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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,rats and pot-bellied pig $60
- Rabbits $60

-Hamsters, Gerbils, Mice $20 

-Guinea pigs $40 - Purebred Cats & Dogs Are an additional $50
IF you adopt a SECOND pet as a companion, it is half price!

All of our rats, rabbits, and female guinea pigs are spayed/neutered which should increase their lifespan and keep them from getting tumors.

“Due to the pandemic, we are asking anyone who is interested in adoption to fill out an application at www.robynsnestrescue.com/adoption-form prior to meeting an animal. We will check references and then contact you to discuss the application before scheduling an appointment to meet the animal. This will decrease the amount of foot traffic in the rescue and in our foster’s homes. Thank you for understanding!  Please feel free to call the rescue a time for more information at 937-247-9272.”

Lucy's PUPSLucy's pups are ADORABLE !!!! There are 5 males and 2 females! Lucy was rescued from a rescue that was being closed due to poor conditions - she had 10 little pups, but 3 were dead - Robyn's Nest was able to rescue mama Lucy and the surviving pups and all are now florishing! We think they are beagle/pointer mixes. Of course, dad has been elusive, so who knows what else the pups have in them! Lucy is very affectionate and gets along well with other dogs. She likes to follow her foster dad around the house and get attention (and food) whenever she can. She has been a good mom and the puppies are all doing great. They are learning to bark and howl and enjoy getting attention and playing with each other. Mom weighs about 40 lbs. --- The puppies have now all been adopted. 5 of them went to wonderful homes. 2 of them are living in an adult care facility for disabled adults. They are doing a great job making the residents smile.