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AdoptAngie

FemaleRetriever (Unknown Type) /Shepherd (Unknown Type)

About

One morning, we received a phone call from a local restaurant that there was a momma and puppies living underneath their building. Right away, we went down to the restaurant and rescued the little family and now are now finding them their furever homes!

Meet the cute-as-can-be Angie!

Angie loves a good morning snuggle in you nice, big, comfy bed!. But once this little pup is up and ready for the day, be ready for some nonstop play! Queen of Tug o’ War, Angie will challenge you to a game (and probably win). She loves a good game of tag; she’ll chase you all around the yard before turning around and making you chase her! Angie loves the company of other pups and doesn’t mind cats. Is this tri-colored cutie the perfect pup for you? Fill out an application today at www.snipsa.org!

Contact

If you have questions about Angie please contact SNIPSA

Details

Name
Angie
Age
Puppy
Size
Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Color
Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Hair Length
Shots up to date
Spayed / Neutered
Housetrained
Family
Ok with kids
Ok with birds
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
Ok with small animals
Contact Person

Shelter Description

SNIPSA is an organization formed by a group of veterinarians and caring individuals dedicated to helping homeless and unwanted animals in San Antonio and the surrounding area. SNIPSA does not have a standing shelter and depends on a core of volunteers to foster and rehabilitate animals in their homes. This provides us with the opportunity to learn first hand about the animal’s needs and behavior in order to facilitate an appropriate adoption. SNIPSA was incorporated in 2005 and has re-homed more than 3000 animals.

Shelter Driving Directions

Adoption Events and Private Meetings

Areas Served

We adopt all over the US.

Adoption Instructions

Adoption fees for dogs are $150 or $200 depending on medical needs of the dog.

Adoption application and contract required with all adoptions.

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