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Male Puppy Labrador Retriever Beagle Unknown (mixed)

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About Jake

Adoption Fee: $325

Jake is around nine weeks old and very sweet and friendly.  We think Jake will grow to be a medium to large-sized dog.  This little guy was born under someone's home, and they asked us if we could bring him to the rescue.  Jake loves to play with his foster dog siblings and plays until he is too tired to play anymore.  We are requiring another dog and a fenced-in backyard at his forever home.  He has had his first vet visit, which included his first distemper/parvo vaccine, bordetella, first de-wormer, heartworm preventative, and flea/tick preventative.  Pawsitive Impact requires him to be neutered, and we pay for the neuter, microchip, and first rabies shot when due.  We have included a photo of the mom in the photo section.  If you are interested in adopting Jake, please submit an adoption application at  Please note that inquiries will not be answered.  You must visit our website and submit an adoption application to be considered.  



Date of Birth
January 25, 2021
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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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