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Shelter Available Dogs
Hey, I am Eramis and I have been at the shelter for over a year. Can you imagine? I am very intelligent which is a big bonus. I am playful, affectionate, and friendly. I want to be the only dog in your home. Cats, maybe. Teenagers who are respectful. I am up-to-date on vaccinations, neutered, and house trained. Please stop by and see me. Please let me at least meet you.
510 E. Munising Avenue, Munsing, Michigan
Letty and her best friend Stormy are looking for a new home together! Letty is very sweet and loves any attention! They make a great pair and would be a wonderful addition. Both are good with children, vaccinated, spayed, and housetrained. If you would like to meet me, please visit our website and complete the pre-adoption application. Once it has been processed then we can make a date to get together! All dogs are spayed/neutered, heartworm tested (if over 2 years old), vaccinated, dewormed, flea and tick treated, microchipped and more before adoption. Our adoption policies include: Application, Vet Reference, [...]
7410 County Road D PO Box 621 Webster, Wisconsin
Male & Female
Duke is an English Springer Spaniel and Australian Sheperd mix. Duke is the other half of Daisy’s heart, but he will steal all of yours. They are a pair of bookends for the story you will write about them. Since they are a bonded pair, one adoption fee covers both of these beauties. He is crate trained, which will go a long way in the overall curriculum. Duke will be happy to meet you and fill you in on the rest of the story. He is ready to find that happy ending for himself and his lovely precious Daisy.
P.O. Box 2114, Littlerock, CA 93543 Palmdale, California
Shelter Recent Adoptions
These dogs are in their Forever Home