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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 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.”

We took Shelly in on 11/14/15. She was on death row at a Kentucky shelter after being surrendered by her owner. She is a female and we are guessing her to be a basenji/lab mix. She has tan short hair and big brown eyes. She weighs 27 lbs but could stand to gain a few. She may not be big but she has a deep big dog bark. She was born around 5/16/14. She is working on housetraining and learning quickly. She comes when called, even when barking at squirrels! She likes other dogs, playing with toys, sleeping on her dog bed, doing laps around the yard, and getting a good head scratch She is a wonderful mix of sweet and spunky with a medium activity level. Shelley is doing much better. She started out as extremely scared of everything. She's not as afraid of doorways. She doesn't jump when I try to pet her. She's not constantly shaking anymore. She's playing with toys and venturing out of her safe spot in the corner of my couch. She's learning her name. And aside from a few accidents she's doing well in the potty department. We are learning how to get in our cage on our own and she is happy sleeping on her own bed in my room at night. She's spunky and loves doing laps in the back yard. She's doing well at sharing her chewy for the most part. She's extremely sweet and likes her head scratched. She's going to be a great pet for whoever adopts her.