|Breeds:||Dutch Shepherd / Fila Brasileiro Mix|
|Last Updated:||2019-05-27 01:08:10|
4.5yr old Filas/Dutch Shep mix
Hachiko is a very sweet girl and is looking for a home that can continue her confidence building . If there are other dogs in her new home they must be calm and respectful of her space when needed. She would enjoy a family that can commit to giving her the training and socializing she so deserves. She can be fearful of new situations and new people, especially men. She would do best in a quiet home with a family who doesn't live a busy lifestyle. She is good with kids as long as they are respectful of her space. She will need a home that can be gentle, patient and loving. Once she gets to know you, she is a pretty sweet girl. Not overly active or high energy, so would be happy to go on short walks or just play in the yard. She gets intimidated by other hyper dogs, and did well with her cat test and would hide when the cats growled at her. This sweet gentle soul is looking for her second chance at a better life that is more suited to what she needs and craves. If you feel you have the patience, a quiet home environment and the time to help her learn that the world isn't that scary please fill out an application today. She is very nervous to meet you, but excited to start a new, hopefully less frightening chapter in her life.
Hachiko has been vaccinated, spayed, microchipped, dewormed, heartworm tested and treated with Advantage Multi.
The adoption fee is $350 and includes spay/neuter (dogs over 6 months), vaccines, heartworm test (dogs over 6 months), deworming, Flea and tick prevention and microchip. Please visit www.paws-united.com to fill out an application.
**For puppies under 6 months a $100 spay/neuter rebate will be given with proof of spay/neuter certificate signed by a vet, if they have not been done prior to adoption.**
**Please note we DO NOT adopt our dogs as outdoor/farm dogs. These dogs are coming to us as stray, roaming or dogs that have lived a life tied to a chain. Our goal is to bring them in the house off the chain and give them a pampered indoor dogs lifestyle. Unless otherwise stated we will not even consider a home that has intentions of leaving our dogs outdoors or tied to a chain**