About Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga is available for foster or adopter. Sweet Lady Gaga is a timid and unsure about the world, 4-month-old puppy. She finds it easier to warm up to humans when another well socialized dog is in the picture. She is very dog friendly and they help her find her confidence. This sweet girl loves … to play with other dogs and even shares her food. Lady Gaga eats and sleeps in her crate, and is rocking her potty skills. Building her trust in humans is her greatest challenge, so an adopter who’d just sit and wait for her to take initiative to approach would be lovely as she doesn’t feel comfortable being abruptly approached and snuggled. She can absolutely appreciate that but she’ll let you know if that’s what she wants and when she’s ready. A lot of work has been done so that an imprint of positive interactions with humans will be a permanent information in her library. She has been working on loose leash walking and engagement exercises, as well as body awareness and confidence building exercises. Adopters will receive life support of training resources and support offered by Lady Gaga’s trainer. To set up a meet and greet or inquire about a dog, please first fill out an application first. It doesn’t obligate you, but it is the first step. We don’t get to all of the inquiries but respond to all applications. Thank you for choosing to rescue! Our dogs are fostered in Texas but available for adoption in the Pacific Northwest… with stops in – Lacey, WA, Tukwila, WA, and Portland, OR. These dogs are transported to a predetermined location agreed upon by the rescue. Our out-of-state adoption fee is $500 for adults and $600 for puppies. This fee includes: age-appropriate vaccinations, up to date heart-worm and flea preventative, heart-worm test if over 6 months, insurance for 30 days, microchip with registration, health certificate, and transport costs. As a Saving Hope direct adoption, the adoption interview/meet and greet occurs on video call. The adoption application and fee would be finalized prior to transport. Out-of-town pets are cared for by non-local organizations who can make arrangements for the pet to be transported to your area.