Price: $400

State: Ohio
City: Cincinnati
Zip code: 45231
Type: Pets

This handsome little guy is Moe. He had a rocky start and was an owner abandon, but is getting ready to go to a forever home. He's estimated to be between 10 and 12 weeks old, is about 6 lbs., and is super sweet and playful. Moe loves to be around other dogs and people and has been exposed to both children as well as small and large dogs (no cats thus far, but he's young enough, so I'm sure he would be fine). While we aren't too sure what he is, our vet's best estimate is some mix of havanese - Lhasa apso - maltese - poodle (essentially he's small, fluffy, and very cute). He will not shed and is hypoallergenic, which is always a plus.
Moe has had his first shot, been dewormed, and is in perfect health with one minor detail: Moe has a very small umbilical hernia. It does not bother him nor is it a major cause of concern, but it will need to be repaired at the same time he is neutered. He can be adopted before this is done, but the person will need to keep his appointment (he is scheduled to be neutered, have his umbilical hernia fixed, and receive his rabies shot on March 5th with UCAN in Colerain - they perform low cost spay/neuter and surgeries and this will cost $85). He will additionally be due for another set of puppy shots on February 24th. We made an appointment for him with our vet (Grady's veterinary hospital), but his shots can easily be done at your vet instead if you adopt him before this appointment. Due to all of the fees that we've had to pay so far for his veterinary bills, secondary opinion on his hernia, etc., we are asking a fee of $400. This is slightly negotiable, but may go up or become firm after his surgery.
If you are interested in giving Moe a forever home, please send me an email with a name and phone number as well as information about you, your family, your home, and any dog experience you have. Phone calls and texts are fine as well! We will be doing a home visit as well as a vet check, so please also send the contact information for your veterinarian. We would prefer a fenced in yard, home without small children, and an adoptive family will to sign an agreement stating that they will have him fixed and return him to us if there are any issues in the future (whether this is three months from now or three years from now).
Thank you!