MEET THE PUPPIES AVAILABLE FOR FOSTER-TO-ADOPT

These pups aren't quite ready just yet but are looking for adopters that will finish out their care through our rescue until spayed or neutered.

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Cindy Bear (2)
Cindy Bear (2)

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Cindy Bear (1)

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Cindy Bear

Hi there! I’m Cindy Bear! I’m 12 weeks old and ready to find my home. 
I’ve been through a lot in my life in a few short weeks, but you’d never know it now. I’m a sweet girl and the biggest of 4 surviving siblings. There were 11 of us Little Bears originally! I’m playful and loving.  I like to cuddle, I’m a good eater, and I sleep in my crate all night with my siblings.  I know to go outside first thing in the morning to do my business! I like my foster mom to hold me like a baby and rub my tummy. 💙
My parents were medium-sized. Mom was a brown and white terrier, and dad was a speckled catahoula. Whatever I am, I’m cute and friendly. 
I survived parvo, which means for this virus I’m highly unlikely to ever catch it again.  I’ve also had two sets of shots (will have three total) to help protect me against it. I will still shed parvovirus in my poop for a few weeks and could be contagious to other dogs during my shed time.  I shouldn’t live with any puppies, pets on chemotherapy or who otherwise might be immunosuppressed.  I should not go to parks, Petsmart, or other people’s homes until after I have finished shedding parvo. After a few more weeks, I will be done with all of this. By the time I finish my shots and get spayed, I should be safe to be around other dogs.  I feel great and I’m very healthy now.  Keep in mind if you have not ever had parvo at your home, your yard area will be infected with virus for a very long time. The people at the rescue will go over all of this with you and will make sure you under the risks and benefits of adopting a dog that has had parvo.
Cindy Bear is eligible for the Foster to Adopt Program through the rescue.  To qualify for this you must live in Lubbock County.  If your application is approved,  you pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to take her home.  She must brought back to the rescue for all scheduled vaccinations (you will be given a schedule) and also taken to her spay which will be scheduled by the rescue.  Once fully vetted we finalize her adoption and at that time you pay the remaining $50 of the adoption fee.  During his time before her shed time is complete, please keep in mind she should not go outside in public areas to potty because if she poops she has infected the area.  She can not be taken to parks, on walks or even to Petsmart unless you carry her the entire time.  Please email adoptions.spspca@gmail.com if you would like to meet Cindy Bear as she is private meetings only.

Rachel Lynde (1)
Rachel Lynde (1)

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Rachel Lynde

Hello!
I can’t wait to meet you! I’m Rachel Lynde! You know, Anne of Green Gables’ neighbor. I’m sweet and energetic and wiggly. I’m 10 weeks old. You can probably tell from my picture I tend to be a little bit dramatic. 
My mom is a medium-sized dog, maybe a corgi and border collie mix. I can’t remember my daddy, but I was born into a dog hoarding situation. My mom (Anne with an E) took good care of me, though, and then the South Plains SPCA rescued us. I’m healthy and playful and ready to learn all about you and your home!
Rachel Lynde is eligible for the Foster to Adopt Program through the rescue. To qualify for this you must live in Lubbock County. If your application is approved, you pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to take her home. She must brought back to the rescue for all scheduled vaccinations (you will be given a schedule) and also taken to her spay which will be scheduled by the rescue. Once fully vetted we finalize her adoption and at that time you pay the remaining $50 of the adoption fee. During her time before adoption please keep in mind she can not go outside so potty pads must be used to keep her safe from exposure to parvo. She can not be taken to parks, on walks or even to Petsmart unless you carry her the entire time. Her foster family has worked hard to keep her safe and well and the rescue will trust her family to continue keeping her safe.
Please email adoptions.spspca@gmail.com if you would like to meet Rachel Lynde or come meet her at the SPSPCA adoption event this Saturday starting at 11:00.

