ADOPTED

NỤ

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: Young
  • Neuter: No
  • Vaccine: No
  • I have a new home!
Nụ, which was a stray dog, was brought to the Rescue Group in a weakened state, with many tumors on her chest and infected blood. After having undergone surgery and treatment at the clinic, she finally recovered.

She got used to being fostered in a new environment quickly. We discovered that Nụ is a very energetic, agile, lovely and emotional girl. Every time the foster called her back, she gently approached and pressed her face to the one affectionately for a long time. That's it, Nụ loves to cuddle with her beloved owner, especially to be hugged.

Such a lovely, warm dog will bring the parents' life happiness. Please inbox us if you want to take the CODE23C002 Nụ home.
Adoption contact

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Process & commit

First and foremost, we only take adoption applications for yourself only for future management. Please provide answers and information for the following inquiries:

  • 1.Are you employed or still in school?
  • 2.Have you come to an agreement with your family/landlord/housemate about having a dog?
  • 3.Do you have trusted backup pet sitters for occasions when you have to leave town for days?
  • 4.Do you own any dogs at the moment?
  • 5.Is your neighborhood safe enough for your dogs to roam around?
  • 6.It will be ideal if the living areas are enclosed with locked gates, fences, etc., to prevent the dogs from running around without being monitored. Would you mind sending some photos and videos of your place?
  • 7.Are you planning to keep the dog in the chain or let him freely roam around your place?
  • 1.Are you adopting the cat(s) for yourself or someone else?
  • 2.What is your age?
  • 3.Have you come to an agreement with your family/landlord/housemate about having a cat?
  • 4.Where is our hometown? If it is not in Danang, do you have any trusted backup pet sitters for occasions when you have to leave town for days?
  • 5.Have you ever raised any cats? If yes, what are their statuses?
  • 6.Is your living place enclosed with no spaces or holes? Cats, in general, have a habit of running away from home to roam around, so that it would be ideal for keeping them entirely indoor and preventing them from getting lost or captured.
  • 7.Our priority is to have our rescued dogs/cats treated right being with new owners. There are three non-negotiable requirements to meet: ENCLOSED LIVING AREAS, STERILIZATION, and VACCINATIONS. If you are unwilling to follow or violate the policies, we will take the dogs/cats back and have your case publicized on our official Fan Page.

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