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In shelter Dog

Wantagh, NY, 11793
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Sweet Belle arrived to the shelter in early June 2022. She was found wandering around late at night - a passerby saw her, scooped her up into their car and dropped her off at the shelter. We cant imagine no one was looking for such a special girl - but we are on a mission to find her a REAL forever family. Belle is around 6 years old, spayed and pint size at 46 pounds. Belle loves getting out for walks with volunteers and staff, who have great things to say about her: She is sweet, affectionate, learning quickly how to walk nicely on leash, and absolutely loves playing with water! She loves meeting new people and is friendly and social right off the bat. She is a bit under socialized with dogs, so slow and correct meetings with dogs is necessary. If you are interested in learning more, and getting the most up to date information on Belle, please contact our placement team: 
T: 516.785.5220

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