Adorable Ariana's story
**Ariana is currently being fostered in Seattle

meaning it will be possible to meet her in person following the completion of the adoption application. Her adoption donation is $450USD

she has had two rounds of puppy vaccinations but since she is too young to be spayed, her family will sign a contract agreeing to have the remainder of her vetting completed at their expense once she is deemed old/big enough by the vet. Because care are expensive, the adoption fee is non-negotiable. **
Our cute little Ariana came to us when we rescued her litter as they were being given away at an OK truck stop during a snow storm. It was a brutally cold day and we couldnt walk away from these little babies shivering in a box. We promised them amazing lives!
Ariana is a Hound Mix of some sortno body is entirely sure what their breed mix is, but they are adorable. We anticipate that she will be a good medium sized dog when shes done growing

probably in the 50-55 pound range. She is currently 10 weeks old and will be ready to leave us for her new family after March 6th. Hound mixes tend to be active dogs, so her adoptive family should be ready for all things puppy including potty, kennel, leash, and life training.
The puppies adventurous side is starting to come out! They love to play and run around, then crash out for a good nap! They are expert snugglers and love being held and played with. She will make a good adventuring buddy for the right family.
She has lived with other dogs both large and small and did great. Since she is young, she should easily acclimate into any family dynamic

including cats and children who have been taught to be respectful of animals.
She is still a very young pup

so she is not fully anything trained. Their adoptive families will need to understand that they will take time to potty, kennel, leash, and life train

all of which will take patience and time. The pups will be best suited for a family that can provide them with patience and positive reinforcement they transition from foster into his forever family.
The best suited family will be one that understands that dogs can take time to acclimate to their new homes - which could include having accidents, crying in their kennel, and chewing on things they are not supposed to.
We expect our dogs to be adopted by families who plan to keep them as indoor pets and part of the family. We do not adopt to families who plan to keep dogs outside for an extended period of time, for example the entire workday.
Ariana has had two rounds of puppy vaccinations, including 2 DHPP and 2 Bordatella, and has been dewormed. She has also been microchipped. Since she is too young to for her rabies or to be spayed, her adoptive family will sign a contract agreeing to having her spayed at their expense once she is deemed old/big enough by the vet. Agreeing to the spaying is not optional and not doing so will be considered a breach of the adoption contract.
If you are interested in adding Ariana to your family, please visit our website to fill out an application. Please note we are all volunteers, so it may take us a few days to respond to inquiries.
If you have questions about any of our dogs, please email us at adoptions@reggiesfriends.org

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