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Flo from Progressive - Dog of the Week!   

In shelter Dog

San Jacinto, Riverside County, Califo...
Pet name:
Flo from Progressive - Dog of the Week!
Labrador Retriever, Shepherd, Mixed
Brindle with White
Coat length:
Please contact Denise ( for more information about this pet."Flo from Progressive" - Shepherd/Lab female Mix This beautiful girl is Flo 190762 who came in as a stray on 6/10. The shelter has estimated her age as 6-7 years old weighing 53 pounds. Flo is just the sweetest girl with the best personality. She is well mannered, easy going and just minds her own business. I absolutely love her smile and look how cute her ears are. Flo would be a perfect companion for any home. Please share. We would love to see her find her forever home. ❤️.Flo is up to date on shots, de-wormed and she will be spayed prior to her adoption.THE SHELTER IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY FROM 9:00-3:00 FOR ADOPTIONS190762 / R244223 
If you have any questions about this pet please email us at and we will email you back A.S.A.P. To view more wonderful dogs and kitties waiting for you at the Ramona Humane Society, go to and enter the zip code 92582 (San Jacinto, CA.) Please note that we only have a very small fraction of our dogs featured on petfinder. Our best advised will be for you to visit our shelter, we have over 400 dogs on any given day waiting to be adopted. Also visit the RHS website at /Thank you for thinking about saving a precious life!


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