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- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, cats, children, other animals. Nappa does better with females. He can be a bit selective about his male friends.
Email TenderHeartRescue2@gmail.com for adoption information and our adoption schedule. Email is the best form of communication for us and will receive a quicker response than phone calls. Our volunteers work full time jobs in addition to rescue, so please be patient. Thank you!
If interested in any of our dogs please complete our on-line pre-adoption application AND our Great Pyr questionnaire (if interested in a Pyr) at www.tenderheartrescue.webs.com on the main page.
We do require that you have a pet/vet history which means you must have owned a dog (past and/or current) and your pets must be current on vetting which includes spay/neuter, vaccines and heart worm test/prevention.
Rescue related phone calls will NOT be returned until after 7pm. If you do call, please ensure that you are calling from the number you wish to be contacted at and that your number is not blocked.
We typically do not do OUT OF STATE adoptions.
Our dogs are spayed/neutered, have been given age appropriate vaccines and are microchipped.
Momma dog with her 4 pups were thrown out of a truck on a back road when they were 4wks old. Two days later the pups skin on their backs started coming off. It was horrible and these babies had chemical burns on their backs so bad that the skin came off down to the muscle. I nursed these babies back to health and they are all fine today. They are about 6 months old and are fabulous babies. They do have scars on their backs where the hair has not grown back. We call them our little Outlaws because they are tough little pups to withstand what they went thru. We have Ma Barker, Calamity Jane (Janie), Yosemite Sam (Sammy), Billy the Kid (Billy) and Pistol Pete (Petey).
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- Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
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