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Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
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Kelly is a 4 year old mixed breed girl. She was originally found as a stray in the parish and was never reclaimed by her owner. She is sweet and friendly to all our staff. She can sometimes be a shy when meeting new people. She loves to go for walks and explore the property outside our shelter.  When she comes back she likes to sleep in her bed or chew on a bone in her kennel. She gets along well with the other dogs she has been introduced to, however, we always recommend bringing your own dogs to the meet and greet so we can make sure they get along. All our animals are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. This dog has tested positive for heartworms (not contagious to other dogs or people) - the treatment for this is covered at no cost through our shelter's veterinarian. All our dogs have had their adoption fee's waived this month to loving homes (0$) due to our high volume of intakes. If you are interested in one of our adoptable dogs, please give our shelter a call at 985-809-0183 to ask more questions or schedule an appointment to come in. We have appointments available all day. We are located at 31078 Highway 36 Lacombe, LA 70445.


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  4. Veterinary Information Network
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