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Paper   

In shelter Dog

Fort Madison, IA, 52627
Pet name:
Paper
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Beagle
Date:
09/18/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
If you have ANY QUESTIONS or are truly interested in adopting any animal from PAW Animal Shelter Please, fillout an adoption application FIRST! WE are a high intake No Kill Shelter ran by a staff of 4 and do not always have time to answer every question asked by so many. If you are a good fit for the animal you are interested in -we will call to speak with you, If we feel you are not a good fit , we will contact you about other pets that may be a good fit for your home. Many people are losing the opportunity to adopt the animal they want because they fail to put in an application and the pet was adopted before we could answer your email. .If you have applied for an animal in our facility and have not received a response within 7 days, PLEASE call or contact us again. Though we do our best in trying to answer all emails in a timely manner, sometimes things get away from us, get lost or misplaced. It is never our intention to ignore a request about an adoptable animal in our facility.

Sandy Brown, Director, PAW Animal Shelter

319-372-2274
Protectors of Animal Welfare (P.A.W.) 319-372-2274 emmittsway@yahoo.com

Location


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