This dog is located in: (Hibbing MNbr>Date Posted:
H! My name is Boris. I’m 8 yrs old but have lots of time to enjoy living with a special person I love playing in the snow. When you get the leash out my tail wags like mad. At my foster home I have two other dogs to play with and that’s really cool. I also have really nice people to cuddle next to on the couch. Can you see my nice fluffy coat?
Would you like to show me the good life? If you think that you would like me to come and live with you please contact Regi at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our website www.pncmidwest.org for our online application These folks here want me to have a special loving home so you will need to provide personal and vet references as well as have a home visit before I can come and live with you. My adoption donation is $200, and personally I think I'm worth every penny. These folks here would like me to be in foster care for a minimum of 2 weeks to help me get ready for my new family. They will let me travel out of state so don't be afraid to ask about me (please note: we must follow the airline restrictions on temps so please be aware of that). I would love to have a special person to love me. See you soon.....
NOTE: All our adoption donations go towards our ever mounting vet bills. Thank you for your support. We are also, always looking for more foster homes. The more foster homes we have, the more dogs we can help. THANK YOU!
ADOPTION DONATIONS: When you see the adoption donation amounts, we'd like you to know that 90% of the time the donation amount doesn't even come close to covering our kid's doctor bills. This is definitely not a money-making venture. We're usually so far in the hole but the important thing is to get these kids the medical care they need and help them find the perfect family. That's our top priority.
POTTY TRAINING: Please note that we NEVER say our kids are 100% potty-trained. How naive would we be to say something like that? If you're willing to be trained by your new family member, please fill out an application. If you're looking for a totally potty-trained kid, you may as well stop at the toy store on your way home from work and buy a stuffed toy because those are the only reliable ones to NOT potty in your home. There is a period of adjustment, not just for the new family member but for everyone in the house. You must be patient, understanding, and willing to work with your new family member. It can take anywhere from several days to several months. You must be 100% committed to this, it's a lifetime commitment.