Pet of the Week – February 13, 2020


(Pet of the Week – February 13)

“Duke” – Pitbull male Mix

What a sweet face, and what a beautiful dog. This handsome fellow came to us as a stray so we estimate his age to be 5 years old and weight at 56.7 pounds. He would REALLY like it if you could take him home with you Avail: 2/3/20

Duke is neutered, micro-chipped, good w/other dogs, up to date on shots, de-wormed and he is available now

167060 / R237212

“Missy” – Brown DSH female Tiger Mix

Missy is a sweet girl who was brought here by her previous owner because they said she didn’t get along with their other cat, so she just needs to be the Queen of her castle and all will be well. She is also very sweet and totally adorable. She is 5 years old & weighs 13.4 pounds.

Missy is spayed, litter-box trained, up to date on shots and she’s available NOW

169739 / R236835

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