In shelter Dog

Harrisville, West Virginia, 26362
Labrador Retriever, Mixed
Black with White
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BoBo was brought in on 5/20/2021. He is a 4 year old black and white Lab mix. BoBo didn't have a good start in life. He came from a bad home where they were not nice to him. He is a little fearful of men and strangers sometimes. We are working on helping him gain some trust, but we can't blame him for his horrible past. BoBo's favorite thing in the world is to play fetch. He gets so excited and is always eager to run after a toy and bring it back. He is a very loving dog once he warms up to you and he knows that he can trust you. BoBo has been neutered and up to date on vaccinations. Adoption fee is $200.00If interested in adopting a pet from our shelter, please click on one of the following links which will take you to our adoption application. The shelter staff is busy and not often able to answer phone calls so please email us at with any questions.  Thank you for your interest! (If you send an email or application our promise is to respond within 24 hours but most of the time it's a much shorter wait.  If you don't hear from us, please check your SPAM folder because I promise we have responded.) Dog Adoption Application  If link doesn't work then copy and paste this into your browser Cat Adoption Application      If link doesn't work then copy and paste this into your browser.    


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