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In shelter Dog

Fort Mill, SC, 29715
Pet name:
*\tThis beauty is Dylan. She too has her story & she deserves a break.... 
*\tShe was adopted as an adorable pup as seen above and was in a home for over a year only to be returned. 
*\tShes now back with us for 7 months too long. 
*\tShe is spayed, vaccinated, tested and micro chipped, estimated to be 2 years and 3 months old! 
*\tWe are looking for her BEST LIFE to begin. 
*\tAs you can tell, Dylan is a big girl, but a good walker, loves her people. 
*\tShed prefer to be the only dog in the house. 
*\tIf you are ISO your BFF, call today to make an appointment and see if Dylan is the girl youve been looking for 803-802-0902!!!If you wish to meet me, please call the Humane Society of York County at (803)-802-0902 to schedule an appointment. Adoption consultations are by appointment only. Dog adoptions are considered for potential adopters within a 30-45 minutes radius due to required home visits.

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Humane Society of York County (803) 802-0902


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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