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Wrenn ADOPTION PENDING

  • Dog
  • Great Dane
  • Great Dane
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Puppy
  • Female
  • Extra Large
  • Black , White / Cream
Cincinnati, OH

About

Coat length
Short
Health
Vaccinations up to date.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, children.
Adoption fee
$350.00

Meet Wrenn ADOPTION PENDING

WRENN HAS A PENDING ADOPTION. HER PROFILE WILL BE REMOVED ONCE HER ADOPTION IS FINALIZED.

Meet WRENN:: Born in rescue 02/17/18, 33.4 pounds at 11 weeks old, Female Pure Bred Great Dane.

Available for adoption!

Wrenn is part of the W puppies litter of 8 Great Dane puppies, 4 girls and 4 boys, born in rescue February 17, 2018.

PLEASE READ ALL DETAILS THOROUGHLY BEFORE APPLYING TO ADOPT.

This sweet baby girl was born in one of our foster homes after we rescued their mom from a kill shelter where a registered Great Dane breeder dumped her after she was of no use to him anymore.

Wrenn is playful, smart, and so sweet and searching for her forever home. Her foster mum is working on house breaking and crate training with her. She is being fostered with other dogs, a cat, and children, so any of these will be suitable in her forever home.

Winter, their mom (also available for adoption), weighs 140 lbs, we do not know how big the dad was. The breeder who dumped her said that he kept her kenneled in a barn with several of his male Great Danes.

IMPORTANT-PLEASE READ BELOW FOR ADOPTION REQUIREMENTS:

1. A fenced yard of appropriate height (4 feet or higher) is REQUIRED to adopt. No exceptions. Please include photos of your fence in the section provided in the adoption application. The fence is only a minimum requirement and will be assessed along the other requirements listed and with a thorough evaluation of your application.

2. Adopters MUST live within a one-hour radius of Anderson Township in Cincinnati, OH. No exceptions.

3. Adopters must have current or previous experience with Great Danes and/or Mastiff breed dogs. If you have never raised a Great Dane from puppyhood, please research how to properly feed Great Dane puppies for optimal health and growth. Experience with the breed is a minimum requirement that you must meet and will be assessed along the other requirements listed and with a thorough evaluation of your application.

4. In addition to our primary adoption contract, adopters will also be required to sign a separate contract that states they will not alter the dog’s appearance with ear cropping, tail docking, dew claw removal, etc.

5. The second contract also requires that the puppies will be brought back to our thrift store location by appointment to receive the remainder of their puppy vaccines at 12 and 16 weeks of age (on 05/12/18 and on 06/09/18 for DALPP and Bordatella vaccines).

6. You will also be required to bring the puppy to our vet at no later than 9 months of age (on or before November 17, 2018) to be spayed or neutered, and that they will not produce any litters of puppies either intentionally or by accident. Our goal is to ensure that these giant breed puppies are able to physically mature before sterilization, without risking pregnancy. If you have any issues with this, please do not apply.

If you cannot abide by the stipulations in these contracts, or if you do not meet the minimum requirements, please do not apply.

Permanent guardianship of these puppies is contingent on your compliance with these 2 contracts and PPAR will reserve the right to confiscate the puppy and retain the adoption fee if the anything in either of these contracts is breached.

Along with these minimum requirements, a thoroughly completed application will be assessed to find the best homes possible for these puppies.

A copy of our primary adoption contract/commitment form can be viewed on our website under the Adoption Center tab. The second contract will be presented and signed along with the primary contract at the time of adoption.

All puppies received their first round of vaccines (DAPP) on 04/14/18 and have been microchipped. They had 3 rounds of Strongid dewormer, given at 4, 6, and 8 weeks of age. They have all been started on heartworm and flea prevention (Revolution) at 6 weeks of age. Adopters will be required to continue heartworm and flea prevention year round after adoption, as well as regular vaccinations, heartworm testing, check-ups, and any other veterinary care, routine or non-routine, that they may need. Please keep in mind that these are giant breed puppies and with giant dogs comes much larger vet bills.

All of the dewormings, preventatives, vaccines, spays/neuters, and lifetime membership microchip mentioned here that PPAR provides, are included in their $350 adoption fee.

ADOPTION APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PEPPERMINT PIG ANIMAL RESCUE:

To complete our easy online adoption application, please visit our website at PeppermintPigAnimalRescue.org.

Before completing the application, read our ADOPTION PROCESS on our website.

All adoption information and applications can be found under the ADOPTION CENTER tab.

Once your application is submitted, you will be redirected to a confirmation page on our website. This is your confirmation that we received your application. Please read the page thoroughly so you will know what to expect next in our adoption process.

Adoption events are held every Saturday in our thrift store from 1:00 to 4:00pm. Please complete your adoption application in advance so our volunteers have time to screen and contact potential adopters.

IMPORTANT: All applications are reviewed in the order they are received and qualifications are based on best fit for each individual pet. A volunteer will contact you if you are selected for a meet with adoptable pet. Final approval is always made in person.

Peppermint Pig Animal Rescue is a no-kill rescue. Please consider sponsoring a pet or donating to our cause. Click the DONATE tab on our website to learn more about how you can help. THANK YOU !

For questions or inquiries on our adoptable pets, please feel free to contact our volunteer rescue team directly at pparescue@gmail.com
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    8255 Beechmont Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45255
    Cincinnati, OH 45249

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    Tuesday 11-4:30
    Wednesday 11-4:30
    Thursday 11-4:30
    Friday 11-4:30
    Saturday 12-4
    Sunday CLOSED
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