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Code: BFT2022

Zena Yrly 195   

In shelter Dog

Sidney, OH, 45365
Pet name:
Zena Yrly 195
English Bulldog
Hi, my name is Zena. I want you to know some things about me so you can get an idea of who I am. I am a lover not a fighter. I look forward to walks and cuddles. I love people and kids. Kids are the best because they give me more treats and pets and hugs! Ive been told that I walk great on a leash. And listen very well. The humans here get so excited when I walk beside them or sit with them. Isnt that what all dogs do? Wait, I cant forget to mention how much I love sticks! To me, sticks are better than treats! The way to my heart is with love and Sticks! I love to run and play and just be myself. Did I mention Sticks? Cant forget those! I am waiting patiently here for my forever home so if youd like to meet me just ask the humans here and theyll help you see me right away!
Please call the shelter @ 937-498-7201 to make an appointment. Or you can email the shelter,
Applications WILL NOT be accepted until the pet is available for adoption. Applications are considered in the order they are received.
Shelby County Animal Shelter
Sidney, OH


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