5/18 Update: Please meet our Pasta Pup Ziti. Ziti is the only remaining Pasta Pup in search of her fur-ever home. (Sisters, Fusilli, Gemelli & Ravioli have been adopted). Ziti is a beautiful female boxer mix. This little girl is now approximately 5 mos. old, estimated date of birth: 12/9/14. She is very sweet and would be happiest with a 4 legged brother to pal around with. Ziti’s foster home is comprised of children of varying ages, other dogs, cats and even a bird. Ziti is fine with all! She is 99% potty trained. She is a snuggle bug!
PLEASE READ OUR PUPPY REQUIREMENTS: 1. An area enclosed by a physical fence is required for the puppies safety while exploring and for continue potty training: 2. A professional puppy training course is also required for our puppies. We understand many of you have taught a dog to “sit,” “paw,” etc. A basic professional puppy training course is a great way to increase bonding between you and your new family member. it also provides increase socialization in other environments. As a new puppy parent, all of us can use a refresher course on puppy training too!
If you feel you are a match for Ziti, please complete an Adoption Application found under the Adoption Tab at the top of this page. If you’ve already done so and are approved, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, letting us know you are approved and that you would like to meet a puppy. Thank you for choosing to adopt and we look forward to working with you. For Pastina (Mom) & the Pasta Pups meager start in life, see below:
At just 5 weeks old these little girls along with their mother (Pastina) were pulled by Animal Control, from their home because Pastina was being starved by her people. The Pasta girls have mastered the use of the purpose of the potty pad and are now learning to potty outside. They have been de-wormed and
have received their series of puppy vaccines.Each is ready for her very own fur-ever home.
Ravioli is the largest of the litter and is the most loveable. She is most content when her people pet her. Though every bit as sweet as Ravioli, Ziti and Fusilli are a bit more active.