UPDATE: Indy is again available for adoption. She’s now about 2 years old. It seems that Indy was not a fan of an older child but was absolutely crazy about the baby girl in the home. We all have our preferences and Indy made hers clear. No bites involved, just snapping and we have no idea what may have created the issue. Indy prefers to be an old child especially as far as cats are concerned.
Indy is a 10 month old beauty who is supposed to be a Boxer/Bully mix. We honestly don’t know what her breed is but those eyes will steal your your heart. We’ve cat tested her and she was curious but then ignored the test kitty. She does well with other dogs for the most part but she can be somewhat selective about her canine companions, especially yappy little ones. She weighs about 30 pounds and her adoption fee is $175.
All of our animals are provided with age appropriate vaccinations, spayed/neutered and microchipped prior to adoption.
PAWS has added the H3N2/H3N8 combo flu vaccine to its shot protocol. Every dog is being vaccinated upon intake, however we urge adopters to get a second flu shot for their new family member to ensure as much protection against the flu as possible.
To meet our incredible dogs and offer them the love they deserve, stop by PAWS on Friday and Saturday from 10 - 4 PM, call us at 217-243-7297. We do applications in person or over the phone. You can also see pictures on our Facebook page, PAWS Jackson. With an approved application, a deposit will hold your new best friend for up to 1 week to allow you time to come to PAWS. This deposit is not refundable nor transferable.
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