Check out the doggy in the window!
We are now working with two separate rescue groups:
Click each image to learn more about them.
These are our current fosters:
Meet the “Mint Condition” litter of pups!
They’re well socialized and friendly to everybody they meet. Currently weighing in at about 15 – 16 pounds, we don’t know what size they will grow into as an adult. They’re a mixed-up mutt that looks like they has some hound heritage.
Since they are still young pups, they must go to a family with a stay-at-home to attend to their potty training, exercise needs and continued socialization. They are ready for puppy school upon adoption, in which the whole family should be engaged.
Their estimated date of birth is 8/24/19, and the adoption fee of $450 each includes: vet exam, DAPP (distemper combo) vaccination, bordetella vaccination, flea/tick preventative, routine deworming, heartworm prevention, microchip and neuter/spay.
Meet the Snow Pups, all the way up from Alabama (just in time for their first snow!)
In the meadow we can build a SNOWMAN! The largest of the Snow Pups litter at about 10 pounds, Snowden is the smallest of the Snow Pups litter at about 5 pounds, and Snowcap is right in the middle at 7 pounds. We are told the Snow Pups’ parent s are Madeline and Maxwell (M&M) who are each about 13 pounds and are yorkie-chiweenies (chihuahua-doxie), but we don’t know how reliable this information is, and don’t know what size the pups will grow in to as adults.
Since these pups are still very much babies, they MUST go to a family with a stay-at-home to attend to their potty training, exercise needs and continued socialization. They will be ready for puppy school shortly after adoption, in which the whole family must be engaged.
Their estimated date of birth is 9/9/19, and the adoption fee of $550 each includes: vet exam, DAPP (distemper combo) vaccination, bordetella vaccination, flea/tick preventative, routine deworming, heartworm prevention, microchip and neuter/spay.
For information on these puppies and for applications, head over to Adopt-A-Pet’s main site.
From North Shore Waggin:
(These dogs are still up for adoption but may not be in the store; contact North Shore Waggin for more information.)
Meet Shanghai, (but of course we are calling him Spike!) from the Oriental Retriever litter. His dad was a Chinese Crested, his mom a lab, and this litter was an Oops! Pups are 14 weeks old. Spike got the Chinese Crested hairless gene, as you can see. He is very sweet, a complete lap dog, and possibly hypoallergenic.
His adoption fee of $525 includes his vaccinations, neuter, microchip as well as start-up supplies of collar, harness leash, and ID tag.
Meet Xi’an “Sean”
His adoption fee of $525 includes his vaccinations, neuter, microchip, and deworming as well as start-up supplies of collar, harness, leash, and ID tag.
One of 10 pups from the “J” litter born July 3. Their mom Jackie is a mixed breed terrier who weighs 20 pounds and looks part Brussels Griffon. Juliet is a mixed breed, not hypoallergenic. She currently weighs 14 pounds, so most likely will be under 30 pounds as an adult. Yes, Juliet is still available! She would do best in a home with an active owner and a fenced-in backyard.
Juliet is the most energetic puppy in this litter and needs someone with time to keep her exercised. Her foster mom tells us “Juliet is VERY smart–she knows to use the pee pad to potty, and walks well on a leash. Her personality is like a cat–sometimes she wants to snuggle, sometimes she just wants to be on her own. But at the end of the day she snuggles with my son as I read him a bedtime story.” Because of this independent streak and her high energy level we think Juliet would do best in a home with children 6 or older.
Her adoption fee of $475 includes her spay, microchip, deworming, DAPP, Bordetella and Rabies vaccinations, as well as start-up supplies of food, collar, harness and leash. Our rescue requires that someone is home part or all of the day, to keep the puppy exercised, socialized, and on a regular potty schedule. Please contact North Shore Waggin to request an adoption application –
Important: Contact North Shore Waggin to see more and find the application for these delightful pups!
We have everything you need to get started, and, when you adopt any dog (whether they’re fostered here or elsewhere), you’ll get a coupon book filled with tons of savings.
Check out all of the available dogs for adoption by heading over to Adopt-A-Pet’s site.
Please understand that though you may want to take these adorable animals home with you when you see them, you will first have to go through the application process through Adopt-A-Pet. Applications can be found here; fill it out and send it to Adopt-A-Pet. One of their adoption counselors will contact you.
We are one of the many foster homes for Adopt-A-Pet, and rarely know the adoption status of these dogs. You can see all of the animals that Adopt-A-Pet has and contact them regarding the availability of a particular dog on their main site here.