Marilla (1)
Marilla (1)

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Marilla (2)
Marilla (2)

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Marilla

Hello!
I can’t wait to meet you!  I’m Marilla, but Mom calls me Rilla, except when she calls me A Chunk. She laughs, but she won’t tell me what that means. I’m sweet and energetic and wiggly. I’m 9 weeks old border collie/corgi mix. 
My mom is a medium-sized dog, maybe a corgi and border collie mix. I can’t remember my daddy, but I was born into a dog hoarding situation. My mom (Anne with an E) took good care of me, though, and then the South Plains SPCA rescued us. I’m healthy and playful and ready to find my people!  And don’t forget I’m A Chunk.  Unless that’s a bad thing, and then you should forget me! 
Marilla is eligible for the Foster to Adopt Program through the rescue. To qualify for this you must live in Lubbock County. If your application is approved, you pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to take her home. She must brought back to the rescue for all scheduled vaccinations (you will be given a schedule) and also taken to her spay which will be scheduled by the rescue. Once fully vetted we finalize her adoption and at that time you pay the remaining $50 of the adoption fee. During her time before adoption please keep in mind she can not go outside so potty pads must be used to keep her safe from exposure to parvo. She can not be taken to parks, on walks or even to Petsmart unless you carry her the entire time. Her foster family has worked hard to keep her safe and well and the rescue will trust her family to continue keeping her safe.
Please email adoptions.spspca@gmail.com if you would like to meet Marilla or come meet her at the SPSPCA adoption event this Saturday starting at 11:00.

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Smokey Bear

Hi there! I’m Smokey Bear! I’m 11 weeks old and ready to find my home. 
I’ve been through a lot in my life in a few short weeks, but you’d never know it now. I’m a sweet girl and the tallest and slimmest of 4 surviving siblings. There were 11 of us Little Bears originally!  I’m playful and loving.  I like to cuddle, I’m a good eater, and I sleep in my crate all night with my siblings. My sleep crate is near the door, and I know to run outside first thing in the morning to do my business!
My mom was a brown and white terrier and my dad was a short black/white catahoula, maybe part corgi. I’m black with a few adorable speckles on my arms. My mom says I have a snowman nose that’s black as coal.  I’m very friendly and affectionate, and I love tummy rubs.  Sorry I have dirt on my nose—I’m a puppy! Ha ha. That’s a puppy joke!
I survived parvo, which means for this virus I’m highly unlikely to ever catch it again.  I’ve also had two sets of shots (will have three total) to help protect me against it. I will still shed parvovirus in my poop for a few weeks and could be contagious to other dogs during my shed time.  I shouldn’t live with any puppies, pets on chemotherapy or who otherwise might be immunosuppressed.  I should not go to parks, Petsmart, or other people’s homes until after I have finished shedding parvo. After a few more weeks, I will be done with all of this. By the time I finish my shots and get spayed, I should be safe to be around other dogs.  I feel great and I’m very healthy now.  Keep in mind if you have not ever had parvo at your home, your yard area will be infected with virus for a very long time. The people at the rescue will go over all of this with you and will make sure you under the risks and benefits of adopting a dog that has had parvo.
Smokey Bear is eligible for the Foster to Adopt Program through the rescue.  To qualify for this you must live in Lubbock County.  If your application is approved,  you pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to take him home.  He must brought back to the rescue for all scheduled vaccinations (you will be given a schedule) and also taken to his neuter which will be scheduled by the rescue.  Once fully vetted we finalize her adoption and at that time you pay the remaining $50 of the adoption fee.  During his time before his shed time is complete, please keep in mind he should not go outside in public areas to potty because if he poops he has infected the area.  He can not be taken to parks, on walks or even to Petsmart unless you carry him the entire time.  Please email adoptions.spspca@gmail.com if you would like to meet Smokey Bear as he is private meetings only.

Romy
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Romy 

Hey there my name is Romy (Row-Me) I'm 10 weeks old and ready to start the new year with my forever home! Im a layed back girl and love to cuddle! I would rather be cuddled up in the blankets with my human then running around! I love kids and I love to fall asleep with them at night! I'm pretty much pad trained and kennel trained I still have accidents since I'm still pretty young! With positive training I will have it down fast! I get along with other dogs as well! Please help me find my special humans!

