Meet Moksha, one of the 32 dogs brought into Beauties care from the Sumner County breeding seizure on September 28th. Moksha was covered in ringworm when we pulled her from the property, she is being treated and is healing up well.
While not required, homes with another dog in the home are preferred.
Please note: There is an additional deposit of $75 for each animal that is unaltered (not spayed or neutered) at time of adoption. The deposit will be refunded in full upon proof of spay/neuter. If the animal is taken to a designated Beauties and Beasts veterinarian, the cost of spay/neuter is covered by the adoption donation.