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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!

Daisy is approximately a year and a half old boxer/beagle mix. She is one of the most adorable dogs you'll ever meet and has the cutest personality to match! She is housebroken, but not yet crate trained which she is working on. She walks very nicely on a leash but does like to stop and sniff the roses and anything else along the way! She also stays close to her foster family when off leash and will come when called most of the time. She is working on her manners. She will sit for treats and to have her leash put on, but then she's ready to go once it's clipped on! She loves her toys. If you throw toys or balls, she goes after them and most of the time brings them back to be thrown again. Other times she chews on them to hear the squeak! She LOVES to be near her people and is so excited to see them when they come home from work or school and will follow them everywhere just to see what they're doing! But she'll settle down next to you on the couch if you're watching tv. When it's time for bed, she snuggles right up next to you. She's good with cats and will try to play with them and right now she just gets batted at by the two older cats at her current foster house. That doesn't stop her from trying once or twice more! She also rides well in the car. She's a little cautious about meeting new people and it takes her a day or so to get used to new dogs. She isn't around any kids at this time, but because of her young dog energy, she would definitely make a great pet for families with tweens who would lavish her with lots of playtime and attention or a more active person or couple who could take her on plenty of walks or even jogging! She does have some separation anxiety, but not excessive. She can also jump a gate in the house with ease. She's going to make a great additional family member for someone who is willing to take time with her.