We are completely transparent about our dogs. All behavioral issues they have exhibited are stated clearly in their written descriptions.
Our boonies are socialized to the best of our abilities with the limited resources we have access to on-island. However, potential adopters need to be aware that most boonies available below spent the majority of their lives as strays and have yet to be in a home setting. Therefore, we cannot guarantee how exactly they might react to the new people, places, and things they will encounter once relocated.
We recommend always taking the appropriate precautions and steps when introducing your rescued boonie to any new experiences and please be patient with them as they adapt to their new family.
It is extremely important to Boonie Babies that our rescued dogs do not ever have to go through the trauma of birthing more puppies or add to the overpopulation of unwanted dogs on Saipan.
We highly recommend choosing to spay/neuter as it is in the best interest of your dog as well as the entire community.
Without a resident vet on-island spay/neuter opportunities are limited. However, visiting vets are scheduled for these procedures and all you have to do is get your animal on the waiting list. If you need help doing so, please reach out.
If you need help with spay/neuter fees, please let us know, we are willinb to help in any way we can to get dogs of Saipan spay/neutered.
There is no veterinarian on-island so unfortunately we cannot be certain about any medical conditions our dogs may have. The ages listed below each dogs' picture are our best guess but are not a guarantee. Adopters should take their new boonie dog to get vaccinated, dewormed, and on flea/tick preventative as soon as possible as these prevent conditions that are common and life-threatening.
Boonie Babies is not responsible for any health issues that may be discovered in a health assessment.
Millie is a friendly, happy-go-lucky girl. She was found wandering around Garapan in the Hyatt area, making friends with every stranger she came across. Millie is playful and sweet but can be wary of men.
Peggy is a timid girl who needs a family willing to be patient as she warms up.