Please meet Willow Woods! Willow is a female boxer mix, approximately 11 weeks old. She and her litter mates were found in the rainy woods, on a cold, damp evening. All were huddled together braving the cold as her Mom (Sequoia-post under Adopted Dogs; Sequoia has been adopted) protected she and her siblings.
Willow has started the series of puppy vaccines, receiving two of the three required. She has been de-wormed three times and has received her bordatella vaccine. Willow and her siblings will be spayed/neutered when a little older. Fassa’s Friends incurs the cost of this procedure, if done at our vet with absolutely no out-of pocket expense to the Adoptive home. She is a healthy baby that has acclimated well to inside. She has been in a foster home for 4 weeks with her litter mates, a 9 year old child and another dog. Willow’s foster home has taught she and her litter mates to sit and is now in the process of teaching all to potty outside.
As with all of our young pups, Willow’s Adoptive home is required to provide: 1. A physical fence in which she can safely explore the world around her. 2. Ash’s foster home is required to attend a professional puppy basic training course so that Willow can start out on the right Paw, being the best puppy she can be. Basic puppy training also provides an increased bond between Willow and her Adoptive Family. Fassa’s Friends recently received feedback from a home that adopted two puppies from us 3 years ago. His comment, “Fassa’s Friends has the Best Puppies!” We start all of our puppies out on the right track, and our Adoptive homes continue by adhering to the requirements above. Thank you to all of our prior Adoptive puppy homes!
If you are interested in meeting Willow or any of her litter mates and can provide the requirements above for her and her siblings, please complete an Adoption Application found at the top of this page under the Adoption Tab. If you’ve already done so, and are approved simply email us at email@example.com letting us know and we’ll gladly set up a meet and greet.