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In shelter Dog

Ashtabula, OH, 44004
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Shelley just cant seem to stop smiling and soon, she will have you smiling too! Shes an adorable softy and describing this sweet girl would require an extensive list, but well share a few of her sparkling characteristics. She is happy, loyal, playful and has a heart as big as that smile mentioned above! Shelley would love a family that can give her the best of both worlds with plenty of outdoor playtime followed up by snuggling on the couch with a movie. Her history with children and cats is unknown but is something that can be explored to ensure she fits into her new family. Shelly does, however, seem enjoy the company of other dogs.

 Shes best friends with another ACAPL adoptable named Tony! If your home is big enough for two dogs and all their love, Shelley and Tony are available for adoption as a bonded pair (second adoption fee is half).

 Wed love to find out more about you to see if benevolent Shelley is the perfect addition to your family. Please fill out our adoption application form and well be in touch.

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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