Penny and Perdita are the girls and Lucky, Patch, Pepper, Pongo and Rolly are the boys.  They are just 9 weeks old and probably mostly Labrador Retriever/Great Pyrenees mixes.  Rolly is the smallest of the litter but that does not slow him down.  He is right in there with his siblings playing and running.


Your puppy can’t be adopted but you can take it home foster-to-adopt.  You must agree to bring your puppy to our vet for its spay/neuter appointment.  A $150 deposit is required.  If needed, we can lend you a crate until your puppy’s adoption is finalized.


Sue (513-484-9840) will work with you to schedule a convenient spay/neuter appointment.  You may drop off the puppy before the office closes the night before the appointment or drop off the puppy by 8 am the day of the spay/neuter appointment.  The vet office will call you with an update on your puppy and advise what time the puppy can be picked up (usually after 4 pm).


When you pick your puppy up from its spay/neuter appointment, Bonnie (513-967-0007) will meet you at the vet’s office to finalize your puppy’s adoption.  You will need to return the crate (if you borrowed one), sign the adoption contract and pay the balance of the adoption fee of $150.  You will receive a copy of your puppy’s medical records at that time.