Sally Miniature Pinscher Arlington, VA
- Black , Brown / Chocolate
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, cats.
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please fill out our dog adoption questionnaire and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE VISIT THIS WEBSITE TO FIND THE ADOPTION QUESTIONNAIRE: http://www.homewardtrails.org/adopt-a-pet/adoption-forms/
Sally was recently rescued from a shelter in SW VA. Her previous family had to take a new job that caused them to travel a whole bunch, and they wanted better for Sally.
Sally was originally from a breeder- she was the last in a litter that no one else wanted. Her previous family had her spayed and she lived for the last 8 years as an indoor, family member. She is housetrained and will jump at the door to let you know she needs to go out. She is great with other dogs and kids. Sally loves walks, and is very smart. She knows some basic cues and is food motivated. She will start shaking when she hears thunder, and is definitely not a snow-bunny- so she is an excellent candidate for cute little sweaters :)
Sally will bark to let you know when someone is at the door, but is otherwise quiet and very well mannered!
Adoption Coordinator: Alana
Breed Estimate: Min Pin
Approximate weight: 15 pounds
Approximate age: 9 years old
Location: Foster Home
Coat Type: Short
Personality: Friendly & Great Snuggler!
The adoption fee for this dog is $365. This fee INCLUDES spay/neuter and microchip.
Every adopted Homeward Trails animal comes with 30 days of free pet health insurance. We are proud to partner with the following veterinarians who offer a free first exam for your animal, exclusively for HT adopters: Caring Hands Animal Hospital, Palisades Veterinary Clinic, Sunshine Animal Hospital and Clarendon Animal Care
Finally, be sure to ask us about getting a free 30-minute phone consult with a professional dog trainer at Fur-Get Me Not within the first 30 days of adopting - just for HT adopters. Start your new dog out on the right foot with this valuable, expert advice and guidance FREE!
You can save animals like this one by becoming a foster! Fosters are like way stations between high kill shelters and forever homes. We need fosters so that we can save dogs before they are euthanized at the shelters. If you are interested in becoming a foster, please check out our information about fostering by visiting http://www.homewardtrails.org/foster-a-pet/dog-and-cat-foster-program/