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These are the pets available for adoption at Robyn's Nest. All dogs and cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, wormed, and micro-chipped. Dogs are heart-worm negative and on prevention. Cats are tested for Feline leukemia and FIV.

Adoption fees are as follows:
- Dogs over 8 years $150
- Dogs 6 months to 8 years $200
- Dogs under 6 months (puppies) $250
- Cat, chinchilla, ferret, and pot-bellied pig $60
- Rabbits $60

-Hamsters, Gerbils, Mice, Rats and Guinea Pigs $20 

- Purebred Cats & Dogs Are an additional $50
IF you adopt a SECOND pet as a companion, it is HALF price!

Hi, I’m Bunny! Or Bunny-Baby, as my foster mommy calls me! I’m a SUPER friendly, SUPER energetic, healthy 4 year old, 13 lb Miniature Poodle girl! I was found as a stray and rescued from the shelter by Robyn’s Nest! I have the cutest trait of standing on my hind legs and pawing the air with my front paws when trying to get your attention…I just want you to notice me and LOVE me! I love to play with toys and my foster fur-siblings, but I’m very focused on my people too. I like to play tug with you, and I love to play fetch, though sometimes I don’t always bring the toy back...BUT I really love the chase! I love to run around in the fenced-in backyard (my long, gorgeous Poodle legs make me as fast as lightning!), but I also want to go for leash-walks too! I am crate-trained AND doing very well with my potty-training! My foster mommy says I'm pretty smart since I'm picking up new commands quickly! I'm making great progress with "Sit" and "Stay", and I think I learned "Outside" in just a day! I was also very good girl at standing still when I got a bath, but normally, I am in motion-- running, playing, following around my foster mommy! I love to cuddle with my foster parents when lying on the couch, and I also love to crawl into my foster mommy’s lap when she sits down and calls me over. She says I give the best lick-kisses ever!! I am so excited to meet new people that right now I tend to jump up to say hello- I’m just SO happy!! My foster mommy is working with me on this behavior; she said I need to be a little better behaved when I greet people. My jumping may scare the really little kids, so I should probably go to a home with ones that are a little older and a little bigger. UPDATE: Bunny has been adopted into a wonderful home in northern Ohio with a couple who has had poodles of all sizes for many, many years.