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In shelter Dog

Upper Sandusky, OH, 43351
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Brown / Chocolate
Willow is a female pit mix who came to the shelter as a stray. She had an injury to her face that has since healed and does well with other dogs. We are unsure how she is with cats or children. If interested in meeting her please call 419-294-4477 between the hours of 9am to 5pm Monday through Thursday to schedule an appointment.

***Our adoption process is done in two steps . Your first trip to the shelter will include visiting with the animal and if you choose to do an adoption, all the paperwork will be completed at this time and the adoption will be paid for. The second trip will be to pick the animal up once it is spayed or neutered, micro chipped etc and ready to go home. All of our animals are spayed/neutered BEFORE they leave the shelter.  Because of our strict return policy if an adopter cannot keep an adopted pet, adoptions to homes more than 100 miles away will be considered on a case by case basis.

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