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Another successful adoption - amazing work, HappyPaws Haven!
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Dina was surrendered as her owner had to move and could not take her with them. When she came she was very afraid and shy, had no idea how to play or mix with people or other dogs. Since being here she has come out of her shell, now comes to greet you and say hello. She is also fine with other dogs as well but can get over whelmed very quickly. She is a very gentle soul so probably needs to be in a quiet household. She seems fine with older kids as they are generally not as rough as younger ones can be. She wants to please and be with someone who will give her love and attention.
HappyPaws Haven is fussy about who adopts these animals and where they are housed and cared for. The adoption criteria is documented as a questionnaire and strictly adhered to. We do not adopt animals to people who rent unless they are long term rental at the same address and have landlords written permission.
We ask if they have thought about the attributes they want in a dog, lifestyle, childrens ages, prepared to train, etc. We also talk about responsible pet ownership, fully fenced yards, hours unattended etc. and finally a vet reference.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.