Pet of the Week

September 19, 2016


Our picks are:
    
 

Jeeves & Jedi 

Jeeves and Jedi are eight-week-old American Pit Bull Terrier mixes. They are super cute and playful and need forever homes. They love toys and like playing tug of war with each other. Jeeves is very mellow and has the best eyes, Jedi is the runt of the litter and he is very sassy. Both puppies are very sweet. They do not have to be adopted together. Their adoption fee is $140 each.



Hank

Hank is a 2-year-old Blue Heeler mix, he is a wonderful dog and he listens very well. He will do great with a little instruction and will be a perfect fit in your family. He is fun, energetic and would a perfect dog to go for runs with or to play fetch with. Hank’s adoption fee is $140. Come visit him today!


Maggie


Maggie is a five-year-old Chihuahua mix. She is very shy but very loving once she trusts you. She loves kids 5 years and older. She is a super cuddler/lap dog. She had allergies and was treated. She has since started getting all her lost hair back. Please come by and visit with her! Maggie's adoption fee is $140. 
Find out How You Can Adopt
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Legal Contract
All adoptive pet owners must sign a legal contract agreeing to have the adopted pet spayed or neutered, as required by state law. This surgery can be done by the veterinarian of your choice, and the expense is the owner's responsibility. Written verification of this surgical procedure must be returned to the animal shelter. All adoptive pet owners must sign a legal contract agreeing to have the adopted pet spayed or neutered, as required by state law. This surgery can be done by the veterinarian of your choice, and the expense is the owner's responsibility. Written verification of this surgical procedure must be returned to the animal shelter.