American Bulldog, Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with White
Lost or found date:
Please make sure to read the narrative below our pet's photos as you will find a description of our pet with all we know about them, our adoption fee info, and you will find the link to do our online Adoption Application which is the first step in our Adoption Process!210860 Zabrina; 3 year old, 50 lb, female heeler/bulldog mix. Zabrina is one of the sweetest girls you could hope to meet! She's calm, but also has bursts of silly playfulness, and has the prettiest brown eyes ever! Come meet this charmer today and see if she's the perfect little addition to your family!
DOG ADOPTION FEE is $100. This Adoption fee includes: mandatory spay/neuter which will be done before you can take your dog or puppy home with you; basic canine immunizations (DHPP-CPV & Bordatella Intranasal); de-wormings; one-year rabies vaccination if old enough; heartworm test if over five months old; microchip from 24-Pet Watch; certificate for free health examination at your participating veterinarian; and a goodie bag chocked full of information, toys, and more. (If a dog is sponsored or has a waived or lower fee, that info will be provided at the point of adoption to the approved adopter).
The first step is to our Adoption Application here: https://elmorehumane.org/adoption-application-online-form2.html .
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To learn more about us, visit our Website at: http://www.elmorehumane.org; Phone: (334) 567-3377 Fax: (334) 567-8774 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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