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In shelter Dog

Saint Louis, MO, 63122
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Coat length:
Bella is a Black Lab mix with the most beautiful coat. She’s a very sweet girl who is a bit shy but warms up quickly and loves affection from her humans. We’ve found she likes to snuggle on the couch. Older kids who are dog savvy and compassionate with dogs would be okay and maybe a calm canine companion.  Bella is about to begin heartworm treatment, and will need an adopter who can bring her to our vet in Pacific for heartworm treatments. She requires a securely fenced yard connected to an exit door of the home, fence must be at least 4 feet high, no invisible fences.

Bella is 4 years old.  Her current weight is around 55 pounds.

The minimum donation for Bella is $500.00. This includes all of her vetting. If you are interested in Bella, please fill out an online application through our website.

Then meet her at the shelter during adoption hours on Saturdays and Sundays 10 - 2pm. All members of the household need to meet the dog you are interested in. Vet records for any current or previous pets need to be provided. If all goes well, home visits are done prior to adoption, and you must be within reasonable distance for that to be accomplished.


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