Tina Spay   

In shelter Dog

Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, Un...
Shiba Inu, Mixed
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Tina Spay
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Please visit THHS.org in order to set up a meet and greet appointment by submitting the application on the pet’s profile listing.   This 24 pound girl is quick, smart, and on-the-move.  We call her Tina Spay.  We estimate her to be 1.5 yrs. old and a Shiba Inu mix.  Shiba Inus are known to be very bright and have an independent mind of their own.  They can learn tricks and are a great watchdog, alerting their owners with a sharp bark if anything seems amiss.  We don't know what % Shiba Inu Ms. Tina Spay is but we do know she fits the description for this breed.  If interesting in meeting this active gal, please go to thhs.org and click on her picture.  From there you can fill out an application for adoption and our staff will review apps and arrange meet and greets for approved applicants.ADOPTION INCLUDES: Spay or Neuter, Vaccinations (excluding rabies), Microchip, Free Vet visit at Participating Offices, 30 Days of Health Insurance provided by PetHealth (some restrictions apply).ADOPTION FEES may vary, but our standard fees are: Cats and Kittens are $85, Dogs are $125, and Puppies under 7 months are $175. We offer Discounts on Senior Animals and Special Needs Animals. We also offer special incentives for Seniors and Military.To see the most accurate list of available animals from Terre Haute Humane Society, go to THHS.org


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