Please meet Fassa’s Friends, Tootie, Maverick, Sugarfoot and Rawhide.

Right to left-Rawhide Maverick & Sugarfoot

Left to right–Rawhide (male) Maverick (male) & Sugarfoot (female)

Fassa’s Friends worked together with Georgia Canine Rescue to save this whole litter from euthanasia.  Again, as in Ashley’s case (see Ashley’s bio) this litter would have been deemed “sick,” because they all had mange.  We don’t blame shelters that are on strict county budgets, for the heart wrenching decision they have to make behind the scenes every day.  We do however lay blame on those irresponsible pet owners that do not spay or neuter their pets! Let’s move on shall we?

This litter appears to be boxer/mastiff mixes.  They have all been treated for mange and according to the vet, are free and clear.  They have all been de-wormed and are current on vaccines.  Our foster homes have reported in.  Thank you fosters for doing a terrific job!

Little Tootie, the smallest of the litter is a very sweet female.  She would much rather be with people than

Tootie

Tootie

engaged in rough and tumble play with Maverick

left to right-maverick, Tootie (Sugarfoot in the back)

left to right-maverick, Tootie (Sugarfoot in the back)

and Sugarfoot.  Sugarfoot is also a female, current on vaccines and free of mange.  She enjoys playing with one of her litter mates, Maverick.  Maverick, is a male, again current on vaccines and mange-free.  He is a happy boy enjoying playtime to the fullest extent.  All potty as soon as they go outside at their young ages of 10 weeks old! Great Job Wrinkle-head pups! Rawhide is being fostered in a separate foster home.  As with all of the pups in this litter, Rawhide is current on vaccines and has been treated for mange and is mange-free.  He is making the transition necessary, for being without his litter mates for the first time.  He is very sweet as well, enjoying the company of his foster sister as well as the attention he receives from his human foster family.  As with all of our young pups, there are two requirements: 1. A physically fenced in yard or portion of a yard large enough for adequate exercise for large breed dogs.  This litter at 10 weeks old is already weighing in at 14-17 lbs!  2. You must also be committed to a basic puppy training course.  We’ve received a lot of positive feedback from former Puppy Adopters regarding this requirement.

Please do not email us asking how to adopt.,as it slows down the adoption process. In the alternative please complete an Adoption Application found under the adoption tab at the top of this page.  As soon as your application is processed a volunteer will contact you to schedule a home visit and meet with you personally. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.  In the event you you have been pre-approved to adopt and are interested in one of the puppies,  simply email us to let us know.