Zero $555, Dog, American Eskimo Dog / Spitz (long coat)

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Species: 
Dog
Breed: 
American Eskimo Dog / Spitz (long coat)
Primary Breed: 
American Eskimo Dog
Secondary Breed: 
Spitz
Gender: 
Male
Home with dogs: 
Yes
Home with cats: 
Yes
Home with kids: 
Yes
Declawed: 
No
House Trained: 
No
Age: 
Baby
Special Needs: 
No
Spay/neutered: 
Yes
Size: 
Small
Vaccinations Up to Date: 
Yes
Color: 
White
Coat Length: 
Long
Courtesy: 
No
Found: 
No
Description: 
Please contact Alan or Sheree (alanandsheree@juno.com), (941) 750-8185 for more information about this pet. 9-week-old Male (neutered FREE at the Sanctuary's Bradenton vet when old/big enough for surgery), VERY Smart & Loving! 1st & 2nd Set of Puppy Shots, $555 adoption donation. Friendly & Sweet, Loves to Be Held, Microchipped, Started on Crate Training. Sisters Echo & Ivory also available. Includes: Neutering at the Sanctuary's Vet in Bradenton When Big Enough, Training Video, Puppy Pack with Brochures, Food Samples and Coupons, 1st Month of Heartworm Prevention & Flea Prevention, 30-Day Gift from the Sanctuary of Pet Insurance for Unforseen Illnesses. (My adoption donation includes everything listed above and will help ALL my other friends at the Sanctuary! Estimated Savings to Adopter: $175 neutering, $50 1st shots, $50 2nd shots, $45 microchipping + $20 for FREE Microchip Registration, $8.95 Gift Pet Insurance, $35 heartworm test/prevention!)As this is a Family Residence, All Visits Are By Appointment Only. Please Call for Directions and To Set Up An Appointment, 941-750-8185. Our Schedule is Pretty Flexible and Every Effort Will Be Made for Convenience to Adopters. A Phone Interview is Required to Start the Adoption Process and All Decision-Making Family Members Must Be Present for the Visit with the Chosen Animal.ADOPTION DONATIONS help pay for emergency vet bills, shots, worming, spaying/neutering, microchipping, coggins for horses, food, shelter, transportation, transfer fees to save them from high-kill shelters or auctions, heartworm testing and monthly prevention. Some animals require more money and time from sicknesses or some are unadoptable and need care for life. The Sanctuary needs all the donations an animal is able to bring in as the money is used for ALL the animals to provide the above services. While vet care is provided at reduced rates thanks to generous vets that work with us, it still is expensive! To learn more about the Sanctuary, please visit www.NapierFamilyFarm.com