~Update 6 Dec 2015~
Snoopy went to her forever home today!! :-D Thanks Christina and her mum for giving Snoopy a new family, just in time for Christmas!
~Update 21 Nov 2015~
Snoopy is still looking for her forever home! She's growing well although she's still timid. But she's slowly coming out of her shell. She will need a family who is patient and will give her lots of love and encouragement so she can bloom into a confident and friendly dog.
~Update 9 Nov 2015~
Snoopy was vaccinated on 4 Nov and she looks good so far i.e. no underlying conditions surfacing. Snoopy is still looking for her forever home! Her buddy, Hope, has secure his home so she'll be all alone at the vet when he goes :-(
I believe Snoopy has had a traumatic start in her short life so far so she's quite timid and takes a bit of time to warm up to people. But she's a sweetheart and has such an adorable look!
Would you be her forever family?
~Original Post 22 Oct 2015~
Snoopy was an unintentional rescue, one of 3 dogs that my friend and I bailed out from the MPKj pound on 20 Oct 2015. Details of their rescue can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.&type=1&l=2c03138f33
Snoopy is a 2-month-old female pup. We named her Snoopy because she bears a resemblance to the popular cartoon character.
Snoopy is currently under quarantine at the vet to ensure she has not contracted any diseases while at the pound. She will also be dewormed, deflea-ed, deticked, and vaccinated before she goes to her new home.
If you are looking for a young pup to be an addition to your family, Snoopy is the perfect candidate! The only conditions that I request are:
1. To spay her when she is old enough (approx. 6 months old) so that she doesn't contribute to the stray overpopulation. Here are the benefits of spaying/neutering your pet: https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/top-10-reasons-spay-or-neuter-your-pet
2. To keep her within your house compound and not to let her roam, where she would be in danger of getting hit by vehicles, or risk getting lost or abused by other people.
3. Not to keep her chained up or locked up in a cage majority of the time because this is no life for a dog, or for any living being for that matter.
4. To treat her like a family member, not an object to own or discard at whim or fancy.
Please contact me (SMS or Whatsapp preferred) and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Thank you!
*Adopt, don't shop. Save a life*