Buttons is an adorable girl who is super playful! She loves running with her friends in the fenced yard, chasing after toys and hanging out after a hard day’s play. She has a gorgeous black coat with a unique white pattern that extends down her chest to her belly and even onto her front leg. At 17 weeks old (DOB: 9/21/17), she is 28 pounds. Buttons is perfectly crate trained – does not potty in her crate at all, does not whine and does not tear up her big fluffy bed and toys in there. She is super friendly, learns quickly and just a great dog. Buttons learned “sit” and “down” with 5 minutes of training! She is healthy and is ready for her forever home now.
Godiva is out of a litter of 4 puppies who were saved from a kill shelter. They were originally found by animal control on the side of the road in a box labeled with their breed and age. They had ringworm and some other issues but we got them healthy and they are all doing great now. At 3.5 months old (DOB: 10/16/17), Godiva is 19 pounds. She is a gorgeous pup with a beautiful chocolate coat and a great personality. Godiva is friendly, adores people and seeks out attention. She learns quickly and currently does her business in a potty box but prefers to go outside.
Godiva gets along well with other dogs and is used to going outside in a fenced yard to play with all her litter mates. We do not have any cats but she should do fine with them if introduced as a puppy. Godiva is a typical playful puppy and enjoys running, playing with toys and quiet time with her human parents at the end of a long hard day. Fully vetted, Godiva is now looking for her perfect inside forever home. Could that be you? Her wish list includes a house of her very own, a big bed (or can she sleep with you?) and a fenced yard for interactive play time. She would also prefer a parent who is retired or works from home so that she can get the attention and training a puppy requires.
Whitney is a adorable, precious puppy! She is super sweet, friendly and loves everyone! She was rescued out of a kill shelter and soon became ill from the deadly parvovirus. She is a strong girl, survived the battle and is completely happy and healthy now. At 3.5 months old (DOB: 10/12/17), she is currently 16 pounds. She gets along well with other dogs and should be fine with cats when introduced as a puppy. She is used to going out into a fenced yard for play time and does well. She is crate trained and uses a potty box but prefers to do her business outside.
Being a typical puppy, Whitney loves playing with toys, running with her friends and snoozing by your leg when she is tired from a long day. Whitney is a “low rider” and has adorable shorter legs. We adore Whitney’s sweet but playful personality and want to find her the best home. She is healthy, fully vetted and ready for her inside forever home now. Her wish list includes a home of her very own with a fenced yard for play time, a soft bed for nite-nite and parents who will give her all the attention she deserves. Parents who are retired or work from home would be a plus as puppies require a lot of training, socialization and love to be well adjusted. Does that sound like you?