Adopt a Dog, Havanese in Colorado Springs, CO

4PAWS Rescue, Inc. has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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This is our SARAH. She is estimated to be 8-10 years old, but she has plenty of energy and is still playful. She loves the other dogs she is in foster with, especially Oreo (a FWACC alum) with whom she enjoys playing. She is also in foster with cats. She is sweet and affectionate, and also trustworthy with and fond of children. She enjoys chew bones, rides great in the car, is perfectly behaved in the house, is completely housebroken, and shows zero food aggression among her foster fur sibs. She has a very laid back personality and settles easily both inside and outside. She loves having a big yard to explore but when she comes inside for the day and evening, she relaxes on a cozy dog bed or her favorite chair. She minds well, and follows instruction. She would easily transition into a new home. She is fully vetted, heartworm negative and healthy. She is a darling girl who is ready for adoption in the DFW area and Denver/Colorado Springs area. ADOPTION FEE: $200
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BarkaBull has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Nine months after three dogs from the same litter were adopted at a Colorado Springs pet store, the pups and their owners gathered at Bear Creek Regional Park for a birthday celebration complete with presents, party hats and treats flavored with peanut butter and pumpkin puree. Lucky Dog Rescue has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Photo provided by FlickrMeet Buddy, a Petfinder adoptable Corgi Dog in Colorado Springs, CO
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We are a nonprofit dog rescue operating out of the Camp Bow Wow in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Since we are a nonprofit we survive on our donations and adoption fees and the goodwill of all our supporters. In the last 3 years we have adopted over 350 dogs into their forever homes. These dogs were all considered not adoptable because they didn’t pass their initial evaluations at the shelter or they were on a euthanasia list because the shelter was too full.The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region (located in Colorado Springs and Pueblo) has more animals available for adoption than just dogs and cats. They often have ferrets, snakes, birds, guinea pigs, rats, chickens, rabbits, hamsters, turtles, and mice available, who all need forever homes. The adoption cost for exotic pets through the humane society is typically a fraction of what you would pay through a breeder or pet store.Thor, a Colorado Springs Pomeranian dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Pomeranian for sale in Colorado Springs, or seeking a Pomeranian dog from a breeder in Colorado Springs.