Please meet Fassa’s Friends Royalty…Princess. Princess is a young girl approximately 1-1 1/2 yrs. old. She is brindle with a black mask; natural ears and tail. Princess is spayed, current on vaccines and is heart worm negative. She is good with other dogs. When she met young teens, she responded positively by attempting to sit on one’s lap. She was a shelter favorite for her pleasant and easy going demeanor. In fact, all who met her in whatever venue including the vet and boarding kennel just didn’t have enough positive things to say about how very sweet she is. We are also told she is even more beautiful in person than in her cute pics!
In her kennel, she appears to do her business in the same section, which could indicate she is potty trained. We will not know definitely until we get her into a foster home. She sounds to us, like the pooch of perfection; easy going in any venue, good with children, other dogs and gorgeous…what could be better than that?
If you think your home is a match for Fassa’s Friends Royalty, Princess, please complete an adoption application found at bottom of this page. Princess also will be in need of a foster home beginning Sunday, 4/2. If you would like to foster Princess, please complete a Foster Application found under the Tab Ways To Help. If you are an approved home interested in fostering and/or adopting, simply email us at fassasfriends@gmail with your name, letting us know you are approved and that you are interested in meeting Princess. Let’s find our Royalty her permanent Castle!
BEFORE FILLING OUT AN APPLICATION: A fenced yard is required if children under the age of 8 years old reside at the residence AND/OR if a puppy is being considered for adoption. Our young puppies require a physically fenced in area where they can explore safely. Electric fences do NOT meet this requirement: Fassa’s Friends does not adopt to homes with electric fences. If interested in adopting an adult (or puppy) deaf dog, a physical fence is also required. Physical fences are not required for homes with children 8 years or older, or adult dogs, unless specifically stated in the dog’s bio.