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Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Aaron was a stray who showed up at a lady's house one day. The lady called us about him and we put him on our waiting list. Aaron stayed in her back yard for a few weeks until we had room for him. As you can see by the smile on his face, he is a very happy boy!! He is very sweet and loves everyone, including children and other dogs. Aaron is very active and high energy, so he will need a lot of exercise and play time from his new family, and he will give a lot of love in return!Aaron's date of birth is 3/31/2019 and he weighs about 50 pounds.You can submit an adoption application for this handsome boy at, where you can also review FCAR’s adoption requirements.All FCAR adoptable dogs have been spayed or neutered, are current on all vaccines, on flea/tick and heartworm prevention, microchipped, and come with a 30-day pet health guarantee. The adoption fee is $95 with an approved application. A fenced yard is required for Aaron.For more information about this animal and other please visit our website at or contact us at 901/854-2565. If interested in submitting an adoption application please go to!animals-for-adoption/c1y5q.

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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