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|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-20-00452Haven (female)|
I spent my entire life without a name...I guess the Amish mill man didn't really think I needed one to breed the puppies you find in puppy stores. After I served him for six years, he no longer had use for me and these beautiful ladies took me away in this thing called a car. Then they told me my name was Haven...as they quickly realized that I survived the mill by finding refuge within myself. In my life, I was taught to be seen and not heard. Maybe one day with the right person, I will transform into a social butterfly like some of the other Poms in my foster home...but for now, I will just go with the flow and whisk in and out of rooms like a shadow out of the corner of your eye. They say I am an intelligent girl as I have no issues with grass and quickly learned what pups use it for. I have learned, seen, and heard so many new things in the past few weeks...but I have to say that beds...cozy, comfy beds...they are my favorite. I love to sleep in bed with my foster parents and I also get yummy treats during the day. They took me to the doctor recently and she told me I was a very healthy 6.5 lb Pomeranian/Papillon mix. My heart, trachea, and knees...all those things that Poms usually have issues with...well, mine are all good. My bottom jaw has receeded, but the doctor told me that happens sometimes and mine won't recede any further. She said it's okay when I get excited and dribble on my chest, and I'm glad she said that as I was worried I wasn't a normal dog. The doctor also scrunched up her nose and lips when she looked at my teeth and told my foster mama to start me on antibiotics before she even attempts to clean my teeth. I guess it doesn't matter much how many I may lose as my tongue already hangs out. She also gave me three weeks of pills because I tested positive for Anaplasma. It's a tick-borne disease that usually causes stiff joints and such, but three weeks from now and I'll be all clear and feeling better! They say people find solace and comfort in Haven, and that's exactly what I have to offer. A quiet little girl who just wants to love and be loved...I think I've earned it! To adopt Haven, submit an online application at http://PawsitivelyPom.rescuegroups.org. Her adoption fee is $250 (discounted to $150 for seniors 65+) and includes Haven's spay, current vaccinations (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella), microchip, a dental, bloodwork, and heartworm and fecal tests. (Less)
Pawsitively Pom Rescue Inc.
Dauphin County Harrisburg, PA 17112 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Papillon in Pennsylvania|
Papillon Dogs can make good pets in Pennsylvania if they match your IifestyIe. The Papillon is an elegant toy breed with large ears and a gracefully curved tail. Papillons are active, playful, and full of personality. Papillons do well with older children and cats with whom they are socialized, but can sometimes be combative with other dogs. Housebreaking a Papillon may require patience. Papillons love to play outside, and can be protective and territorial. This breed does best with a yard, but some Papillons adapt fine to urban apartment life.
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