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      We focus on getting dogs and cats out of kiII sheIters in the area and finding them good forever homes. We aIso heIp pets who are in high risk of being dumped at a kiII sheIter. We have a transporter who deIivers to the North East every other week. Shorter transports are avaiIabIe for the cost of our gas.


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Save A Mutt Kennel-VA Last updated May 14, 2018
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Rescue Me ID: 18-05-10-00302Queen (female)

Anatolian Shepherd Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Low Energy, Submissive 
Health: Needs to be Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Please note we are located 5 hrs west of VA Beach. You are welcome to drive to us or we can deliver or meet half way for the meager cost of our gas. Normally it would have to be on a Sat. This pup was pulled from a high kill shelter in NC. This pup and the 5 litter mates were pulled by one of our sister rescues. This pup's mom was an Aussie. The Dad was a border collie mix. This info was provided by the owner to the shelter director when the pups were dumped at the shelter. This pup was born Jan 15th 2018. This pup should mature around 35 to 40 pounds. This pup has not been socialized much and is a little timid. However just one day at ... (Read More)the foster home this baby is coming out of the shell. There is no aggression or meaness in this baby!!! This baby just needs a human who is going to keep working with and finishing what we started with socialization. This pup is good with other dogs, cats. We have started crate training and potty training. This baby is very smart and is picking up fast on what is expected. This pup will go to his new home current on vaccinations, deworming, flea and heartworm prevention and microchipped. This pup will receive a physical and certificate of health prior to going home if adopted out of state. We require a prescreen adoption to adopt. You can get that on the main website at www.samskennel.com (Less)

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Save A Mutt Kennel-VA
Patrick County Ararat, VA 24053 MAP IT!

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Office 276-698-2956 Fax 866-927-9756 Email saveamuttkennel@yahoo.com We are a foster based group. We do not have a physical shelter. All our animals are fostered by others in their home.

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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-23-00528Marie & Jack (female)

Chihuahua    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Jack(white and brown) and Marie( brown) must be adopted together no exceptions. If you have no intentions of adopting both do not bother to apply. Jack and Marie came to us after we got a call from a local asking for help. Someone had dumped 22 chihs at the dirt race track near her home. Our guess they came from a back yard breeder. Since the location is some what isolated they abandoned them there. The problem was that none of them had been handled and non were used to people. Animal control said the only option they had was to come out and shoot them all. In our county the shelter is very tiny. Maybe 10 kennels in all. In order to bring ... (Read More)part of the abandoned dogs on they would have had to kill all the dogs at the shelter. So they allowed our rescue to step in and help. Over a period of 1 month we successfully trapped and removed all the dogs from the location. We were able to transfer 5 of the dogs to other rescues, but not many rescues were willing to help feral dogs that were not used to humans. So, we took the other 17 dogs in ourselves. We socialized them, got them vetted and spayed and neutered. We found all them homes expect Jack and Marie and Elliot. Elliot is the only adult that we could not tame all the way. He lives with us. Jack and Marie was the first of the group that we caught. They were tiny little babies at that time, We had intended on keeping them as personal pets but we have so many that can not be adopted it is not fair to keep them.. Jack and Marie deserve their own home TOGETHER, Jack is the smaller of the 2. He weighs about 7 pounds. Marie is around 12 pounds. She is a tad on the over weight side and could stand to lose some weight. However they are small dogs. They are not the climb in your lap type dogs. They are ok doing their own thing. However if you pick them up they are ok with that and will tolerate it. They are not overly affectionate either. Like I said they are happy just doing their own thing. They are great with other dogs and are good with cats. They will go to a home with no small kids. They are both fixed, current on all vaccines, on heartworm prevention and microchipped. The adopter will get all health records with adoption. We require a pre screen application to apply. You can find that on the main website at www.samskennel.com Adoption fee for the pair is $200.00. NO EXCEPTONS THEY WILL BE ADOPTED TOGETHER (Less)

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Save A Mutt Kennel-VA
Patrick County Ararat, VA 24053 MAP IT!

Contact:
Office 276-698-2956 Fax 866-927-9756 Email saveamuttkennel@yahoo.com We are a foster based group. We do not have a physical shelter. All our animals are fostered by others in their home.

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Rescue Me ID: 17-10-23-00522Jack & Marie (male)

Chihuahua    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Jack(white and brown) and Marie( brown) must be adopted together no exceptions. If you have no intentions of adopting both do not bother to apply. Jack and Marie came to us after we got a call from a local asking for help. Someone had dumped 22 chihs at the dirt race track near her home. Our guess they came from a back yard breeder. Since the location is some what isolated they abandoned them there. The problem was that none of them had been handled and non were used to people. Animal control said the only option they had was to come out and shoot them all. In our county the shelter is very tiny. Maybe 10 kennels in all. In order to bring ... (Read More)part of the abandoned dogs on they would have had to kill all the dogs at the shelter. So they allowed our rescue to step in and help. Over a period of 1 month we successfully trapped and removed all the dogs from the location. We were able to transfer 5 of the dogs to other rescues, but not many rescues were willing to help feral dogs that were not used to humans. So, we took the other 17 dogs in ourselves. We socialized them, got them vetted and spayed and neutered. We found all them homes expect Jack and Marie and Elliot. Elliot is the only adult that we could not tame all the way. He lives with us. Jack and Marie was the first of the group that we caught. They were tiny little babies at that time, We had intended on keeping them as personal pets but we have so many that can not be adopted it is not fair to keep them.. Jack and Marie deserve their own home TOGETHER, Jack is the smaller of the 2. He weighs about 7 pounds. Marie is around 12 pounds. She is a tad on the over weight side and could stand to lose some weight. However they are small dogs. They are not the climb in your lap type dogs. They are ok doing their own thing. However if you pick them up they are ok with that and will tolerate it. They are not overly affectionate either. Like I said they are happy just doing their own thing. They are great with other dogs and are good with cats. They will go to a home with no small kids. They are both fixed, current on all vaccines, on heartworm prevention and microchipped. The adopter will get all health records with adoption. We require a pre screen application to apply. You can find that on the main website at www.samskennel.com Adoption fee for the pair is $200.00. NO EXCEPTONS THEY WILL BE ADOPTED TOGETHER (Less)

     Animal Location:

Save A Mutt Kennel-VA
Patrick County Ararat, VA 24053 MAP IT!

Contact:
Office 276-698-2956 Fax 866-927-9756 Email saveamuttkennel@yahoo.com We are a foster based group. We do not have a physical shelter. All our animals are fostered by others in their home.

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