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WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTIONG APPLICATIONS FOR CLARABELLE. THANK YOU~
Fostered in Poolesville, MD
My name is Clarabelle, but they call me "Clara" for short. I am an 11 month old pug baby. I weigh 9lbs. I was rescued from a bad living situation where I was kept outside most of the time-I didn't have much time indoors. My "owners" thought it was okay for me to live outdoors; So MMR came to my aid and freed me. I have the sweetest face, and walk great on my harness. I will bark at you when I first meet you as I'm still unsure of new people. But I am always wagging my tail when I bark-it's mostly because I'm unsure and am learning to trust. I LOVE LOVE other dogs, and would be happiest in a home with other pugs or other dogs. Since I am still a baby and am fragile, I won't go to a home with small or young kids. I am delicate still, and need to put on some weight. I have a great underbite, and make a cute growly sound when I talk. I am eager to please, and will now be able to be the dog I was always meant to be. No first time pug owners please. I am a beautiful pug that just needs time and TLC.
My adoption fee is $400, which covers the cost of my spay,my routine vetting and microchip.
If you can't adopt me, consider sponsoring my care and being a rescue angel. Click on the DONATE button below and chip in what you can.
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If you can't adopt me, consider sponsoring my care and being a rescue angel. Click on the DONATE button below and chip in what you can. Your donation is tax deductible and helps us save more lives!
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MMR covers the vet care, food, and tools to get started. You supply the love. Fostering saves lives. Sometimes a foster home is the only thing standing between life and death.