Romy is eligible for the Foster to Adopt Program through the rescue. To qualify for this you must live in Lubbock County. If your application is approved, you pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to take her home. She must brought back to the rescue for all scheduled vaccinations (you will be given a schedule) and also taken to her spay which will be scheduled by the rescue. Once fully vetted we finalize her adoption and at that time you pay the remaining $50 of the adoption fee. During her time before adoption please keep in mind she can not go outside so potty pads must be used to keep her safe from exposure to parvo. She can not be taken to parks, on walks or even to Petsmart unless you carry her the entire time. Her foster family has worked hard to keep her safe and well and the rescue will trust her family to continue keeping her safe.

Please email adoptions.spspca@gmail.com if you would like to meet Romy or come meet her at the SPSPCA adoption event this Saturday starting at 11:00.

Michelle
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Michelle 

Hi! My name is Michelle and I am looking for my forever home! I'm 10 weeks old and very smart! I'm  puppy pad trained but not quite kennel trained. I love to play with kids and other dogs! I love treats too! I will eat anything you give me! I'm not picky at all! This new year I'm praying for the perfect home so please help me find my humans!
Michelle is eligible for the Foster to Adopt Program through the rescue. To qualify for this you must live in Lubbock County. If your application is approved, you pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to take her home. She must brought back to the rescue for all scheduled vaccinations (you will be given a schedule) and also taken to her spay which will be scheduled by the rescue. Once fully vetted we finalize her adoption and at that time you pay the remaining $50 of the adoption fee. During her time before adoption please keep in mind she can not go outside so potty pads must be used to keep her safe from exposure to parvo. She can not be taken to parks, on walks or even to Petsmart unless you carry her the entire time. Her foster family has worked hard to keep her safe and well and the rescue will trust her family to continue keeping her safe.
Please email adoptions.spspca@gmail.com if you would like to meet Michelle or come meet her at the SPSPCA adoption event this Saturday starting at 11:00.

Ted the Bear
Ted the Bear

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Ted the Bear

Hi there! I’m Ted the Bear! I’m 3 months old and ready to find my home. My mom says I’m a sweet and affectionate boy. I’m an active kid and I’d love to have another dog to play with. 
My mom was a brown and white terrier and my dad was a short black & white catahoula or lab mix. 
I’m very friendly and affectionate, and I love to  play! I like to cuddle, I’m a good eater, and I sleep in my crate all night with my siblings. My sleep crate is near the door, and I know to run outside first thing in the morning to do my business!
I survived parvo, which means for this virus I’m highly unlikely to ever catch it again.  I’ve also had two sets of shots (will have three total) to help protect me against it. I will still shed parvovirus in my poop for a few weeks and could be contagious to other dogs during my shed time.  I shouldn’t live with any puppies, pets on chemotherapy or who otherwise might be immunosuppressed.  I should not go to parks, Petsmart, or other people’s homes until after I have finished shedding parvo. After a few more weeks, I will be done with all of this. By the time I finish my shots and get spayed, I should be safe to be around other dogs.  I feel great and I’m very healthy now.  Keep in mind if you have not ever had parvo at your home, your yard area will be infected with virus for a very long time. The people at the rescue will go over all of this with you and will make sure you under the risks and benefits of adopting a dog that has had parvo.
Ted the Bear is eligible for the Foster to Adopt Program through the rescue.  To qualify for this you must live in Lubbock County.  If your application is approved,  you pay a $100 non-refundable deposit to take him home.  He must brought back to the rescue for all scheduled vaccinations (you will be given a schedule) and also taken to his neuter which will be scheduled by the rescue.  Once fully vetted we finalize his adoption and at that time you pay the remaining $50 of the adoption fee.  During his time before his shed time is complete, please keep in mind he should not go outside in public areas to potty because if he poops he has infected the area.  He can not be taken to parks, on walks or even to Petsmart unless you carry him the entire time.  Please email adoptions.spspca@gmail.com if you would like to meet Smokey Bear as he is private meetings only