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4 years old
18 lbs
Tibetan Spaniel Mix
Adopt Happy

*NOTE:  If you are interested in Happy, please complete our adoption application which can be found here:

Please meet Happy, who came to us from South Los Angeles Animal Shelter with 5 of her babies.  Happy is very thankful to have a safe and loving home to finish raising her babies in but is soon ready to move onto her forever home!  Happy is approx 3-4 years old and looks like a Spaniel mix.  She is a wonderful mom to her babies but is eager to find a family of her own where all the attention will be on her!

Happy is a very good mix of playful and calm.  She enjoys playing with her puppies and especially loves playing with a good new fluffy toy!  She will throw it around in the air for quite a while and will entertain herself without any issue.  She sleeps through the night and is a very wall mannered and easy house-guest.

Happy is still working on potty training and will need to be shown the proper place to go in her forever home.  If you are looking for an all around good pup, Happy may be the one for you!

If you are interested in making Happy a member of your family, please fill out an adoption application here: Adoption Application

Please note: Happy is being fostered in Woodland Hills, CA
Her adoption fee is $400 USD.

BEFORE PROCEEDING, PLEASE READ:  • Home visits are required prior to being considered for adoption. • Completed application and approved home visit do NOT guarantee adoption • We receive many more applications than we do dogs, so some people will be disappointed.  We may receive over 100 inquiries for a single, highly desirable dog! • We do not ship our dogs • A $20 application fee is required payable through Venmo (venmo.com/roversretreat) or PayPal (paypal.me/roversretreat)

I attest all information I provided above is true. I promise to care for the dog to the best of my ability, with the full intent of keeping the dog for the duration of its life. I also agree to keep a collar with tags on the dog, provide quality dog food, adequate shelter, veterinary care and training as needed.*

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