Sweet Dream House Rescue

Sweet Dream House Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit, no kill, all volunteer, all breed animal rescue. We utilize a network of foster homes for pets ready for adoption. Our mission is to rescue homeless and abandoned animals, to spay/neuter, vaccinate and provide any needed medical care until they are adopted into loving homes. We are often the rescue of last resort, waiting until other rescues select from the euthansia lists to rescue those that are not selected.

Batavia, OH,45245
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Email: [email protected]

Phone Number: (513) 484-9840

Website: http://www.dreamhouserescue.org

Pepita

Border Collie | Brooksville, KY

Age : 9 MonthsYoungFemaleMediumRat Terrier

About

Characteristics

affectionate cratetrained fetches intelligent obedient playful playsToys

Coat Length

Short

Vaccination

Current

Activity Level

Moderately Active

Energy Level

Moderate

House Trained

Yes

Declawed

Yes

Good in Home With

Others DogsChildren

Adoption Fees

$300.

Meet Pepita

PEPITA is big fun in an adorable little package. She's mixed breed girl, around 10 months old and fully grown at just 32 pounds. Pepita lives to play. She loves her toys, playing fetch, treats and high speed zoomies. She loves people of all ages and is good with kiddos. She's dog friendly but would also be fine as an only dog. She's much more into people. Pepita is a mixed breed girl, we believe she is a border collie mix, whip smart and energetic. The "mix" part is anybody's guess. Pepita would be a wonderful training partner for a runner or hiker and we suspect she would thrive in agility training. She is a busy girl who needs room to run and play and is best suited to a home with a physically-fenced yard. Pepita is housebroken and crate trained. If you'd like to meet Pepita, please fill out a dog adoption application at dreamhouserescue.org. We are happy to arrange a private meet with an approved adopter. You can meet Pepita at our weekly adoption event, Saturday noon-2 at Petsmart Eastgate. All of our fully-vetted adoptable dogs go to prospective homes for a one-week trial period to make sure the dog and home are the right fit before an adoption is finalized. We only adopt dogs into homes where all current pets are spayed/neutered and current on vaccines and heartworm and flea and tick prevention. We do check veterinary references to make sure adopters are compliant with standard veterinary care. Our adoption fee covers the dog’s veterinary care, including spay/neuter surgery, vaccines, microchip, deworming, flea and tick prevention, heartworm prevention and any other needed veterinary care. A deposit is required to take a dog home for a trial period. The deposit will be applied to the dog’s final adoption fee.

Adoption Process
We offer Foster To Adopt for dogs adoptions. You must complete the application, be approved and pay a $100 deposit ($150 puppies). You can then take the dog home for a trial visit of up to one week This will help you determine if you and the dog are the right match. If yes, then you can finalize the adoption. If no, then you return the dog to us and you are welcome to try a different dog. complete the necessary paperwork and pay a $100 deposit for adult dogs and $150 for puppies (cash, check or credit card). This fee is non-refundable, and will be applied to the adoption fee if you decide to finalize the adoption. The adoption fee includes the dog's spay/neuter surgery, parvo/distemper shots and rabies shots (for dogs over 6 months), deworming, microchipping, flea and tick protection, heartworm testing (for dogs over 6 months), and monthly heartworm protection until the dog gets adopted.

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