Breeds:
Foxhound
Colors:
Tricolor (Tan, Brown & Black & White)
Lost or found date:
06/28/2021
Pet name:
Duke
Gender:
Male
Description:
Duke is a neutered male.  He is a American Foxhound with brown, white, and black markings. Duke's approx. weight is 75 lbs.  He is house trained.  We recommend a harness for him when going on walks because he pulls slightly.  Duke gets along with small dogs.       YOUR NEW COMPANION WILL COME WITH THE FOLLOWING --  spaying or neutering (which must be done before you can take your new family member home), all up-to-date vaccinations including rabies and rabies vaccination tag. *BREED DISCLOSURE: Due to the fact that most of our adoptable pets are strays, we can’t guarantee their breed. We list the pet’s breed as the one that best matches the physical appearance, and the pet may also be listed as a mix when it’s a purebred. COST OF ADOPTION -- Dogs $70 and Cats $55.  Cash only please! sorry no checks or credit cards.    Microchip available at extra cost.  ADOPTION HOURS -- Tuesday thru Sunday: Noon to 4 pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY • Sorry, we're closed on Mondays and Holidays.   Jackson County Humane Society  23354 Dark Hollow Road • Maquoketa, IA 52060  Phone: 563-652-5360 • email: jchs.ia.office@gmail.com Please visit us on Facebook! Donations are always greatly needed and appreciated.

Location


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