In shelter Dog

Westhampton, Hampshire County, Massac...
Labrador Retriever, Mixed
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Phyllisestimated to be 8-10 years old, good with dogs, cats ok, good with children.Phyllis is an old girl with a little arthritis in her back legs, can do a few stairs but not more than 4 or 5. Looking for someone to hang with and get some rubs and treats. Need to go out during the day so being with a person that is home a lot would be beneficial. Loves to sleep in her bed and also likes to watch you making dinner. Loves to go outside and hang out. If your interested in Phyllis please fill out an applicationPlease note we do not have a central kennel facility, all of our pets are located in foster homes. The first step in meeting one of our furry friends is to fill out an application on our website at <a href=""""></a>. A volunteer will be in contact with you in 1-2 business days to review your application and speak with you about the adoption process. Our adoption fees at this time are $250 for Adult dogs, $300 for puppies (6 months and under), $100 for senior dogs, $100 for cats, and a $50 fee for small animals. **Please be aware that we are not responsible for inaccurate information on some cross-posted sites such as inaccurate adoption fees and inaccurate pet info.**


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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