chip is included in each adoption fee. In addition, each adopter will go home with a fitted collar, tags, a bag of dog food the pet has been on, Forti-Flora, copies of all vet history, and an adoption kit filled with valuable information and coupons as well as other various treats or toys as promotions become available. All puppy adoptions include two puppy training books, the Puppy Primer & Way To Go by Patricia McConnell, and all adult adoptions go home with Love Has No Age Limit by Patricia McConnell to help ensure a smooth transition for your new family member.

We ask that you consider an additional donation on top of this pet's adoption fee. This money will go directly into our Adoption Fund to be used exclusively for rescuing and caring for other pets in need. Many pets we take in have very high vet bills to get them healthy and adoptable for the public - much higher than their adoption fees. We receive no government funding and rely solely on donations from our community and caring adopters to continue our rescue efforts!

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